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School Safety Program

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stage in life and the road safety culture needs to be nurtured at an early stage because they are tomorrow’s drivers.

The concept is very simple – Usalama Watch Initiative will identify work with all schools countrywide to help with the following road safety measures:

  1. Identify a staff-member who is responsible, reliable and available for duty 2hours before and after the school day at an agreed crossing point. This staff member is called the Crossing Guard.
  2. Supervise the Crossing Guard to ensure that he/she appreciates the importance of his/her position and performs to high standards
  3. Orient children to the importance of the Crossing Guard and enforce the policy that they should only cross at a selected area.
  4. Supplement the pay of the selected crossing guard.
  5. Supplement pay of the crossing guard’s insurance.
  6. Provide orientation and periodic refresher training modules
  7. Establish a zebra crossing and other warning signs at a reasonable distance from the crosswalk
  8. Provide traffic uniform i.e. a branded reflector jacket and STOP sign for the crossing guards’ daily use.
  9. Sponsor the school to our road safety events like the children’s traffic park.
  10. Organize and coordinate the official school launch.

Schools we sponsor include:

  1. Mlolongo Primary School                   - Athi River County
  2. Milimani Primary School                    - Naivasha County
  3. Our Lady of Mercy Shauri Moyo      - Nairobi County



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