Today, Riders mobilizes health workers in eight African countries. The organization maintains over 1000 vehicles and employs 300 local staff that perform an array of functions from program and logistics management, to service technicians, to medical sample couriers. Riders manages nationwide programs in The Gambia and Lesotho, and regional programs in Nigeria, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. In Kenya, Tanzania, and Malawi, Riders operates smaller grassroots programs that aim to increase the reach of local care-giving groups. As a social enterprise, Riders forms partnerships in all of its programs with health providing organizations. Its partners range in size from the United Nations and national ministries of health to small, community organizations like the Diocese of Masasi in Tanzania.