eMules' original design remit was to create a mode of transportation to access and deliver healthcare projects to rural communities in Africa.
eMule Founder and CEO Alan Wilkinson
Over 60% of the Worlds' poorest communities live in areas inaccessible to vehicles. In addition, throughout Africa, 90% of the population experience sporadic or nonexistent power supplies. This historically has interfered and restricted the portfolio of services visiting medical teams have been able to provide.
Throughout Africa conventional bicycles are used as ambulances to transport patients from villages to medical centres. Unfortunately the speed of such transportation occasionally ends in fatalities. The enhanced speed, range and observational patient monitoring facilities significantly improve survival chances.
Existing conventional bicycle ambulance services in Africa.