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Project ‘Safe Roads for Better Life’ in Dong Nai Province. Project ‘Safe Roads for Better Life’ in Dong Nai Province. Office in HCMC : 133/5 HÒA HƯNG – P12 – Q10 – TP HCM PHONE/FAX : (08) 3.864 .3931 Website : http://www. Handicapvietnam.org

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Project ‘Safe Roads for Better Life’

in Dong Nai Province

  • Office in HCMC : 133/5 HÒA HƯNG – P12 – Q10 – TP HCM
  • PHONE/FAX : (08) 3.864 .3931
  • Website : http://www. Handicapvietnam.org
  • Project Office : 602B CMT8 – C/cư THANH BÌNH – BIÊN HÒA –ĐN
  • PHONE/FAX : ( 061) 3.842.860
  • Email : hivnrsfirstaid@gmail.com
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PROJECT “SAFE ROADS FOR BETTER LIFE”

GOAL : Reduce the fatality rate in road accidents by decreasing the golden time

OBJECTIVE : Create a network of emergency first aid volunteers and equip first aid posts to assist seriously injured cases in the area of Dong Nai, along National Roads 1A and 20

statistics of traffic victims who received first aid
STATISTICS OF TRAFFIC VICTIMS WHO RECEIVED FIRST AID
  • 2006: 2.791 cases
  • 2007: 2.623 cases
  • An estimated 55% – 60 % of traffic victims are transferred to the commune hospital and nearest hospital
main activities
MAIN ACTIVITIES
  • Create and train key groups of trainers from Red Cross cadres of the province and districts (president, vice-president, assistant doctors…)
  • Create first aid posts in the community along National Roads A1 and 20 called “Emergency assistance for road accident victims”
  • Organize first aid trainings to volunteers and provide equipment
  • Collect first aid traffic accidents data
key group of trainers
ĐỒNG NAI Red Cross: 3

Red Cross of Thống Nhất district : 3

Red Cross of Trảng Bom district : 2

Red cross of Xuân Lộc district : 3

Red Cross of Định Quán district : 3

Total : 14 people

KEY GROUP OF TRAINERS
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First Aid organizational structure

DistrictsRoad safety

DistrictsRed Cross

communes

Red Cross

private house Post

FAVolunters

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EQUIPMENT

* OBJECTS :

- DRIVERS MOTOBIKE AND RED CROSSVOLUNTEERS

FIRST- AID KIT

FIRST- AID KIT

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T. NHẤT

TRAINING RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS

XUÂN LỘC

ĐỊNH QUÁN

some activities of first aid 2008 2009
Some activities of first aid ( 2008 – 2009)

Group of motorbike drivers in Dau Giay district

First aid post in Thong Nhat district

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TRAINING MOTORBIKE DRIVERS

ĐỊNH QUÁN

THỐNG NHẤT

key successes
Key Successes
  • Due to the characteristics of the community in Dong Nai including the great distance between the national roads and Dong Nai hospitals, the local community support the first aid model of HI
  • Sustainability : the network is managed and coordinated by Red Cross volunteers
challenges
Challenges
  • No coordination system of the ambulances which leads to tardiness/lack of service (no hotline)
  • Potential for volunteers to be perceived as the cause of the accidents by hospital staff
recommendations
Recommendations
  • All volunteers are issued with official emergency identification cards
  • Volunteers should be recognized by the government