AIP Foundation staff helps international school students craft road safety programs

September 19, 2016

AIP Foundation at BIS HCMC
Molly Ellison and Peggy Moriarty address the importance of road safety with a group of secondary school students.

Molly Ellison and Peggy Moriarty from AIP Foundation discussed helmet safety with secondary school students at the British International School of Ho Chi Minh City (BIS). The pair addressed the road situation in Vietnam, the importance of wearing a helmet on both bicycles and motorcycles, and what can be done to alleviate the issue. Throughout the academic year, the students will create and implement road safety programs in their communities.

BIS has three campuses in Ho Chi Minh City, with two primary and one secondary, and hosts more than 2,000 students representing 51 nationalities.

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