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Title: Regional report on Status of road safety: the South-East Asia Region
Authors: World Health Organization
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: world Health Organization
Keywords: Accidents
Traffic prevention and control
Automobile driving legislation and jurisprudence education
Alcohol drinking
Head protective devices utilization
Data collection statistics
numerical data
Abstract: Road traffic injuries kill nearly 1.3 million women, men and children around the world every year and are responsible for hundreds of thousands of injuries and disability. World Health Organization estimates predict that road traffic injury will increase from being the ninth leading cause of death globally in 2004 to be the fifth leading cause of death by 2030. In 2004, road traffic injury was the tenth leading cause of death in the WHO South-East region and was responsible for 2% of all causes of mortality.
ISSN: 9789290223559
Appears in Collections:Post Graduate Grant (PG) Reports

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