Monday 11 June 2018

“Seeing Road Safety Through My Lens”

As we embark on a journey to address road safety concerns for children in Thailand, let’s hear what the children have to say.

Thursday 1 June 2017

Thai children experience better childhoods than most of its neighbours, according to new report, but migrant children are being left behind

Thailand is 84th in a global ranking of the best and worst countries for children to grow up in, putting it ahead of regional neighbours like Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar, a new report from Save the Children reveals. 

The ranking positions Thailand in the top half of the ledger, however, many migrant children living in Thailand are having their childhoods cut short in large numbers, especially because of their lack of access to education. 

Monday 8 May 2017

7 children a day die on Thailand's roads, warns Save the Children ahead of Global Road Safety Week

Monday 8th May, Bangkok – Save the Children is calling for new school regulations making motorbike helmets mandatory when traveling to and from school across the country as Global Road Safety Week begins, and following another deadly Songkran period on Thailand’s roads.

Road accidents remain the second leading cause of death for children in Thailand, especially motorcycle accidents, which account for more than 70 percent of all road deaths.

Wednesday 28 September 2016

Save the Children makes significant inroads towards promoting road safety for children through our 7% Project

Bangkok, 14 July 2016 – Save the Children Thailand and 11 organisations from public, private and civil sectors signed a road safety Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalise cooperation in working towards safer roads for children.

Thursday 2 June 2016

7% Project Presents "Bowtie Shorts Helmet"

The 7% Project presents the "Bowtie Shorts Helmet", Kosong Kasan Gannok at Children's Discovery Museum in Chatuchak, Bangkok.