Non-Governmental Organization for youth awareness on Road Safety, established in 2006 after the death of 18-year-old Hady Gebrane. Kunhadi aims to introduce a new culture of safe driving habits among the Lebanese community, notably the Lebanese youth aged between 15 and 29 years.

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KUNHADI Road Safety Conferences


The women committee at Hasroun Municipality invited Kunhadi to give a road safety conference...

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On May 18, Al Sanayeh garden was lively with children discovering and learning at the Children Health...

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30 parents joined the all-day event at Ecole Notre Dame Sahel Alma where students were exhibiting their...

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KUNHADI Road Safety News


As the wedding season kicked off, a new couple tied the knot over the weekend! What made Jessica and...

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Watching over the safety of its employees on the road, Ely Lilly invited Kunhadi on May 16 to give a...

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Road Traffic Crashes in Percentages

Crashes caused by Speed

Fatalities during weekend (Friday Saturday Sunday)

Male Fatalities

Fatalities aged 15 - 29 years

KUNHADI Road Safety Events


Beirut 21/3/2017 On the occasion of Mothers’ Day, Kunhadi held its seventh Mothers Day fundraising...

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The United Nations announced the third Sunday of every November a World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic...

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