Sport development is a crucial avenue for economic development and for developing skills, leadership, and teamwork training for youth. How can globalbike help? Hear what Velokhaya had to say when we met with them in South Africa...
What would you do if you did not have access to clean water? When globalbike visited Capetown, we learned how globalbikes can be used to transport water for a community.
In December 2011, globalbike had the opportunity to talk with Boxgirls International leader Cynthia Credo. Hear her discussion of the impact of globalbikes:
In February 2011, globalbike talked with Sarah, a professional boxer in Kenya, who works with Boxgirls International. After talking about Sarah's work with Boxgirls to change the lives of young women in east African communities and discussing how she will use her globalbike, I asked Sarah if she had anything else to say. Here is what followed:
Also in February 2011, globalbike spoke with Al-George, a young leader of a community advocacy group seeking to improve the quality of life in his hometown. His hometown is Kibera, the largest slum in sub-Saharan Africa, with an estimated 1/2 million people living in about one-square mile of make-shift homes, storefronts and dirt roads. Here is what Al-George had to say to globalbike: