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Contest seeks digital solutions to traffic-safety education

A contest on digital technologies in traffic safety education and communication has been launched. Eligible participants include anyone under 16 years old. The Agency for Southern Affairs under the Ministry of Science and Technology in cooperation with the Centre for Young Science and Technology Development ...

Project helps improve traffic safety in school zones

Traffic safety around schools in Pleiku city in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai has improved remarkably thanks to a two-year project entitled ‘Slow Zones, Safe Zones’. To prevent and reduce traffic deaths and injuries in school zones, the project added modifications to roads around ...

Workshop looks to strengthen cooperation in improving traffic safety in Vietnam

 An international workshop was held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 2 to look into international cooperation in improving traffic safety in VietnamThe event, co-organised by the National Traffic Safety Committee and the Vietnam-Germany University, aimed to prepare for the launch of a network ...

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