Volunteering in Israel

Metuna

Why does METUNA exist?
Metuna was founded in 1993 as the direct result of the catastrophic conditions on Israeli roads. Even today after nine years, at least 2000 families are traumatised in one year by the death or serious injury of a loved one. The hospitals treat more road casualties than victims of enemy hostilities, civilian or military.

Who are the people behind METUNA?

The board of METUNA consists of doctors, scientists and other professionals whose work is published internationally and who participate in and organise conferences and workshops for both traffic experts and students in Israel and internationally. They are the voice and conscience of the people who are daily reminded of the horrors on our roads.

Who are the friends of METUNA?

METUNA has a membership of more than a 1000 families, many of whom have been the victims of irresponsible and dangerous drivers. The people involved with Metuna come from academia, science, society, business, sports, art, communications and the general public. Metuna works closely with institutions and agencies dealing with road safety.

Finance

The budget of Metuna comes from two main sources. Yearly membership fees and donations. Metuna does not receive any financial help from government or public sources.

What are METUNAs aims?

To reduce road deaths and serious injuries by the government implementation of
VISION ZERO

Our activities:
METUNA
lobbies to save lives and prevent serious injury on the road.
METUNAs activities are varied and ongoing.
METUNA creates projects for road safety which have been successfully evaluated.
METUNA co-operates with the establishment and experts in the field in order to advance the projects.
METUNA is a resource centre for students up to and including doctoral theses and educators.
METUNA supplies the media and general public with material and constructive suggestions on the issues of road safety for pedestrians,drivers and passengers.
METUNA initiates and runs courses all over the country to teach citizens how to correctly report traffic violations.

For more information:

Phone: 09-8844667
Fax: 09-8848320
Website: http://www.metuna.org
Email: metuna@netvision.net.il

 




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