Ngochia is working on a slow down project in school zones and building awareness among motorists around three high risk schools in Yaounde and Douala, Cameroon.
Chynara is seeking inclusion of road safety in the mainstream school curriculum . She is also running a grassroots mobilization project in Sokuluk, a city in Kyrgyzstan.
Cathy is developing a tailor-made toolkit for American students traveling on foreign roads.
Engaging influencers and decision-makers in Abuja, Nigeria for a safe school zone. This includes implementation of the iRAP Star Ratings for Schools tool and testing its applicability in assessing road ratings in school zones.
David is spearheading the “Heroes drive in pajamas” campaign where road crash survivors drive vulnerable youth to and from end of year parties in rural areas of Slovenia.
Lucas is working on increased visibility of school bus for improved children safety and installation and demonstration of the benefits of standard reflector tape on school buses at Eagles Nest School in Kikuyu, Kenya.
Esteban is campaigning against distracted driving with the campaign “Quito walks safely”.
Texel is focusing on safe school zones, expanding the Mozambique kids court, school community mobilization for increased lobbying for signage and speed calming measures around schools in Maputo high risk schools.
Gabriela is mobilizing public support in Brasilia through an educational video outreach campaign and engaging decision makers for fast-tracking child car restraints law review in Brazil.
Maatla’s project is “Don’t drink and drive-Too young to die” peer to peer education outreach in bars and clubs among students of the University of Botswana, Gaborone campus.
Vusal is working on a survey of child restraint systems and community mobilization for increased enforcement of child safety in cars.