Child Health Priorities Conference wraps up in Potchefstroom

Children are among the most vulnerable road users in South Africa, with crashes being the second leading cause of death for children aged 5 -14 years. According to Child Safe South Africa, child pedestrians and child passengers, are particularly vulnerable, constituting 62% and 36% of road fatalities, respectively.
Our reporter Sentleeng Lehihi brings us more details from the 10th Annual Child Health Priorities Conference at the North West University’s Potchefstroom campus.

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