School selection – AIP Foundation works with government partners to select new schools to benefit from the HFK program. School selection is based on the road environment of the school and the economic need of the community.
Teacher and parent trainings – Trainings are conducted for teachers and parents using training booklets and materials. The trainings focus on current road traffic laws and important safety skills. Parents and teachers deliver knowledge to students.
Helmet donations – High-quality standard helmets are provided to all students and teachers with Johnson & Johnson logos on them at the project schools. In the new school year, first graders and new students at selected schools will receive new helmets.
Launch ceremonies – Kick-off ceremonies are held at schools to introduce the project and to reinforce the messages of the HFK program. Students and teachers pledge their commitment to road safety and play road safety games.
Extracurricular activities – Activities to promote helmet use and safe road behavior, such as essay contests, art contests, and performance competitions, are chosen by the school and implemented at each school.
Billboard installation and educational material distribution – Road safety billboards are erected at each of the new schools and students, teachers, and parents at project schools receive educational materials communicating the importance of wearing a helmet.
Monitoring and evaluation – AIP Foundation monitors helmet compliance rates throughout the year by conducting pre- and post-donation helmet observations as well as ongoing crash case recording.
Review workshops – AIP Foundation conducts a review workshop attended by stakeholders from project schools and relevant government agencies to reflect on the challenges and successes of the program.