YEN BAI, THAI NGUYEN, AND TUYEN QUANG PROVINCE, Vietnam—November 13, 2020 AIP Foundation, in collaboration with the National Traffic Safety Committee and the Ministry of Education and Training, expanded the Helmets for Kids (HFK) program, supported by Johnson & Johnson, delivering life-saving interventions to rural communities in Yen Bai, Thai Nguyen and Tuyen Quang provinces, Vietnam.
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam—November 6, 2020 Mrs. Hoang Thi Na Huong, AIP Foundation’s Deputy CEO, and Mrs. Tran Mai Anh, AIP Foundation’s Board of Directors responded to the ongoing flood crisis that has devastated Central Vietnam by raising 160 million VND along with textbooks, school supplies, warm clothes, face masks, and various hygienic items.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam—October 28, 2020 AIP Foundation has recently piloted a new methodology to research and analyze “near misses” on the roads in Vietnam. Although far too common on our roads, crashes are actually a relatively rare event; near misses are much more common. Being able to analyze near misses gives us a
YEN BAI, Vietnam—October 28, 2020 Drink-driving remains an issue across Vietnam despite significant efforts at national and provincial levels to address this. Drink-driving accounted for as much as 80% of traffic violations in Yen Bai province in 2020 alone. In an effort to combat this, the Yen Bai Traffic Safety Committee (TSC), in partnership with
BAC GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam—October 23, 2020 Northeast of Vietnam, lying along the Red River Delta is Bac Giang Province, a picturesque area known for its connection to cities like Hanoi and Quang Ninh. Yet, Bac Giang is also known for its consistently high rate of road crashes, with the unenviable position of ranking among the top 10 in
THAI NGUYEN, Vietnam—October 22, 2020 Keeping up with the momentum from the Safety Delivered program’s midterm review forum earlier in the month in Ho Chi Minh City, AIP Foundation, in cooperation with National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC) and the Traffic Safety Committee of Thai Nguyen Province, hosted the second session in Thai Nguyen Province for 11 project schools.
GIA LAI PROVINCE, Vietnam—October 14, 2020 In Vietnam, children continue to be the most vulnerable road users especially on their way to and from school. Many schools are located on busy highways most frequented by buses and heavy trucks driving well over the global recommended speed limit for school zones. Without proper infrastructure in
DAK LAK PROVINCE, Vietnam—October 10, 2020 With over 90% of students either taken to school on motorbikes or walking to school, students in Dak Lak Province face challenges on their commute to school. Many schools are located along the National Highway No.14, a road with high-density traffic resulting in dangerous journeys for students. In
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam–October 7, 2020 In order to implement the Prime Minister’s Directive 04 / CT-TTg dated January 19, 2018 on accelerating the application of solutions to improve the effectiveness of legal regulations on mandatory helmet wearing for motorbike drivers, motorcyclists, and electric bicyclists, AIP Foundation and the National Traffic Safety Committee co-hosted
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam—October 1, 2020 Mid-autumn marks a festive time for all children in Vietnam, where they play with colorful lanterns while nibbling on traditional treats. The students at Hy Vong School are no exception. Through AIP Foundation’s Safety Delivered program, more than 20 UPS volunteers spent the holiday with students at Hy Vong School, a