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FT highlights Coleman's Riders for Health work

Having recently won the UK's Women of the Year Barclays award, Riders for Health co-founder Andrea Coleman has been interviewed by the Financial Times on the work of the charity in Africa.

The FT.com describe Coleman, who set up Riders for Health in 1990 with her husband, Barry Coleman and Grand Prix racer, Randy Mamola, as ‘the woman helping to improve lives in Africa thanks to health workers and the art of motorcycle maintenance’.

The paper also states that, ‘The systems that Riders for Health has created, in partnership with other NGOs in seven countries across Africa, help bring predictability into the healthcare system.’

Riders for Health is the official charity of the MotoGP™ World Championship.

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MotoGP, 2014

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