Safe Driving Tips

Safe Driving Tips

BELT UP: Belt up and take responsibility for the safe restraints of others, including head restraints and child restraints.
CHECK UP: Do checks on your vehicle and do not drive defective vehicle
SHUT UP: Put your phone on message service and out of reach.

Global status report

The Global status report on road safety 2013 presents information on road safety from 182 countries, accounting for almost 99% of the world’s population. Read more..>

Profiles

Executive Director
Munene Gachuru
Munene Gachuru is a Road Safety graduate of Brake and Fedex Road Safety Academy – UK (2009) and has a certificate in Road Traffic Injury Prevention and Control in Low and Middle-Income Countries from John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health (2013). 

He is trained to offer Road Safety education by Brake and Fedex Road Safety Academy as well as being Brake charity Road Safety Ambassador.  Munene is the founder of Pamoja Road Safety Initiative (www.pamojaroadsafety.org) in 2009.  He has won the Association of Kenya Insurers Road Safety award in 2010 through the Organisation.  PRSI is a key player in matters of Road Safety in Kenya and has been recognised and partnered with other Global organisations for road safety projects in Kenya as a partner in RS10 in Thika and Naivasha.

Munene Gachuru holds a B.A (Hons) University of Nairobi and PGD in Integrated Public Relations from the London School of Public Relations.  He is a professional Member of Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK).

We must change the way we train and test our drivers.

Road safety starts with you.

Director
Imaya Ephraim
BA (Hons), MA - University of Nairobi
PGD Management - University of London

Mr Imaya is the General Manager of The Chello Foundation - UK.
He is gravely concerned with the road carnage statistics on our Kenyan roads. The death of one person has lifelong repercussions on those who are left behind by their loved ones and friends. With up to 95% of accidents being caused by driver error or someone doing something stupid.

We must wake up and play our part in reducing deaths and injury on our roads.

Patrick Kinyanjui Mburu - Program Manager and Lead Behaviour Change Consultant

Behaviour Change Communication expert, Graduate of Kenyatta University and University of Washington, Seattle. Monitoring Evaluation, and learning specialist in behavior, health education and promotion. He joined Pamoja in 2011 as a technical advisor to the board.

 

 

 

 

 

Finance and Administration Manager
Anne Munene

 

B. Comm – Accounting & Business Admin -Daystar University
CPA – Strathmore University
Msc in Financial Management - University of East London

Anne has 10 years experience in Finance and Administration in Kenya and UK.