IMPROVING ROAD SAFETY AND EMERGENCY CARE ACROSS INDIA

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Motor vehicles (amendment) bill 2016 introduced in the Lok Sabha

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Why India needs a comprehensive road safety law

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Good Samaritans now protected by law

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Karnataka becomes the first State in India to introduce Good Samaritan Bill in State Assembly

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1,304,345

People in India have been killed in preventable road crashes in the last ten years.


5,085,691

People have been seriously injured or disabled in road crashes in the last ten years.

Key factors responsible for road accidents




Flawed road design and engineering



Bad road-user behavior



Lack of rapid trauma care



Weak enforcement of traffic law


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SaveLIFE Foundation (SLF) is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to improving road safety and emergency medical care across India.

Our Work




Policy Advocacy

We focus on collecting, compiling and generating authentic, verifiable data and information on Road Safety and Emergency Care in India and across the world. Based on original, expert-reviewed research and data, we propose policy changes in two broad areas: Accident Prevention and Post-Accident Response.

Road Safety Law Good Samaritan Law Legal Intervention




On-ground Intervention

We provide model on-ground training programs and pilot projects across different parts of the country that can be replicated by government organizations.

Jeevan Rakshak Program Adapt Program Zero Fatality Corridor


Our Impact


Secured protection of Good Samaritans

Following a writ petition filed by SLF in 2012, the Hon’ble Supreme Court gave ‘force of law’ to the guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued by the Central Government for protection of Good Samaritans from harassment by authorities.

Secured ban against the practice of carrying protruding rods

Through another writ petition, SLF secured a ban on trucks carrying protruding rods, which cause over 9,000 road accident deaths annually.

Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2016

Advocated for and worked with the government for the introduction of a national Road Safety Law.

67 Members of Parliament

across political parties signed two written appeals, which were facilitated by SLF, to the Hon'ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi giving bipartisan support for road safety.

2,000+ Safe drivers

Successfully trained high-risk commercial drivers through a proprietary, custom developed, blended learning program.

10,000+ First-responders trained

on the ground across Delhi, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, UP and Maharashtra.





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