Uganda Rural Health Workers Use Motor Cycle Ambulances

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Rural health workers in Uganda have found a solution to navigate through harsh terrain to reach isolated villages where at risk pregnant mothers die during delivery. They are using a simple innovation - motor cycle ambulances, which is basically a motor cycle with a stretcher bed and shelter attached to the back. For just $2,000 per ambulance mothers are now delivering in health centres with the help of skilled health workers.


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