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AIP Foundation recognized by Save the Children for its contributions to The 7% Project

04-02-2017

Celebrate Your Achievements The 7% Project

Saul Billingsley, Executive Director of FIA Foundation, presents Oratai Junsuwanaruk, Thailand Country Manager of AIP Foundation, with an award during the event.

AIP Foundation was recognized at an event organized by Save the Children for its commitment to the child-focused road safety program, The 7% Project. Oratai Junsuwanaruk, Thailand Country Manager of AIP Foundation, joined partner organizations including the Road Accident Victims Protection Company Limited, Tesco Lotus, Road Safety Group Thailand, Marriott, and the Bangkok Primary Educational Service Area Office, at “The 7% Project: Celebrate Your Achievements” in Bangkok.

Notable guests included Pranee Sattayaprakop, Permanent Secretary for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, and Saul Billingsley, Executive Director of FIA Foundation.

AIP Foundation and Save the Children launched The 7% Project because despite the fact 1.3 million children in Thailand travel as motorcycle passengers every day, only 7% wear helmets. More than 2,600 children die annually on the country’s roads and another 72,680 are injured or disabled.

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