Empowering young African women
to be self-employed Boda Boda
riders and employed courier riders

Registered in
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In the future we aim to expand in
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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.

why ladybikes was established

Young women moving from absolute poverty to a sustainable living

Our Mission

“To provide capital funding, training and
operational resources to young disadvantaged African women”

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Our Program

step 1

4 weeks of selection of
candidates and introduction
to motor bike features and safety

step 2

4 weeks training to gain rider’s licence

step 3

8 weeks practical training working as Boda Boda and courier riders

step 4

Ladybikes International leases motor bikes to successful women

Bruce Foley

Founder of Ladybikes International

“To empower young disadvantaged African women to be self-employed Boda Boda riders and employed courier riders”

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Become a Partner

step 1

Complete an application form

step 2

Accept the offer by signing an Agreement

step 3

Establish the program

step 4

Submit monthly reports

Latest News

  • Our first program started in March 2018 with 4 young women
  • We have received $6000 in donations for the first program
  • We have issued our first newsletter
  • We are officially a registered company in Kenya
  • Bruce travelling to Kenya / Uganda / Rwanda in May & June

Volunteers Contact Information

Nancy Odhiambo

P: +254 791571289
E: nacieodhiambo@gmail.com

Dr. Roberts Makanda

P: +256704595613

Enquiry Form

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