Impact of Transport on Access to Health Services for PLWHA in Namibia
Transport has a crucial role to play in increasing Namibian communities’ access to health services,
particularly for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Research conducted by the BEN Namibia
demonstrates the strong need for intersectoral initiatives to provide appropriate and affordable transport solutions to patients and health workers in the country. Read more
A brief overview of what BEN Namibia does (pdf)
Bicycles for Poverty Reduction (pdf)
Namibia's Transport Challenge
A case for better cycling infrastructure in the City of Windhoek.
by Michael Linke, 2007
We Are Not Alone Anymore
Lessons learned from People Living with HIV/AIDS who use bicycles as a main mode of tranasportation.
by Clarisse Cunha Linke, 2007
Bicycles as a lever for rural women’s empowerment (pdf)
Lessons learned from bicycle projects in sub-Saharan Africa and an
alternative approach in southern Mozambique.
by Clarisse Cunha Linke, 2006
Bicycles in sub-Saharan Africa
Transport, the Missing Link
A catalyst for achieving the Millenium Development Goals
Rural Transport Solutions (pdf)