In Moto With Africa: € 50,000 has been raised for Doctors with Africa CUAMM

The In Moto Con l'Africa project has reached the milestone of 50,000 euros raised in the course of two years of activity, in which there was also the birth of the Moto Club In Moto Con l'Africa .   The initiative Further information on the project and the Moto Club can be found on the portal linked to In Moto Con l'Africa. In the press release we thank the supporters and members, recalling that six euros are needed to ensure a trip to the hospital in various areas of Africa where the percentage of vaccinated in times of pandemic is still rather low. In less than two years of operation, the In Moto con l'Africa project has reached the collection of 50,000 euros, as mentioned, made available to Doctors with Africa CUAMM. A donation that allowed the purchase of 9 motorcycles, also allowed 800 fuel tanks to be filled and 3,000 vouchers to be paid to local motor-taxi drivers for the same number of trips to or from hospitals. Through supporters, motorcyclists and non-motorcyclists, care has become more accessible for several people in Sierra Leone, Uganda and South Sudan, points where motorcycle transport can make a difference between life and death, particularly in this period of " pandemic ”, where about 5% of the African population is vaccinated. The motorbikes can be functional in the transport of vaccines to contain COVID-19, as well as allowing the movement of health workers to villages that are not easily accessible by other means.    We also remember the great year in which the FMI affiliated Moto Club In Moto Con l'Africa was born. The intent of the Moto Club is to support the fundraising project with specific initiatives and with the involvement of motorcyclists and supporters. In 2021, while considering the limitations due to the pandemic, the Moto Club concluded all the tests in the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance European Cup, set up the 30 ORE ON-OFF event, a tourist enduro marathon in the Apennines and held a traveling rally on the Euganean Hills, in Arquà Petrarca, as mentioned.

The In Moto Con l'Africa project has reached the milestone of 50,000 euros raised in the course of two years of activity, in which there was also the birth of the Moto Club In Moto Con l'Africa .

The initiative

Further information on the project and the Moto Club can be found on the portal linked to In Moto Con l'Africa. In the press release we thank the supporters and members, recalling that six euros are needed to ensure a trip to the hospital in various areas of Africa where the percentage of vaccinated in times of pandemic is still rather low.

In less than two years of operation, the In Moto con l'Africa project has reached the collection of 50,000 euros, as mentioned, made available to Doctors with Africa CUAMM. A donation that allowed the purchase of 9 motorcycles, also allowed 800 fuel tanks to be filled and 3,000 vouchers to be paid to local motor-taxi drivers for the same number of trips to or from hospitals. 

Through supporters, motorcyclists and non-motorcyclists, care has become more accessible for several people in Sierra Leone, Uganda and South Sudan, points where motorcycle transport can make a difference between life and death, particularly in this period of " pandemic ”, where about 5% of the African population is vaccinated. The motorbikes can be functional in the transport of vaccines to contain COVID-19, as well as allowing the movement of health workers to villages that are not easily accessible by other means.

We also remember the great year in which the FMI affiliated Moto Club In Moto Con l'Africa was born. The intent of the Moto Club is to support the fundraising project with specific initiatives and with the involvement of motorcyclists and supporters. 

In 2021, while considering the limitations due to the pandemic, the Moto Club concluded all the tests in the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance European Cup, set up the 30 ORE ON-OFF event, a tourist enduro marathon in the Apennines and held a traveling rally on the Euganean Hills, in Arquà Petrarca, as mentioned.

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