Free helmets provided for 30,000 pupils
Honda Vietnam Company has said it has developed a program to give 30,000 helmets to pupils and students in disadvantaged regions in 2015.
Pupils are eager to receive standard helmets. (Photo: baotintuc.vn)
The activity aims to respond to Decision 131 of the National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC) on calling for presenting helmets to pupils.
The first 700 helmets were presented to pupils in Thanh Tuyen primary and secondary schools in the northern province of Ha Nam with the participation of Minister of Transport, Dinh La Thang and NCST Deputy Chairman, Khuat Viet Hung.
Through the activity, the NCST and Honda Vietnam Company aim to raise awareness among pupils on safe traffic, thus arousing greater attention from parents in ensuring safety for their children and preventing the children from regrettable accidents.
In the near future, the program will be continued, together with other social activities./.
( Compiled by VNF )