Prepare educational presentation on Road safety
Keshava Kripa Samvardhana Samiti
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Volunteers will take up any particular road safety symbol or any particular road safety practise and prepare a 4 page presentations with few images. This material will be used to educate the free learning centre children about road safety. Many parents of these children are commercial vehicle drivers. We are sure these children will also persuade their parent on road safety. Long run this activity will reduce road accidents and deaths.
If employees log hours of the volunteering activity, and if their company donates any amount, we will be utilising it to purchase safety kits and will give it to drivers and labourers related to transport sector.
Road Accidents in India India, ranks 1st in the number of road accident deaths across the 199 countries reported in the World Road Statistics, 2018. A total of 4,49,002 road accidents have been reported by States and Union Territories (UTs) in the calendar year 2019, claiming 1,51,113 lives and causing injuries to 4,51,361 persons.
During 2019, like the previous two years, young adults in the age group of 18 - 45 years accounted for nearly 69.3 percent of road accident victims. The working age group of 18 - 60 accounted for a share of 84.3 percent in the total road accident deaths.
It is evident from this report by the Ministry of Road and Transport, Government of India that maximum fatalities to people lie in the working age group.
Having seen firsthand with our beneficiaries, the fatalities due to road accidents come as a serious blow to the families of the victims; often plunging them to poverty or severe strain on their financial sustenance. Hence it becomes more paramount to address and educate them with road safety and safe driving.
As a part of UNSDG 'Goal 3’ of the UN SDG the organization’s primary focus has been to reduce deaths by Road Accidents. Out of the around 4000 beneficiary families, more than 1000 are drivers of commercial vehicles, which entails the importance of taking up Road Safety initiatives into our scheme of activities
About Keshava Kripa Samvardhana Samiti
Abhyudaya, “Jnanagiri”, 4th Cross, 2nd Main, Soudamini Layout, Bangalore, Karnataka 560062, IN
Complementing mainstream education system and inculcating Bharathiya values to the under privileged children through collaborative volunteerism.
Abhyudaya, came into being in 2004 as a project under Keshava Kripa Samvardhana Samiti (KKSS) as a Non-Profit Organization (NGO). Starting out as a free tuition center with 12 students, currently Abhyudaya reaches out to more than 3,600 students, spread across remote villages and slum clusters of Bengaluru through life skills, value based education and healthcare related activities. Socially deprived children, their families and the neighbourhood become the focus group of Abhyudaya activities as education has to be imparted holistically. We believe, it is our solemn duty to educate children for the benefit of the society and country at large.
Keshava Kripa Samvardhana Samiti (KKSS) is registered with Indian Government NITI Aayog in NGO-Darpan platform under registration # KA/2018/0188905