Kenya's former vice president Moody Awori signing a memorial quilt
Road traffic victims shoes display during world day of remembrance
Art and essay competition organised by ASIRT Kenya in support of school safety program
School children presenting a poem during world day of remembrance for road crash victims
ASIRT-Kenya issues Reflective sashes at Kasarani Primary School
Traffic police signing memorial quit


Road traffic injuries are a major but neglected global public health problem requiring concerted efforts for effective and sustainable prevention. Road safety in Kenya should be given more priority. Over 3000 Kenyans killed on our roads every year and several others are injured. Most  of the affected are  between the ages of 15 and 44 years. The cost to our economy from these accidents is in excess of US$ 50million exclusive of the actual cause of life. Read More

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ASIRTKENYA @Ma3Route @UsalamaW @BettyObwocha Let us make their journey to and from school safer by #passingthetrafficbill http://t.co/PWWqsWeQEv
ASIRTKENYA RT @UsalamaW: @BettyObwocha 1st time we have child centered bill.Save the future #passthetrafficbill @GertrudesHosp @ASIRTKENYA @AbabuNamwa
ASIRTKENYA RT @UsalamaW: The traffic bill has majorly focused on children and what the govt is to do to protect the children @GertrudesHosp @ASIRTKENY
ASIRTKENYA RT @saulbillingsley: Absolutely right @devisridhar @AJack Road crashes are killing people in LMICs on scale of major diseases. Needs urgent…
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