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Make Roads Safe is an International campaign to put global road traffic injuries on the G8 and UN sustainability agendas. Building on the work of the commission for Global Road Safety, the Make Roads Safe campaign aims to raise public and political awareness of a global road traffic injury epidemic that kills at least 3000 people, and 500 children, every day.
Make Roads Safe is supported by an International coalition of organizations including the Chariots of Destiny Organization.
The MVA Fund located in Windhoek Namibia, is a statutory body established to design, develop, promote and implement motor vehicle accident and injury prevention measures and provide benefits to all people using Namibian roads in accordance with MVA Fund Act 10 of 2007.
InfoKen Solutions is specialised in producing high quality websites and web hosting services. It also provides other services such as website maintenance, Internet marketing, search engine optimization, domain names including .com, .co.ke, .org, .net.
The Spinal Cord Injury Zone web site (www.thescizone.com) is a not-for-profit Spinal Cord Injury educational Knowledge Base. The mission of The SCI Zone.com is to provide reliable News on Spinal Cord Injury related issues. Community members can post information of importance to the web site.
YOURS is a youth oriented NGO which advocates for road safety globally creating awareness about the epidemic on our roads affecting the youth as well as capacity building among young people. Read more about YOUTH FOR ROAD SAFETY
The Pamoja Road Safety initiative is a registered NGO working in Kenya with an aim to develop road safety programs to increase knowledge, awareness and skills to all road users. Read more about Pamoja Road Safety Initiative
GLOBAL YOUTH TRAFFIC SAFETY MONTH (GYTSM) - Global Youth Traffic Safety Month empowers youth to develop and lead traffic safety education projects and support law enforcement and effect legislation to protect teen drivers. The following group supports youth empowered community leadership efforts addressing teen traffic safety concerns. Each May youth across the globe unite during Global Youth Traffic Safety Month to focus on the leading cause of death for them and their peers; traffic related crashes. COD is delighted to host the first GYTSM here in Kenya this coming month of May. Check website for details.
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR YOUTH SAFETY (NOYS) - NOYS based in the U.S.A, is a collaborative network of over 65 national organizations, federal agencies and business and industry leaders that serve youth and focus on youth safety and health. Their mission is to promote youth empowerment and leadership and build partnerships that will save lives, prevent injuries, and promote safe and healthy lifestyles among all youth.