Miss Viet Nam 2006 and Pop Star to Become Ambassadors for AIPF
In 2000, the AIPF, in partnership with the Ministry of Training and Education, National Traffic Safety Committee, and other sponsors, launched “Helmets for Kids.” This program has already provided 150,000 helmets to children in Vietnam.
Here are some key takeaways:
- Miss Vietnam 2006 and pop star named ambassadors for helmet safety campaign
- Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIPF) aims to reduce road accident casualties through education, helmet access, and government advocacy
- “Helmets for Kids” program provides 150,000 helmets to Vietnamese children, supports “Helmets Save Lives” movement
“Helmets Save Lives” Campaign Launched with Mai Phuong Thuy and Dam Vinh Hung as Ambassadors
In an effort to reduce the number of casualties from motorcycle accidents, Miss Vietnam 2006 Mai Phuong Thuy and Pop Star Dam Vinh Hung have been chosen as ambassadors for a campaign aimed at promoting helmet use. The “Helmets Save Lives” movement, co-organized by the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIPF) and OCEAN Communications Company, will kick off next month with public appearances by Thuy and Hung to raise awareness and encourage helmet usage.
Asia Injury Prevention Foundation’s Efforts to Reduce Road Accidents in Southeast Asia
The AIPF, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to stopping the increasing number of deaths and injuries from road accidents in Southeast Asia. The foundation aims to achieve this goal by providing access to high-quality and affordable helmets, creating public awareness through education and advocacy programs, and working with governments to improve helmet and road safety laws. The AIPF has already donated helmets to children in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia.
Join Mai Phuong Thuy and Dam Vinh Hung in supporting the “Helmets Save Lives” movement. Let’s make helmet usage a habit to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe on the roads.