Road safety is a major problem in Malawi, last Wednesday 10 passengers died and a dozen others was severely injured after that a bus was involve in a single-vehicle collision along the M1 Road in Ntcheuin, Malawi.
Witnesses said that the speeding bus burst its left front tyre after leaving the Chingeni police road block and overtaking several vehicles.
Road traffic injuries constitute a major health and development problem the world over but especially in the African Region. About 20 road traffic collisions occur every day in Malawi, two of which are fatal and two serious injuries. About 1 000 people are killed in road traffic crashes in Malawi every year.
43 people died and 24 others were injured when bus in Zimbabwe lost control and rammed into a tree, one week earlier, preceding another bus crash in South Africa where at least 20 schoolchildren was killed on a road between the towns of Bronkhorstspruit and Verena, near Pretoria. Victims were aged between 5 and 10 years old.
Kids Non-Profit Organization is dedicated to reduce the number of deaths and injuries in traffic through education using smart, effective actions in collaboration with partners.