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.

Latest Poll

What would you like to learn more about?

  How to drive in a roundabout?
  How to drive on curves
  Where not to park your car
  The use of zebra lines by pedestrians & drivers

KUNHADI Road Safety Conferences


109 high school students at Saints Coeurs Jbeil joined Kunhadi for a road safety session on February...

Read More


80 students at Amjad School joined Kunhadi and the UNIFIL on February 13 for a road safety session to...

Read More


47 students at Notre Dame des Anges joined Kunhadi for a road safety session on February 1 to learn what...

Read More

KUNHADI Road Safety News


This article is originally featured on http://www.satprnews.com Posted on February 7, 2017 by Press...

Read More


Kunhadi Academy launched its most recent training specialised for delivery boys to help them enhance...

Read More

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


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

Read More


Beirut, Lebanon, July 20th, 2016: Kunhadi hosted its 17th edition of “Taxi Night”, in partnership...

Read More

Sign Up With Our News Letter

We rely on your contributions to continue our mission.

Donation Box


All fields with an * are required.

Full Name

Email *

Phone *

Amount (USD) *