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The estimated cost of road accidents on the national economy

Estimated Cost Of Road Accidents On The National Economy Over a third of road traffic deaths in low-and middle-income countries are among pedestrians and cyclists. However, less than 35% of low-and middle-income countries have 37.23 billion USD Kenya, Gross domestic product policies in place to protect these road users. More than three-quarters (77%) of all road traffic deaths occur among men 1.24M 3000. the total number of road traffic deaths in the world per year. X KShs38,000 Kshs1.4B the average number of adults' deaths per year, the average Kenyan / earns about per month (16Million USD) approximate revenue lost every year according to the latest statistics. The risk of dying as a result of a road traffic injury is highest in the African Region (24.1 per 100 000 population), and lowest in the European Region (10.3 per 100 000). 80% of road traffic deaths Young adults aged between 15 and 44 years account for 59% of global road traffic deaths. -occur in middle-income countries, which account for 72% of the world's population, but only 52% of the world's registered vehicles. How Half of the world's road traffic deaths occur: 31% of deaths among car occupants Only 28 countries, representing 449 million people (7%´of the world's population), have adequate laws that address all five risk factors (speed, drink- driving, helmets, seat-belts and child restraints). 23% of deaths among motorcyclists 22% of deaths among pedestrians Concept & Design: Wambui N Kabue Sources: The forgotten victims of Kenya's road carnage, WHO, 5% of deaths among cyclists

The estimated cost of road accidents on the national economy

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An infographic that highlights the estimated monetary effect on the kenyan economy of road accidents.




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