Kids’ Court Road Safety Interventions: Their impact on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in Maputo, Mozambique

Project Budget: GBP 27,500

Dates: November 2018 to May 2019

Funding Partner: UK Department for International Development, as a grant of the Transport Technology Research Innovation for International Development competition, through the High Volume Transport Applied Research Programme

 

 

An evaluation of Amend’s Kids’ Court program, through which children are empowered to act as “judges,” questioning drivers who are caught speeding, talking on a mobile phone, or failing to wear a seat belt outside their school. The evaluation, which involved key informant interviews and focus group discussions with participating children, teachers, drivers, police officers, and children’s parents/caregivers, demonstrated improved knowledge of road safety messages and a positive perception of the program among all involved.

 

View final project report here.

 

 

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