Creating and Implementing a Plan for Child Helmet Use in Vietnam

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Not wearing helmets has historically been a major risk factor for motorcycle road users in Vietnam, especially by children and young. Through careful research and planning and working closely with the government, by a coalition initiated by the AIP Foundation, within one year helmet wearing has significantly increased.

This Case Study’s tactics include drafting an action plan, coalition building, identifying and engaging key champions,
 launching a public awareness campaign, creating and distributing a school manuals, engaging with traditional media, and monitoring implementation.


Source: Global Road Safety Partnership

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