United Nations World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
Sunday 18th November, 2012 is the United Nations World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims and Arrive Alive joined the global observation of this event to highlight the real consequences of unsafe choices when using the nation's roadways or where action or inaction by authorities ended in tragic results.
We have built Remembrance walls at the Grand Stand Savannah, Faith Park, Chaguanas, as well as Harris Promenade (close to City Hall) San Fernando to encourage all those to paste their photos of their loved ones lost on our nation's roads. Light a candle, keep the diyas burning, place flowers, say a prayer, and take photos. These memorials are there to remind us all that we stand together living with the pain of loosing a loved one....Gone but never forgotten!
Remembering Those Who Have Lost Their Lives
We have created a Wall Of Memories for those who have lost their lives in road traffic incidents. Please add in your loved ones.
If you have lost someone in a road traffic incident, this bereavement booklet may help One day at a time.