Posted: Saturday, December 2, 2023. 9:42 am CST.
Government of Belize Press Release
The National Commission for Families and Children (NCFC) solemnly addresses the recent surge in road fatalities that claimed the lives of eight individuals over the past few days. This alarming loss of lives underscores the urgent need for heightened awareness and concerted efforts to address road safety.
The NCFC extends its heartfelt condolences to the families affected by these tragic incidents. The commission stands in solidarity with the community during this challenging time and remains committed to advocating for measures that can prevent further loss of lives on our roads.
Each life lost is a profound tragedy that deeply impacts families and communities. We cannot stand idly by in the face of these devastating events. Therefore, this serves as a stark reminder of the critical importance of safe driving practices, and we implore everyone to take this matter seriously.
In response to these recent events, the NCFC will intensify its efforts to raise awareness about responsible driving and collaborate with relevant stakeholders to implement effective safety measures. The commission urges government agencies, law enforcement, and the public to work together to address the root causes of these incidents and implement proactive solutions.
The NCFC calls on the media to amplify the message of safe driving and encourages citizens to be vigilant on the roads. It is only through collective action that we can hope to reverse the trend of escalating road fatalities and create a safer environment for all.
We must continue to act positively for every Belizean family!
NCFC will continue to champion the rights, welfare, and development of Belizean children and families.
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