Road safety is our top priority for Kenyans. There are lots of ways you can get involved and support local road safety initiatives.
SDAF offers various solutions to calm traffic and increase pedestrian safety on our local roads. As we work towards our Vision Zero Kenya of eliminating all road fatalities
The story of road trauma in Kenya is often told in numbers and percentages. But behind the statistics, there are real people.
People who have died. People who are suffering real loss, people living with real injuries. We’ve all been involved in close calls and near-misses on our roads.
We don’t want you or one of your friends or family to be the next road trauma statistic. The Government can and must act to reduce deaths and injuries on our roads.
Pledge to Safety is a huge community initiative with one aim, to reduce the number of people injured and killed on Kenyan roads, and everybody is encouraged to make a pledge to share the responsibility of reducing road trauma. There is no cost to make a pledge, only your commitment to a safer future journey for all vulnerable road users.
We ask that everybody who takes this pledge agrees to drive for your own safety and the safety of all road users. By taking the pledge, you are agreeing to accept the responsibility of helping to make our roads safer and you acknowledge that you will:Read More
How You Can Help
SDAF vision is to ensure that every young person has access to quality road safety education. To this end, we offer very affordable one-day programs at a wide range of venues so as many young people as possible can participate regardless of where they live or their financial situation.
As little as $20 will help pay for one young person to attend the Safedrive Africa Foundation (SDAF) Road safety advocacy Program, $200 would help pay the cost of a facilitator at a SDAF Program and $500 would help pay for a class group of students to receive the lifesaving SDAF messages.Read More
Get In Contact – We’re Happy to Help
We’re friendly and available to answer any questions you might have about our programs, so reach out to us, we can be contacted via email or phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Because we are passionate about what we do, and every community that we work with, we promise that you won’t hit a ridiculously long phone queue, and that your email won’t be lost in the electronic email.
So if you have any questions, or maybe you would like to see one of our programs running in your community, or maybe you’ve had a life changing experience at a program, please get in touch because we love helping people.
You can get involved and support road safety in many different ways:
Helping spread the road safety message could be as simple as a morning tea inviting students, parents, staff and community to sign the pledge or sharing information through your local newsletter.Read More
Safedrive Africa Foundation needs your HELP. Our Learn to Live Program and change behavior needs support to make a deference.
Globally 1.35 million people are killed on roads every year, while 500 children are killed on the road every day. Road crashes are the number one cause of death of 15 to 29 year olds.
This continues to be a life-threatening issue to individuals and their families, not just in Africa, but across the world in both developing and developed markets.Read More