HCM CITY — Nearly 1,000 children and teachers took part in the “Children Have Fun with Road Safety” festival at Lê Lợi Primary School in HCM City’s Nhà Bè District on Thursday as part of the Helmets for Families programme run by the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation. Students and volunteers participated in road safety games, paintings and helmet-wearing demonstrations to reinforce previous road safety education delivered by AIP. “These festivals are a great opportunity for students to learn outside of the classroom, especially about traffic safety to protect their lives and others’,” Lê Thanh Hải, deputy head of the Nhà Bè District Education and Training Division, said. The festival culminated in an exhibition of pictures of helmets drawn by students and the announcement of awards. Earlier the foundation worked with health professionals from Chợ Rẫy Hospital to develop an educational video to raise teachers and parents’ awareness. Five hoardings were erected at focus areas, and more than 13,000 handheld fans, 6,756 rulers and 6,756 booklets with the Helmets for Families logo were distributed to students at 10 targeted primary schools and their parents and to patients at the Củ Chi, Hóc Môn, Nhà Bè District, Paediatric 2, and Chợ Rẫy… Read full this story
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