We are seeking to lunching a road safety champagne to run through the UN Road Safety week to the 30 /sept/2013 (6/05/ - 30/ 09/2013 with an aim to promote the UN pedestrian safety campaign and better protect vulnerable school children from unable families who go hawking on the streets of major cities in Cameroon during holidays with an aim to raised money and support their families purchased school needs during school re-opening periods of which most them do end up as perminentl disable victims of road accident, and some do die on road accidents. As well as ensure that children return to school in September without road injuries.

From November /01/2013 – December /31/2013 cadva shall lunched the first every Road Safety Award to recognised and reward Road Transport companies and other stake holders in the Road safety domain in Cameroon that have distinguished themselves in promoting and potray Road safety public Awareness.

Research ,in line with our objective of assisting the Cameroon government in the promotion of road safety campaign and policy making, can is seeking to lunch a nation wide Road risk campaign ,as to identify major causes of accident in our high ways and in cities and adequate preventive measures, so national and international institutions ,coupled with individual researchers interested improving road safety policies in Cameroon can contact us.

The north west regional co-ordinator of cadva on his way out of rural road safety campaign meeting to educate motor bike riders in mejang village in Boyo division of the north west region of cameroon.

Cadva volunteers with elites and notables of mejang village after a one day workshop on safe riding of motor bikes and educative talks on the respect of the cameroonian road safety code in rural areas as to maintained rural road safety awareness and protect pedestrans.

A rural Road safety Awareness campaign work shop.




Doctors in Ghana have had to halt special prenatal home visits – part of an initiative to beat high maternal mortality – because road crash casualties are taking up so much of their time and scarce resources, medical workers say.