In 2011 alone, AIP Foundation programs directly impacted about 18,000 children in Vietnam, whether by providing them with helmets or traffic safety education. Many of their teachers and parents also received helmets, training, or informational materials. Beyond that, over 85,000 people learned about the importance of child helmet use through flyers or public events related to our public awareness campaign. But the sight of vulnerable children riding motorbikes without helmets remains all too common.
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