Contributing to the education of children in the Peruvian highlands through the delivery of bicycles. That way they can get to their schools more quickly and efficiently, thus taking better advantage of their education.
A country where children have the same opportunities for their education
We are more than 25 university students from 18 to 26 years old who seek to generate a positive impact on the education of Peru.
"Baika gave me the opportunity of teaching a child how to ride a bike with the same bike that I learned to with. Definitely something changed in me from that day on."
Director of operations
"Baika allows me to grow as a person and strengthen skills for my professional development."
Project and Marketing Director
"Baika gave me so many opportunities, the greatest being giving back to the world the gift of a privileged life."
"For me, Baika is empathy. Baika teaches me to value the simplest things, to be aware of how lucky I am and above all to learn to be grateful."
"Baika is a source of learning; here I learned about the different realities that we live in the country and I was also able to learn about managing high-performance teams."
"Baika allows me to work together with exceptional, committed and creative people to generate a positive impact. There is a good ambience and that motivates me to do more."
Directora de Recursos Humanos
"Being part of the Baika team is an incredible experience because it gives you the opportunity to contribute to the country's change with your grain of sand and allows you to grow as a person by having contact with different realities"
"If any one of us has the ability to improve a person's life, they also have the responsibility to do so."
"At Baika I found what I had not found elsewhere: the opportunity to change the reality of thousands of children."
"Being a member of Baika leaves you with personal values by contributing to the education of Peru, and also makes you an intermediary so that other people can join."
"For me, Baika is my grain of sand to change the world and make children happier."
"It is a great way to help children in need through something I am passionate about, cycling."
María José Abugattas
"Baika is the place where I give my all selflessly, just to see the smile and improve a child's life a little bit."