Since our first training of facilitators in Kenya in 2012, our facilitators have continued to be active. Naivasha Sub County under the stewardship of the Road Safety Steering Committee has in the past established systems and structures geared to reducing Road Traffic Crashes on the major roads and also within the Sub County.
Enforcement, Behavior Change, Training s and sensitization has been the major areas of engagement for the success that has seen decreased numbers.
The committee initiated a program for the pupils in primary schools in 2011 when the road safety RS10 Project started in Naivasha, where 10 schools in Naivasha Sub County which are situated along the major roads which are viewed as black spots in Naivasha.
Road Safety Clubs Profile;
The clubs major objective is to train the pupils on safe road safety measures in relation to crossing the road, first aid orientation while also being a model for behavior change and in creating awareness on the changing trends revolving around road safety.
Road safety clubs have been formulated in Milimani Primary School, Ngeya Primary School, Longonot Primary School, Lakeview Primary School, Sher, Kinungi Primary School, Maai Mahiu Primary School, Karima Primary School and Naivasha Highway Primary School.
Setting up for the distribution of the road safety kit for the schools
Overview of the exercise;
The exercise which had various partners was to equip the clubs and the schools with the equipment’s for the clubs and the schools. The schools were provided with the following;
The activity was conducted in Naivasha at the Naivasha Ministry of Health-Municipal Grounds on the 12th of November, 2014.
Objective of the exercise;
The distributed road safety kit will aid in the following;
Distribution of the Kitty to the schools. Performances during the training