सडक सुरक्षाका लागि महिला बाइकर्स -याली


सडक सुरक्षाका लागि महिला बाइकर्स -याली

काठमाडौं – इन्टरनेसनल फिमेल राइड डे २०१९ तथा फिफ्थ युएन ग्लोबल रोड सेफ्टी विकको अवसरमा आज महिलाहरुको मोटरसाइकल/स्कुटर -याली आयोजना भएको छ । 

-याली फर रोड सेफ्टी भन्ने नाराका साथ शुरु भएको सो ¥याली नेपालमा बिगत दश वर्ष देखि मोटर र मोटरसाइक्लिङ्ग स्पोर्ट्स, अटोमोबाइल मोबिलिटी एन्ड टु ह्विल टुरिजम तथा रोड सेफ्टीमा संलग्न राष्ट्रिय संघ नेपाल अटोमोवाइल्स एसोसिएसन (नासा) अन्तर्गतको महिला कमिसनको आयोजनामा सम्पन्न भएको हो ।

ब्याक टु नेचर नेपाल प्रालिको सहयोगमा भएको सो -याली तिनकुनेस्थित महिला रेस्लिङ्ग फाउन्डेसनबाट शुरु भई कोटेश्वर, बालकुमारी, सातदोबाटो, जावलाखेल, कुपन्डोल, त्रिपुरेश्वर, सुन्धारा हुदै लैनचौर पुगी समापन भएको थियो ।

पछिल्लो समय साहसिक पर्यटन तथा साहसिक खेलकुद नेपालमा मात्र नभई संसारमै लोकप्रिय हुदै गइरहेको छ जसमा ड्राइभ टुरिजम, टु व्हिल टुरिङ्ग, अफ रोड -याली, टीएसडी -याली तथा क्रस कन्ट्री जस्ता मोटरिङ्गका इभेन्टहरु समेत रहेका छन् ।

महिला सशक्तिकरण तथा सडक सुरक्षाको सन्देश दिने हेतुले आयोजना भएको सो -यालीको सुरुवातमा सम्पूर्ण राइडर्सहरुलाई सेफ राइडिङ्ग सम्बन्धि प्रशिक्षण समेत प्रदान गरिएको कार्यक्रम संयोजक सञ्जु बज्राचार्यले जारी गरेको विज्ञप्तिमा उल्लेख गरिएको छ ।

रेसनारी च्याम्पियनशिप


रेसनारी च्याम्पियनशिप

‘वुमन ईन स्पोर्टस् एण्ड एडभेन्चर’ राष्ट्रब्यापी अभियान अन्तर्गत आयोजना भएको रेसनारी नेसनल च्याम्पियनशिप २०१७ नौलो प्रतियोगिताको रुपमा देखियो ।

महिलालाई साहसिक खेलमा अग्रसर गराउन आयोजना भएको मोटो स्कुटर रेसिङ प्रतियोगितामा सहभागि भएका २१ जना महिला राईडरले होण्डाको नाभी चलाए । गत बर्ष देखि संचालनमा आएको उक्त प्रतियोगितामा सहभागि भएका खेलाडीहरुले १ सय १० सिसिको मोटो स्कुटर चलाएका थिए ।

सातदोबाटोको स्विमिङ पुल कम्प्लेक्समा आयोजना भएको उक्त प्रतियोगिताको आयोजना नेपाल अटोमोबाइल्स एसोसिएसन (नासा) अन्तर्गत रहेको नेपाल मोटरसाइकल फेडरेसन क्लबले गरेको थियो ।
महिलाहरु विच साहसिक र रोमाञ्चक स्पोर्टस्को रुपमा देखा परेको यो प्रतियोगितामा दीक्षा श्रेष्ठले पहिलो स्थान हासिल गरेकी थिईन् ।

यो प्रतियोगितामा विजेता भएवापत श्रेष्ठले नगद १० हजार रुपैंयाका साथै आगामी बर्ष थाईल्याण्ड वा मलेसियामा आयोजना हुने एसियाली स्तरको रेसिङ प्रतियोगितामा सहभागिता जनाउने छन् । यस्तै गरी दोस्रो हुने बर्षा बस्नेतले नगद ७ हजार रुपैंया र तेस्रो हुने सुनिता देसारले ५ हजार रुपैंया र शिल्ड पाएकी थिईन् ।

