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THE ROLES OF ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC INFORMATION VIETNAM – A CASE STUDY Greig Craft President Asia Injury Prevention Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org
MANDATORY HELMET USE
LOW COST INTERVENTION HIGH INVESTMENT RETURN IMMEDIATE IMPACT
VHWC VIETNAM HELMET WEARING COALITION
15 / 12 / 07
> 95% HELMET COMPLIANCE
24% REDUCTION IN INJURIES
14% REDUCTION IN FATALITIES
$271 MILLION DOLLARS SAVED
14,000 LIVES SAVED 670,000 SERIOUS INJURIES PREVENTED 1,000,000 CHILDREN PROTECTED 10,000,000 CHILDREN WITH ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION
THANK YOU greig.craft @ aipf-vietnam.org Asia Injury Prevention Foundation A member of the Make Roads Safe Campaign, Safe Kids Worldwide network, and founder of the Vietnam Helmet Wearing Coalition
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