Beirut, November 16, 2014
Road Traffic Victims Remembrance Garden
The United Nations announced the third Sunday of every November World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. This day provides an opportunity to draw the public’s attention to road traffic crashes, their consequences and costs and the measures that can be taken to prevent them.
Kunhadi, road safety organization, invited a number of parents and friends to commemorate every life lost on the road on November 16, 2016.
Hosting the gathering at the Traffic Victims Remembrance in Sin El-Fil, which Kunhadi inaugurated in November 2013 in collaboration with Sin El-Fil Municipality, Kunhadi will unveil the second memorial holding names of young lives lost on the road.
This day will not only honor the memory of those we have lost, but will also offer support to grieving parents and shed light on the alarmingly high number of traffic victims in Lebanon aged between 15 – 29 years old, amounting to 650 yearly, leaving behind broken families and communities.
Join us this World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims as we light candles for loved ones who were gone too soon.
Gas station in front of Mekker – Jisr el Wati
Fore more info, visit Kunhadi event page