रोड सेफ्टीको लागि परामर्श बैठक


रोड सेफ्टीको लागि परामर्श बैठक

काठमाडौं–रोड सेफ्टीको लागि नेपालको सरकार, पेशागत सामाजिक तथा व्यवसायीक संघसंस्थाहरु आ-आफ्नो स्थान बाट सक्रिय रहेका छन् ।त्यसैगरी नेपाल तथा विस्वकै विकास नियोगहरु ,संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघ तथा तिनका निकायहरु समेत कार्यरत छन् । त्यस्तै नेपालमा समेत विगत १ दशक देखि नासा लगायतका दर्जनौ संघ संस्थाहरु यस क्षेत्रमा क्रियाशील छन् । रोड सेफ्टीको ५ पिलर मध्ये POST CRASH MANAGEMENT  एउटा महत्वपूर्ण कार्य हो । जसको लागि विश्वमै  WHO लगायतका संघसंस्था सकृय रहेका छन् ।

 

नेपालमा समेत  WHO Nepal ,रोट्री क्लब , रोड सेफ्टी फोरम नेपाल ,नेपाल मेडिकल कलेज , ओर्थोपेडिक एसोसिएसन ,नासा फाउन्डेसन जस्ता संस्थाहर स्वास्थ मन्त्रालय ,यातायात मन्त्रालय  तथा तिनको निकायसंग सहकार्य गरिरहेका छन् ।

 

WHO Nepal को समन्वयमा यस हप्ता काठमाडौँमा POST CRASH MANAGEMENT  सम्बन्धि नीति ,  तथा हाल संचालन भईरहेका क्रियाकलापमा  परामर्स बैठक , मिटिंग तथा अन्तरक्रिया समेत  भाइरहेको छ ।

 

गत असोज ३ गते काठमाडौँमा त्यस्तै एउटा महत्वपूर्ण परामर्श बैठक सम्पन्न भएको छ । जसमा विस्व स्वस्थ संगठन दक्षिणपूर्वी एसियाका सल्लाहकार डा. पतन्जली देव नायर , प्राध्यापक डा. बुलन्द थापा  (अध्यक्ष् नेपाल ओर्थोपेडिक एसोसिएसन ), डा.सुशील कुमार जोशी तथा डा. पुष्पराज पन्त (नेपाल मेडिकल कलेज) लगायतका व्यक्तिहरु हुनुहुन्थ्यो। 

नासाका महासचिव गोविन्द भट्टराई , ई.लक्ष्मण के.सी (नेइए), डा.लोनिम प्रसाई दिक्षित् (WHO) तथा टिकाराज पौडेल (ने.रे.सो ) र सुवास भट्टराई (नासा फाउन्डेसन) समेत सो बैठकमा सहभागी हुनुहुन्थ्यो ।

 

   नेपालमा आगामी दिनमा POST CRASH MANAGEMENT सम्बन्धि संचालन गरिने नीतिगत कार्यक्रम र WHO ले गर्न सक्ने सम्भवित सहयोग सम्बन्धि समेत छलफल भएको सो मिटिंगको अध्यक्ष्ता स्वस्थ मन्त्रालयका डा. भोला श्रेष्ठले गर्नु भएको थियो ।

  तसर्थ भन्न सकिन्छ यस हप्ता नेपाली रोड सेफ्टीको क्षेत्रमा विभेष उल्लेख रह्यो ।

The FIA is dedicated to improving the safety of every day road users throughout the world.


The FIA is dedicated to improving the safety of every day road users throughout the world.

An estimated 1,3 million people are killed each year on the roads worldwide and 50 million injured. That corresponds to 3,000 fatalities every day, including 500 children: an unacceptable human, economic and social cost for our societies.

 

 

To combat this, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile has created the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign, employed the UN’s Safe System Approach and strengthened cooperation with motoring and sporting member clubs via the deployment of the FIA Road Safety Grant Programme.

 

In May 2011, when the United Nations launched the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety with a goal to save five million lives and reduce road-related injuries by 50 million worldwide over the next 10 years, the FIA created the Action for Road Safetycampaign. This campaign supports the UN initiative through its global network of motoring and touring clubs and its involvement with motor sports. The FIA Foundation welcomed this initiative and agreed to fund the FIA Strategic Road Safety Programme with an endowment of one million euros per annum.

 

To further tackle this global crisis, the FIA actively supports the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, calling on governments at a national and international level to embrace the Safe System Approach and promote action on capacity building, safe drivers, safer vehicles, safer infrastructure and post-crash response.

 

 

The efforts of the FIA in these fields are complemented by the activities of the FIA’s motoring clubs, which have become leading voices for road safety in their respective countries, encouraging governments to make road safety a national priority.

 

 

The FIA Road Safety Grant Programme supported by the FIA Foundation welcomes initiatives from FIA member clubs in promoting concrete actions in the five main areas of the UN Decade of Action global plan. Since 2012, the Grant Programme has awarded over 230 innovative initiatives in more than 75 countries. These projects cover several activities such as awareness campaigns, educational programmes, trainings or researches on a wide range of topics, among them, child safety, post-crash care, distracted driving or vulnerable road users’ protection.

