This year, the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims falls on Sunday, November 17.
Activities in response to the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims are aimed at warning the community of traffic accident disasters
The Provincial Traffic Safety Committee has required universities, colleges, professional secondary, senior high, and junior high schools to broadcast traffic safety messages via loudspeakers before and after school from November 11 to 16.
Leaders of the Provincial Traffic Safety Committee are to visit and encourage disadvantaged victims under treatment at the Provincial General Hospital from November 1 to 10.
District Traffic Safety Committees will organize teams to visit and encourage at least three families of victims.
It is expected that on the evening of Saturday, November 16, the Provincial Traffic Safety Committee will hold a seminar, broadcast by the Provincial Radio and Television, on the pain caused by traffic accidents, community sharing, and actions to prevent traffic accidents.
Responsive activities have been launched throughout the province with the message "Remember the dead - For the alive," thereby to warn the whole society of traffic accident disasters, causes and risks of causing traffic accidents; raise people's awareness about observing the traffic law and the sense of responsibility of forces undertaking the task of ensuring traffic order and safety to contribute to restraining traffic accidents; and call for help and sharing from the community for losses and difficulties of victims and families of victims of traffic accidents.