Kilometers Without Borders second edition

Doctors Without Borders needs you! Take part in the second edition of Kilometers Without Borders, and support DWB in buying oxygen cylinder refills for people suffering from COVID-19. Breathe oxygen for your body and also our patients.

Until July 15, 2021, all participants of Kilometers Without Borders will travel a total of 50,000 kilometers while raising funds for DWB from friends, family and colleagues.

Your donations will allow us to respond to the needs of our field teams and participate in the supply of oxygen cylinders in Manaus, Brazil mainly. Their health system is fragile, so we want to continue our support by giving them more oxygen.

I register for Kilometers Without Borders

In the wake of the current pandemic, Doctors Without Borders teams are facing an unprecedented crisis situation that affects the entire world population. Today, DWB continues to provide medical assistance to populations whose lives or health are threatened by armed conflict, epidemics, pandemics or natural disasters.

However, for this event, we want to focus on the need for oxygen that we all require, without exception. Our teams are helping people suffering from COVID-19, providing emergency care and also supplying oxygen cylinders to the places that need it most in Manaus, Brazil. Together with our teams we can save more lives.

How can you participate ?

  1. ☝️ Register on the Kilometers Without Borders platform by clicking on "I participate" and set kilometers and fundraising goal.
    By traveling 5 kilometers three times a week, you travel 60 kilometers in a month!
    Set your kilometers goal based on your fundraising goal. Example: 60euros in donations for 60km covered in a month.
  2. ✌️ Connect to Strava. Launch the application when you go out to play sports: walking, running, cycling, rollerblading... The choice is yours!
  3. 🤟Get sponsored by your family, friends and colleagues to reach your goal.

Just like our teams in the field, let's go beyond and act together to save lives! Oxygen saves lives!