|"Let me see you", the first charity project in central China's Hubei Province concerning children's safety launched on March 20.[Women of China/Zhu Fen]|
On March 20, in Hongshan Experimental Foreign Language School, Hubei Women's Federation, the Women and Children Development Foundation of Hubei Province and Hubei Huayanzhengbang Technology Co., Ltd. jointly launched "Let me see you", the first charity project in central China's Hubei Province concerning children's safety.
The high incidence of traffic accidents and high missing children rates have destroyed many families, and many women have given up their full time job to look after their children due to safety concerns. The "Let me see you" charity project is aimed at promoting children's traffic safety education, improving child travel safety awareness and society's attention towards children's traffic safety and reducing unintentional injuries.
Huayanzhengbang Technology Co., Ltd. is famous for its child safety bags and related products. This year it donated "Open G" safety bags and safety manual handbooks to women's federations. These bags and manuals were given to students in Hongshan Experimental Foreign Language School during the event.
Lectures on safety and a safety pantomime "Happy Wanderer" were presented to the students by the Wuhan Women and Children Activity Center, to help them learn about the importance of safety.
Vice President of Hubei Women's Federation Bao Qingfen and other officials attended the event.
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