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Helmets for Kids spotlighted in Johnson & Johnson’s 2017 Health for Humanity Report

11-07-2018

Johnson and Johnson tackles a myriad of global health issues including road safety in 2017 Health for Humanity report.

Johnson and Johnson tackles a myriad of global health issues including road safety in 2017 Health for Humanity report.

Johnson & Johnson highlights Helmets for Kids in its innovative global Health for Humanity Report demonstrating its commitment to improving road safety all around the world. Since 2012, AIP Foundation and Johnson & Johnson have partnered to provide helmets and road safety education to students at schools throughout central and southern Vietnam through the Helmets for Kids program. For the 2017-2018 school year, continued its programming at 14 project schools throughout Vietnam. Between the helmet handovers in September 2017 and the year-end helmet observations, average helmet use rates increased from 57% to 94%. Helmets for Kids will continue operating in the 2018 – 2019 school year and expand to Thai Nguyen Province.

Please find the full report here

Please find more info on Helmets of Kids here

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