[Hospital News] Guangzhou Children's Safety Promotion Center was established in Guangzhou Women and Children Medical Center
On October 18th, the Global Child Safety Organization (China) and the Guangzhou Women and Children Medical Center jointly established the Guangzhou Children's Safety Promotion Center, which was established at the Guangzhou Women and Children Medical Center.
The center set up a “Guangzhou Child Safety Education Base” in 30 kindergartens in Guangzhou, aiming to build a science platform for children's accidental injury prevention. At the same time, based on the Guangzhou Children's Accidental Injury Monitoring Network big data, it will further prevent children's accidental injuries in the whole community. And intervention work.
The project “Safety Boys and Hearts” was launched in Guangzhou on the same day.
Road traffic accidents have become an important factor threatening children's healthy growth. The World Health Organization survey shows that more than 700 children worldwide die every day due to road traffic accidents. In China, at least 30 families encounter road traffic accidents related to children every day. The Safe Childhood Program is a major initiative in the field of child safety.
It aims to reduce and prevent child injuries caused by road traffic and raise public awareness of the safety of children's passengers.
At the launching ceremony of the Safe Children's Project, volunteers and teachers from the Global Child Safety Organization conducted an open class demonstration for 15 children in Guangzhou Nansha Kindergarten. More than 100 local kindergarten teachers in Guangzhou observed the open class. Training on safe child riding classes was accepted at the site.
In the future, Guangzhou Children's Safety Promotion Center will continue to cooperate with the Global Child Safety Organization (China) to provide 30 child safety education bases as the city's intervention radiant points, and promote 1-2 children's safety education topics every year to prevent and intervene child safety. Scientific knowledge was promoted and diverged to benefit 1.8 million children in the city.
(Children's Health Department Hu Yan)