Vietnam's National Traffic Safety Committee and Emart Vietnam Company in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday signed a joint program to enhance information of wearing helmet for children.
The program will increase information as well as encourage people to comply with the regulation of helmet for children in the period from 2015 to 2020.
Khuat Viet Hung, deputy chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee said that there has been a paradox that for years people has obeyed strictly to the regulation of wearing helmet for adults but just a few people are aware of wearing helmet for their children on travelling in streets.
Accordingly, he hoped that people will be more aware of the importance of wearing helmet for their children.
At the signing ceremony, Emart Vietnam Company gave 1,000 helmets to students of Primary Nguyen viet Xuan and Hanh Thong in Go Vap District.