The government of Rwanda delivers 237 motorcycles to the country's rural doctors
The government of Rwanda delivers 237 motorcycles to the country's rural doctors
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The truth is that when you read a news item that includes the name of any African country, the first thing you think is that surely they have started another war or that another famine is ravaging that precious continent. But luckily from time to time we read news like this that says that the The government of Rwanda has delivered 237 units of the Yamaha AG100 to the country's rural doctors. In this way, it is hoped to increase the mobility of doctors and thanks to this mobility, expand the coverage of the programs against malaria and tuberculosis that continue to plague the African country.

In addition, the news serves to discover that simple motorcycles, with two-stroke mechanics and without electronics, still have a place in the world. A gap that would be impossible to fill for a motorcycle from any European catalog and unthinkable for an electric motorcycle. In 2005 a doctor with a single motorcycle cared for 29,000 inhabitants. The data is shocking, but luckily, with these new motorcycles the population served will be much larger. To finish highlighting this news, I would like to know the correspondence between the budget dedicated to these motorcycles and the one dedicated to buying weapons, but we have to start somewhere.

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