NTSA Director General, Francis Mejja signing ASIRT Kenya memorial quilt
NTSA Director General, Francis Mejja signing ASIRT Kenya memorial quilt
Procession to mark the 2015 world day of remembrance
Art and essay competition organised by ASIRT Kenya in support of school safety program
WDR 2015
Nairobi Deputy Traffic Commandant signs ASIRT Kenya memorial quilt
WDR Commemoration 2015
A display of the memorial quilt
Procession to mark this years' world day of remebrance for road crash victims
Keyan delegates in Brazil
Kenyan delegates participating in the second global high-level conference on road safety 2015
Road safety champions
ASIRT Kenya CEO, Bright Oywaya with participants from other countries attending the 2015 high level conference on road safety in Brazil, 2015
WDR 2015
ASIRT Kenya Executive Director, Bright Oywaya explains the Memorial quilt
WDR 2015
Candle lighting and a moment of silence in remembrance of the road crash victims


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