PROJECTS

First Aid Dispensary 

 

  • To build an equipped & staffed dispensary with First Aid & Trauma capacities for Mombasa-Nairobi road accident victims in partnership with Makindu Sikh Temple Hospital, in extension to the current facilities.

  • To recruit and train paramedics, nurses and surgeons.

Road Emergency Ambulances 

  • To acquire three equipped ambulances for First aid and transportation of injured to nearest hospital/trauma center

  • To sign with Hospitals, Flying Doctors, an intervention protocol for poor people to be transferred  (make sure that they intervene rapidly for accidents with hard injuries)

 

Support Victims

 

  • To ensure a 24/7 Contact Center & Helpline for injured people 

  • To provide legal support to road accident victims​ and their families 

Prevention 

  • To  contribute to the campaigns on the importance of respecting traffic rules and the tragic outcomes of road accidents

  • To contribute to the prevention actions : driving risk factors (fatigue, alcohol, drugs), route signs, traffic control, driving licenses issuance

  • To provide First Aid training and awareness on key aspects of trauma protocol

2016 Events
  • VDMF's participation to AFRICA ROAD SAFETY 2016 in Durban, South Africa 

http://www.grsproadsafety.org/content/5th-grsp-africa-road-safety-event#overlay-context=

  • WORLD DAY OF REMEMBRANCE for ROAD VICTIMS 20th of November 2016 in Nairobi

http://worlddayofremembrance.org/

  • VDMF's participation in December to Road Safety Workshop in Nairobi

https://www.unece.org/united-nations-special-envoy-for-road-safety/news-and-updates/2016/december/road-safety-workshop-for-anglophone-africa-held-in-nairobi.html

2017 Events

  • 15th April Makindu Sikh Hospital ACCIDENT&EMERGENCY Groundbreaking​

​Makindu Trauma Center Project moves forward :
The building of the extension of the current Makindu Sikh Hospital will start. The Accident&Emergency service of the new building is dedicated to save the victims of road crashes on the Nairobi -Mombasa highway !
VDMF represented by Paul Lotay and Dr. Parmindar Lotay

  • 9th May Speed Kills #SLOW DOWN United Nations Road Safety Week

Vlad Charitable Foundation Kenya (VDMF Kenya) organize the Speed Kills #SlowDown walk against the speeding with youth and kids from Mathare starting at Ngara Bus Station 6am, finishing around 12:00 in City Center Nairobi ! 

Slowing down is very safe ! 
We all want to arrive safely at our destination. By slowing down we make our roads safer for our children, families and friends.
ALIVE FIGHT THE ROAD CARNAGE !