Our project talks about the real danger of daily route to the school of children. Also, children are often victims of car accidents while crossing streets or riding bikes. The project adresses to pre-adolescents who usually go to school without being accompanied by their parents. We need to be sure that they have knowledges about road safety and first aid. also, this project comes to complete the diversity of other activities on the same subject that our school is involved in. A number of 400 students and 25 teachers are involved in this activity.
EDIT Association, students from University of Bucharest (Pedagogy & Psychology), psychologists, volunteers and Policemen (Romanian Police) team-up to bring back the road safety education classes. The project mixes the non-formal education with practical and entertaining activities. OBJECTIVES: - 25.000 kids lectured - 130 schools involved - 500 teachers trained - 100 students & volunteers trained
We are an NGO created by drivers and pedestrians who help local authorities to take actions for road safety in Romania. Our actions: - we created forms, based on laws, that are used by drivers to report safety problems. After report the problems are solved by authorities - we give solutions, to local authorities, for death zones. Our solutions have saved many lives - advocacy more on our site www.romaniafaragropi.ro our acronym: RFG
Proiectul este o campanie de prevenție derulată pe perioada septembrie - noiembrie 2017, in următoarele etape: - informare pe delicvența juvenilă și victimizarea minorilor, pe riscurile din trafic și reguli de circulație rutieră a 4 grupuri - țintă: elevilor candidați la scoala de șoferi, elevilor navetiști, elevilor pietoni, bicicliștilor - realizarea de flyere, afișe, anunțuri și articole pentru presă despre 21 sept.si EDWARD cu implicarea profesorilor de la toate clasele; - 21 sept.
Within this project, teachers did non-formal activities involving students and parents. The purpose of these activities was to inform students about safety on public roads.Students have learned traffic rules, made drawings, role plays, watched thematic movies. Primary school pupils have been doing outdoor activities by being accompanied by teachers and following the rules of movement.