This initiative is designed to help children understand the rules and signs of the road and how to use the road safely.
An interactive approach to education
In line with the Total Ghana commitment to safety and the launch of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 proclaimed by governments around the world on 2nd March 2010, the Total Group and Total AMO launched its Road Safety Cube Programme in 2010. The programme involves using practical demonstrations and interactive sessions to educate learners about road safety at a young age and to create awareness amongst learners about the rules and signs on the road using interactive training methods and materials such as the red cube branded with Total’s name. It uses road sign icons to teach learners about road safety and good safety habits. To date, the campaign has made a meaningful impact on 25000 learners in Ghana
Why this is such an important programme
“Road traffic accidents are a global health problem and a critical obstacle for the sustainable development of society. Reversing the trend requires collaboration and dedication. Too many children are victims of road accidents and Total is committed to teaching them how to be aware of the dangers of the road.