GOB to Provide Better Support to Victims of Road Traffic Incidents

GOB to Provide Better Support to Victims of Road Traffic Incidents

The Government of Belize is taking a step further to address the aftermath of road traffic incidents. This is being done by providing psychosocial attention to RTA survivors and the families of the victims. The Second Road Safety Project has partnered with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to offer counselling and support to individuals and families affected by these tragic incidents. Project Manager, Zane Castillo, says the initiative aims to provide a more holistic approach to road safety and mitigate the long-term impacts of accidents based on the outcomes from a survey that was conducted in Belize.

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