Students at Ngo Quyen Primary School, Ninh Kieu District (Can Tho City) are excited when they are given helmets – Photo: LE DAN
Pham Viet Cong – deputy chief of the Office of the National Traffic Safety Committee – said that in 2022, 11,450 traffic accidents occurred nationwide, killing 6,384 people, injuring 7,804 people, down on all three sides compared to 2019. (before the COVID-19 pandemic).
However, the situation of traffic accidents is still very complicated, the risk of traffic accidents is very high. Particularly serious traffic accidents still occur, such as in Thua Thien Hue province, which claimed the lives of four mothers and children, or in Nghe An, where parents and children died due to traffic accidents.
In order to contribute to raising awareness about traffic safety for students, especially to prevent and reduce traffic accidents, the National Traffic Safety Committee has coordinated with the Ministry of Education and Training. Training launched the campaign “wearing helmets for children” and received the companionship and sponsorship of Honda Vietnam Company.
The National Traffic Safety Committee cooperated with Honda Vietnam Company to present 36,882 helmets to Can Tho students – Photo: LE DAN
“We are committed to always doing our best to enforce the law and try to improve the traffic environment so that the children are no longer afraid of the risk of traffic accidents” – Mr. Cong said and suggested that everyone join the team. Standard helmets when riding motorbikes and mopeds.
Mr. Motofumi Marutani – Deputy General Director of Honda Vietnam Company, hopes that “The small gift of a standard helmet from Honda Vietnam will become a companion for the children, keeping them safe on every road. path”.