About Us

After the death of 18-year-old Hady Gebrane in April 2006, his family and friends were determined to prevent traffic crashes from taking the lives of other Lebanese youth and established KUNHADI non-profit organization on October 11, 2006, with the mission to introduce a new culture of safe-driving among the Lebanese community, but especially, the Lebanese youth (15-29 years).

Seeing that driver behavior accounts for over than 80% of the car crash, Kunhadi aims to raise awareness about the six main causes of fatal crashes in Lebanon:

  1. Speed Driving
  2. Drunk Driving
  3. [Correct] Helmet Use
  4. Seat-belt
  5. Fatigue Driving
  6. Distracted Driving

Website: http://www.kunhadi.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kunhadi.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KUNHADI
Instagram: http://instagram.com/kunhadi.lebanon

4 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Antoine Khairallah says:

    I’m the Managing partner of an outddor company. And I really appreciate your dedication and your dynamism. You are doing excellent job and we must all join our efforts to better serve our comminities. And to try to rebuild a new Lebanese citizen. It would give me a great pleasure to meet one of your team and to discuss ideas. My personal mobile is 03 372710 and I’m ready to meet you wherever at your premises. So God blesses all Kunhadi team.

    • Thank you Antoine for your support!
      You can call our office on 05 45 05 16 or on 71 26 44 15 and you can also email us on kunhadi@kunhadi.org to set a meeting with the team or if you had any idea that could help spreading road safety awareness.
      Drive Safe!

  2. Dr Jean Claude Violides says:

    Issam Breidy died; his brother Wissam is mourning him; the series “Dancing with the Stars” is still being broadcasted and people are still laughing. What do we conclude? That life goes on!
    But to my cherished family and beloved friends I tell you: “when you drive, do it safely and keep one thing in mind: if you don’t care about your own life, you should care for that of those who love you because, should any harm happen to you, you will not be the one to cry, suffer or decide to put an end to your life. For your loved ones, life does not go on and they stop laughing; life stops and may even end. So in a way, when you drive, think that those loved ones are passengers in the car and you are responsible for their safety. Don’t just tell them! Show them that you love them and that you care! Drive safely for it is their safety you are responsible of, because if you selfishly go, you will take them with you!”

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