Empowering young African women
to be self-employed Boda Boda
riders and employed courier riders
Why Ladybikes was Established
In Kenya and other African countries there are millions of men riding motor bikes, as part of their means of employment as “ Boda Boda” riders – a cheap form of taxi, moving people and goods. In 2017, Bruce Foley could not find one woman riding a motorbike during his fifth trip to Kenya and started thinking about the employment opportunity for young single disadvantaged women this could allow.
Young women moving from absolute poverty to a sustainable living
Make a Tax Deductable Donation through Rotary
“To provide capital funding, training and
operational resources to young disadvantaged African women”
4 weeks of selection of
candidates and introduction
to motor bike features and safety
4 weeks training to gain rider’s licence
4 weeks practical training working as Boda Boda and courier riders
Ladybikes International leases motor bikes to successful women
Founder of Ladybikes International
“To empower young disadvantaged African women to be self-employed Boda Boda riders and employed courier riders”
Become a Partner
Complete an application form
Accept the offer by signing an Agreement
Establish the program
Submit monthly reports
Our First Boda Boda Rider Working As A Taxi Rider.
Our First Group Of Trainee’s Graduation.
Ladybike’s New Office in Bungoma.
The 3 Women on Boxers are Models
The New Trainees
Cheque from Maitland Sunrise