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Program implementation kicks off in Myanmar

05-06-2018

Students from a new program school in Mandalay, Myanmar participate in a baseline knowledge test.

Students from a new program school in Mandalay, Myanmar participate in a baseline knowledge test.

Our Safety Delivered program kicked off implementation in Myanmar with a range of activities, including helmet fittings, stakeholder trainings, and baseline knowledge tests with students from the four program schools. AIP Foundation staff conducted trainings for the two volunteers from the Myanmar Engineering Society of Mandalay, our partner organization in the area. We also visited the four program schools to conduct helmet fittings for students and administer a pre-implementation, baseline student knowledge test for 100 students from each school, a representative sample size of all of the grades and schools.

In total, over 3,000 students from the Mandalay region of Myanmar will benefit from our Safety Delivered program through road safety education and the donation of 2,000 helmets to students and teachers.

View more photos from the visit here.

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