The SR4Y baseline study, involving over 11,000 young people, provides new scientific inputs on drink-driving amongst youth in emerging countries.
In the spotlight: Young people who admit to drink driving:
• Argentina 29% (in the past three months)
• South Africa 23.6% (in the past three months)
• Vietnam 22% (in the last year)
See what else we discovered and read the full SR4Y Baseline reports here:
Introduction to the project
Every day, drink-driving affects the lives of millions of young people in emerging countries across the world.
Safe Roads 4 Youth (SR4Y) is a project that aims to gain insight, change attitudes and ultimately save lives amongst young people in some of the countries where drink-driving poses the greatest risk - Argentina, South Africa and Vietnam.
We are the first research-action project to simultaneously test and evaluate the effectiveness of drink-driving prevention actions within these countries.