For any further information about the FIA Road Safety Grant Programme, please contact Priscilla Le Lièvre Grants Coordinator (plelievre@fia.com).

 

THE SAFE SYSTEM APPROACH:
CAPACITY BUILDING

In its role of observer at the UN Economic Commission for Europe/ Geneva (UNECE) the FIA is actively supporting the work of the Working Party on Road Traffic Safety (WP.1), the only permanent body in the United Nations system that focuses on improving road safety globally.

With the view of facilitating international cooperation and strengthening global coordination with UN agencies and other international stakeholders working on road safety, the FIA is an active member of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC).

The FIA is contributing to the work of IRTAD,  the International Road Traffic and Accident Database, established at OECD as a mechanism for providing an aggregated database in which international accident and exposure data are collected on a continuous basis.

As a global campaigner the FIA plays  a leading role in promoting awareness and responsibility not only among motorists, but all road users through education, campaign  and information. Campaigns are aimed at encouraging safe driving practices as well as lifelong learning and training, targeting the different risk groups.

SAFE DRIVERS

As a global campaigner the FIA plays  a leading role in promoting awareness and responsibility not only among motorists, but all road users through education, campaign  and information. Campaigns (link to sessions “campaigns”) are aimed at encouraging safe driving practices as well as lifelong learning and training, targeting the different risk groups.

SAFER VEHICLES

The FIA promotes vehicle design that protects the driver and the occupants as well as vulnerable users. Cofounder and member of the EuroNCAP programme, the FIA and its member clubs cooperate with other CAPs globally to improve vehicle safety and to provide consumers with an independent assessment of the safety performance of their vehicles.

Member of the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29), the worldwide regulatory forum related to safety and environmental aspects of the vehicles. 

As new technologies are creating greater opportunities for road safety with more intelligent systems being developed for road vehicles, the FIA is fully committed to encouraging the deployment of the most promising active safety solutions to improve road safety.

SAFE INFRASTRUCTURE

Safer road infrastructure is a key element of effective strategies to reduce the rising trend of road fatalities. The FIA and its members started and continue to support the iRAP program, operating in more than 70 countries, in partnership with governments and non-government organisations to inspect high-risk roads and develop star ratings and safer road investment plans.

POST-CRASH INTERVENTIONS

Prompt, good-quality first aid can save the lives of many people injured in road traffic crashes.

Building on the established cooperation with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the world's largest humanitarian network, the FIA promotes initiatives in regions of the world aimed at raising the awareness of the importance of first aid knowledge in giving immediate assistance to victims of road accidents.

4th UN Global Road Safety Week 2017 (8 – 14th May 2017)


4th UN Global Road Safety Week 2017 (8 – 14th May 2017)

With the help of FIA since second Road Safety Week and some social and private companies in Nepal; NASA conduct different types of Road Safety programs in continuously. Swantantra Abhiyan Nepal along with Road Safety Forum Nepal, Surakshit Yatra Abhiyan and Institute of Automotive Engineers (IAE) are call for Road Safety Week starting from 6-22 May 2017. Various events were conducted as a part of the Road Safety Week Celebration.

 

Every year the lives of approximately 1million people are cut short as a result of High Speed. Between 20 and 50 million more people suffer non-fatal injuries; with many incurring a disability as a result of their injury about 1.25 million people die each year. So, UN gives more importance to Speed Management this year.

 

Due to local level election in Nepal we celebrate this program from 6th to 22nd May. In all the programs organized by NASA foundation we got a good support from above mentioned organization along with Nepal Traffic police, local political party and Road Safety Alliance.

 

The week celebration started with:

 

  • 5th May –Dhulikhel, Damak & Sindhuli:

 

This year we start Road Safety Week from city just near from Kathmandu. We started empowerment rally just around city. In rally students, teachers, parents and local leaders were participated. Rally was started by Mr. Niraj Khadka (Member of NASA), Ms. Namrata Shrestha (Member of NASA foundation) and leaders of Nepal Police. HISSAN KavreDistrict Police office and other local organization give huge support for rally. After rally we conduct inter school Road Safety Quiz Contest which includes reasons of road accident, ways of controlling, Slow down & Road Safety, role of young student to minimize road accident etc. We distribute books and playing material which include road safety knowledge as a prize for winner of Quiz Contest. Road Safety Rally distributing brochure, pamphlets, and kits was organized at Damak & Sindhuli. A walkathon consisting of more than 1000 persons covered most of the area of the city.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Slow Down Motorcycle Rally:

 

We start Women Motorcycle Rally from Sano Themi Technical School to Satdobato on early morning of 6th May. All women’s riders of NASA were participating in this Slow down Awareness Rally. There are around 50 Bickers participating in this rally. Before starting rally there was short training regarding role of Slow Down in Road Safety and Speed Management. In same day participates of Slow down Motorcycle Rally work as Volunteers in Racemandu. At the end of rally we launch web page of Female Riders.

