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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 are a cause of over 9,000 road accident deaths annually.

2,000+ Safe drivers

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

10,000+ first-responders trained

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

67 Members of Parliament

across political parties signed two written appeals to the Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi giving bipartisan support for road safety.

356,173 supporters

urged Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to introduce the #RoadSafety Bill in the Parliament through #Savethe1M digital campaign launched by us.

2,000 Meetings facilitated

Since 2012, our team has met in person several Members of Parliaments, Government officials and political champions across party lines to advocate for stronger road safety laws. This dedication has put Road Safety on the agenda of Indian leaders like never before.

6,200 letters sent to PM

to request his intervention to ensure that a strong road safety bill is introduced immediately in the Parliament.

10 Partners

We work closely with civil society partners in across the country through a Coalition for Road Safety (COLORS). We achieved much more together than we could alone.

Your contribution enables us to

Mobilize Good Samaritans who help injured road crash victims through communication, information and training campaigns

Work with lawmakers to strengthen road safety and emergency care laws

Conduct pioneering research to identify solutions that will help save lives on Indian roads

Help apprehend trucks that break the law by carrying protruding rods

Train high-risk drivers in techniques of anticipatory driving to help them avoid crashes

Train police personnel and citizen volunteers in techniques of Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS) to enable them to save injured road crash victims

Work with State Governments, Police and local administration to improve enforcement and implementation of road safety and emergency care laws


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