Asia Injury Prevention Foundation celebrates 15 years

October 16, 2014

15yearsThis year marks an important milestone for AIP Foundation as it celebrates 15 years of implementing road safety interventions in low- and middle-income countries. Starting in 1999 with three employees in Vietnam, AIP Foundation has grown to over 60 employees worldwide.

During these past 15 years, AIP Foundation has built and supported effective road safety methods in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, China, Uganda, and Tanzania, where motorcycles are largely the principal means of transportation. AIP Foundation is encouraged by the achievements made in the past 15 years, and looks forward to more progress and impact in the years to come.

AIP Foundation will continue to support efforts that provide life-saving traffic safety knowledge and skills, with the ultimate goal of preventing road traffic fatalities and injuries. As the Millennium Development Goals soon also reach their 15-year mark, we strongly support the inclusion of road safety into the post-2015 development agenda.

Click here to vote for your priorities. We ask you to vote for ‘better transport and roads,’ ‘better healthcare,’ and also suggest ‘road safety’ in the optional priority tab.

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