Stakeholders reflect on The 7% Project in new case study videos

July 18, 2019

Mr. Sompong Narueng of Wanglewittayanusorn School discussing road safety in the community.

In Thailand, only 7% of children wear helmets when traveling on motorcycles. As part of our collaboration with Save the Children, AIP Foundation filmed four stakeholder case study videos for The 7% Project in Thailand. The project worked to increase engagement of school authorities to encourage helmet use among children and families; strengthen the capacity of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration staff, teachers, community members, and youth leaders; and engage police stakeholders to actively enforce traffic laws.

In the first case study, Mr. Sompong Narueng of Wanglewittayanusorn School discusses the impact The 7% Project has had for his students and the community. Watch the full case study here.

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