 

  • Discussion with policy makers Law/Policy Makers:

 

Next important program of Road Safety Week is discussion with policy & Law makers which was held in Nepalgung on 13th May. In association with Communication and Human Rights Nepal different political leaders give clear speech in present Law and policy about Speed Management and practice in Nepal. Law makers make clear about present practice of Road Safety. In this program government officer, Human rights worker, Traffic Police, Business organization were present. The entire conclusion after discussion regarding upcoming transport law, road safety working agenda will be handover to local organization.

 

  • National Conference on Speed Management:

 

National Conference on Speed Management is the most important program for 4th Road Safety Week. This is the most important conference after the first road safety conference which was held in 2016. In first conference we discuss in different topics but in this conference we discuss in single topic which was held in 19th May in Hotel Aryal International with three main working agendas which include Speed Management through Road Design, Vehicle and Speed Management and Speed Management. In that program three major law related working procedure was describe by Mr. Ashish Gajurel (Vice president of Road Safety Forum Nepal), Er. Basudev Timilsena (Board Member- Institute of Automotive Engineers IAE Nepal) and Mr. Thapa(Associate Professor Kathmandu School of Law). Program was conducted by Mrs. Writu Bhatta (Member of Safety Journey Abhiyan) and Mr. Govinda Bhattarai (General Secretary of NASA) as chief guest. Mr. Krishna Dulal (General Secretary of NADA), Engineers of Transport department, representative of Traffic police, political leader of Bhaktapur district talk in above three agenda.

 

Suggestion from that conference was collected and will be submitted to parliament, office of Transport management and state office. In that conference Santosh Neupane (Secretory of that program) makes promise in front of 50 participates from different sector that this organization will conduct such program in seven states of Nepal next year.

 

  • Conference about Smart City with political Leaders:

 

This is next program of Road safety week. This program was held in western part of Nepal with local political leaders. In 22nd May Mr. Govinda Bhattarai deliver speech on importance of vehicle management and Road safety in Smart City. All participants of that conference demand with political parties to make this city safer. This might be first conference in Nepal about road safety with candidate. This program was live telecast by Lumbini TV. In that program we discuss about the criteria of Smart City, road and transport facilities & responsibility of political leaders. After discussion we finalize to make road safety mapping in this city. In this program political leaders of CPN UML, Maoist Center and other give their views about road safety and management. President of Tilottama Business Association as chief guest of program and General Secretary of Surakshit Yatra Abhiyan conduct program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Signature Campaign on Save Lives # Slow Down

 Signature campaign on speed management and slowdown was organized on different parts of Nepal. Peoples of different groups and profession like lawyers, policy makers, youth, students, players, pedestrians etc participate at the signature campaign.

  • Promotional Activities & Social Media Campaign

 

For the promotion of Fourth UN Global Safety Week 2017, NASA make a separate named 'UN Global Road Safety Week Nepal' Facebook page and shared all of its activities through that page. Road Safety Selfie Campaign was also organized on which people take a selfie with road safety poster on background and share it on their respective Facebook accounts.

 

https://www.facebook.com/UN-Global-Road-Safety-Week-Nepal-284022585354003/?pnref=story

 

Two more programs were conducted in this 4th UN Global Road Safety Week.

 

  1. Talk program about 'Responsibility of Stakeholder in Road Safety' was conducted in 26th April in Kathmandu and transport minister of Sri Lanka Mr. Ashok Avishigh was the chief guest of the program.

 

Working agenda was described by Mr. Milan Raj Dharel (representative of Swanatrata Abhiyan) and Mr. Govinda Prasad Bhattrai make clear about list of programs conduct in Road Safety Week. Yam Nath Sharma (UNDP Nepal Office), Loniv Prasai (WHO), Devipriya Hattirachai (Automobile Association of Ceylon), Minmar Lama(Head of Traffic police Nepal) talk about Road Safety Management.

 

 

 

 

 

 2.Road Safety National Award was distribute to Mr. Rabindra Adhikari(Political leader of Nepal) In April 28 Ashok Avishingh handover cash Rs.11111 and Award. In this Award handover ceremony ambassador of sirlanka, political leaders, position holders of National Road Safety Alliance and 110 other leaders where attending that program.

 

Singh describe about road safety procedure, Defensive Driving and international Driving Permit. Award holder Adhikari promise to work with NASA and National Road Safety Alliance.