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#SAVEKIDSLIVES campaign launches 2016 agenda

2 May 2016

Following the great success of the Child Declaration for Road Safety, #SaveKidsLives is launching a 2020 Action Agenda which includes actionable steps to be taken to reduce the unacceptable number of child lives lost on the road every day. Governments need to be encouraged to implement this Action Agenda which will help countires reach the global target to halve road traffic fatalities around the world by 2020.

The Alliance has also developed sample messages for #SaveKidsLives and Alliance member Safe Kids has developed sample Facebook and Twitter posts for road safety initiatives throughout the Spring.



 

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