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Club News: AAT expands road safety training for boda boda motorcyclists in Tanzania's coast regions


Publication date: 17 March 2015


The Automobile Association of Tanzania (AAT), in collaboration with the FIA Road Safety Grant Programme, continued their boda boda training programme by launching training for over 1,000 commercial motorcyclists in coastal regions, also known as ‘boda bodas’.

AAT Chief Executive Officer Yusuf Ghor said the training will be conducted for one month. “So far response from the riders has been overwhelming and we expect a good outcome.

“Road safety training initiatives have been deployed by AAT since 2013, and so far over 4,000 motorcyclists have been trained in Dar es Salaam alone.”

Training will be carried out with the support of the Tanzania Traffic Police Headquarters education unit and the Kibaha Regional Traffic Police. Statistics show that the ‘bodaboda’ accidents in Dar es Salaam region decreased last year by 36% as a result of various road safety training initiatives.

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