Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury

by AIP Foundation
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury
Protect Cambodian Children from Brain Injury

Project Report | Jul 11, 2016
Cambodian groups come together for road safety

By Linnea Paseiro | Communications and Development Coordinator

An official interviewed about helmet safety
An official interviewed about helmet safety

Road safety school groups inspire communities to change behavior - 29 April, 2016 - Phnom Penh

During this school year, 18 schools from the provinces of Phnom Penh, Kandal, and Kampong Speu worked to disseminate critical road safety messages as part of a “Schools of Excellence” competition to raise road safety awareness.

Throughout the year, school groups engaged in such activities as the painting of road-safety-themed murals and the distribution of materials aimed to improve both road safety behavior and their school’s infrastructure. Prior to the competition, students and teachers received road safety education training in order to be well-versed on these topics.

An award committee comprised of representatives from the Ministry of Education, the National Road Safety Committee, the National Police, and AIP Foundation recently conducted a second evaluation at the 18 schools. The committee reviewed relevant submitted materials and interviewed teachers and students in addition to surveying the area around the school to observe school murals, the surrounding infrastructure, and safety materials available for students. After gathering the necessary information, the committee will provide information to AIP Foundation to determine the outstanding school in each participating province and to track its progress the following year.

 

Awards ceremony held to commend schools for commitment to road safety - 19 May, 2016 – Phnom Penh

AIP Foundation, in collaboration with The UPS Foundation, held an awards ceremony to highlight the activities of three exemplary schools from Phnom Penh, Kandal, and Kampong Speu provinces. These three schools were distinguished for their active participation in promoting safe road behaviors with a particular focus on helmet use among their students and teachers and within their broader communities.

For more information on this event, read the press release here.

 

National officials gather to improve helmet use throughout Cambodia - 31 May, 2016 - Phnom Penh

As part of the Head Safe. Helmet On. project (HSHO), AIP Foundation, in partnership with The UPS Foundation, has convened its third nationwide stakeholder workshop to discuss the state of road safety in the country. The event primarily reflected on the achievements and lessons learned from HSHO, a project aimed at increasing motorcycle passenger helmet use in Cambodia, which ended implementation June 1st.  It also served as a forum to address the continued challenges facing road users and traffic police following the start in January of the enforcement of the new Road Traffic Law.

 For more information on this event, read the press release here

Three schools awarded for road safety efforts
Three schools awarded for road safety efforts

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Apr 13, 2016
Mothers encouraged to invest in road safety

By Peggy Ramin | Development Coordinator

Jan 19, 2016
Training encourages road safety journalism

By Peggy Ramin | Development Coordinator

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