Every year 1.2 mln. people die on the roads in the world

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Every 6 seconds someone is killed or seriously injured on the world’s roads

With 1.3 million road deaths each year this is a global epidemic comparable to Malaria or Tuberculosis. And like those killer diseases, road crashes prey on the young, the poor and the vulnerable.

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260,000 children die and another 10 million are injured in road crashes every year

Road crashes are the leading global cause of death for young people aged 10-24, and by 2015 are predicted to be the leading cause of premature death and disability for children in developing countries aged 5 and above.

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Coverage by Regions.

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Road safety becomes trendy in Shirak region as well

About ten years ago, when National Road Safety Council was making its first steps in road safety campaigns, few people believed that we would reach such results.
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UNGRSW is first event of its kind in Kapan

Kapan was chosen because it has seen a high number of road injuries among young people and children.
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Gyulagarak village: new approach to Road Safety

Many roads recently improved under the Lifeline roads Program.
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