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Walk Wise determines stakeholder roles for next phase of programing

08-12-2017

Stakeholders gather to plan the expansion of Walk Wise into Nanhba Township.

Stakeholders gather to plan the expansion of Walk Wise into Nanhba Township.

AIP Foundation held a meeting for its Walk Wise program to review the program’s previous successes and coordinate stakeholder engagement for the next phase of expansion into Nanhba Township, China. The program will work with four primary schools and three secondary schools within the province to improve the road safety knowledge of students and members of the Nanba community. The meeting was hosted by Xuanhan County Natural Gas Office and included representatives from Chevron, local education departments, and participating program schools.

In 2012, we launched Walk Wise with the support of Chevron. Since then, the program has worked directly with 124,114 students across 85 schools, and reached 261,135 parents and community members through parent meetings, public events, billboards, and media reports.

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