step in achieving the Decade of Action
3-12 May 2013, Motor Vehicle Accident Fund

The event will be officially launched on 03 May 2013 by the Minister of Transport.It will start with a march in the main street up to a point of the main event taking place. A number of stakeholder will be involved in commemorating the event. It will be rolled out to other regions where most pedestrian related crashes are recorded. The aim is ensure to minimally reduce pedestrian crashes during that week or no pedestrian related crash will be reported.

Contact: Eliphas Karizireko Rukambe
Tel: +264 2897093

Short walk with school children
3 MAy 2013, The Automobile Association of Namibia

This event will consist of a short assembly address on pedestrian safety of learners and teachers of the AI Steenkamp primary school where after learners will march to the central shops to join the main march of road safety stakeholders, which will be from the central shops to the UN Plaza in Katutura, Windhoek where the main event will be hosted at in support of the Second United Nations Global Road safety week. This walk is supported by the the FIA Foundation.

Contact: Rio Richard Jossop
Tel: +26461-224201

Pedestrian safety week
3-12 May 2013, Motor Vehicle Accident Fund of Namibia

The MVA Fund of Namibia will host the Pedestrian Safety week with the purpose of raising awareness of the dangers facing pedestrians and the increasing crashes involving pedestrians. The week will be officially launched by the Minister of Works and Transport, Honourable Erkki Nghimtina.

Contact: Catherine Shipushu

Second UN Global Road Safety Week 06-12 May 2013
6-10 May 2013, National Road Safety Council

There will be two events in Namibia, 03 May 2013, The Motor Vehicle Accident is organizing a half day event in Windhoek. The National Road Safety Council and the Regional Road Safety Forums will hold the Main event at Otjiwarongo, some 240kms north of the City of Windhoek.

Contact: Eugene Tendekule
Tel: +264 61 231717