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SaferAfrica Newsletter n.5 - September 2019

SaferAfrica Newsletter issue aims to disseminate project updates as well as news and comments on road safety management. It is developed and compiled with contributions from the SaferAfrica Consortium Partners and relevant stakeholders.

In this issue: The SaferAfrica Legacy, All the SaferAfrica results now available!, Cultural values and road safety in Africa

SaferAfrica Newsletter n.4 - February 2019

SaferAfrica Newsletter issue aims to disseminate project updates as well as news and comments on road safety management. It is developed and compiled with contributions from the SaferAfrica Consortium Partners and relevant stakeholders.

In this issue: Pourquoi et comment les Pays Africains devraient-ils prendre la tête de l’Observatoire Africain de la Sécurité Routière? • The envisaged role of NGOs in the African Road Safety Observatory • What’s going on in the African Road Safety Observatory • From Gender to Road User Behavior: the SaferAfrica Thematic Factsheets and more..

SaferAfrica Newsletter n. 3 - July 2018

SaferAfrica Newsletter issue aims to disseminate project updates as well as news and comments on road safety management. It is developed and compiled with contributions from the SaferAfrica Consortium Partners and relevant stakeholders.

In this Issue: The African Road Safety Observatory was born; Implementation of the African Road Safety Action Plan: SaferAfrica Recommendations; How can an African Road Safety Observatory help to improve road safety in Africa? 

SaferAfrica Newsletter n. 2 - January 2018

SaferAfrica Newsletter issue aims to disseminate project updates as well as news and comments on road safety management. It is developed and compiled with contributions from the SaferAfrica Consortium Partners and relevant stakeholders.
In this issue: Road Safety Data Capturing and Management Challenges in Africa: SaferAfrica Recommendations; Stories from Cameroon and South Africa; Safety Cube Decision Support System; Road Safety in new H2020 Work Programme and more.

SaferAfrica Newsletter n.1 - July 2017

SaferAfrica Newsletter issue aims to disseminate project updates as well as news and comments on road safety management. It is developed and compiled with contributions from the SaferAfrica Consortium Partners and relevant stakeholders.
In this issue: New Network of Regional Road Safety Observatories by World Bank, OECD and FIA; Towards the Pan-African Road Safety Knowledge and Data Centre; Data-driven road safety under construction in Cameroon and more.

 

 

WP2 - Dialogue Platform

[SaferAfrica D2.1] Platform Statute

This deliverable is part of WP2 – Dialogue Platform of SaferAfrica. The Deliverable deals primarily with activities outlined in Task 2.1, more specifically the guidelines describing the responsibilities of the actors involved in the Dialogue Platform, the actions expected from each of them and the mechanisms of their cooperation with the objective to develop a stable institutional body.

[SaferAfrica D2.2] Activities Report 1

Platform activities are organized by the Secretary of SaferAfrica project, that is responsible of managing all the activities of the two main groups of the Dialogue Platform: the Management Board (MB) and the Stakeholders group (SG). The deliverable focuses on the MB activities.

[SaferAfrica D2.3] Activities Report 2

The deliverable focuses on the DP activities. The Dialogue Platform is a forum for discussing the evidence and the recommendations coming from the SaferAfrica project and where to foster their adoption in the fields of road safety and traffic management, capacity building and road safety interventions

[SaferAfrica D2.4] Activities Report 3

This deliverable is part of Work Package 2 (WP2) – Dialogue Platform of SaferAfrica project. The  project aims at establishing a Dialogue Platform between Africa and Europe focused on road safety  and  traffic  management  issues.  It  will  represent  a  high‐level  body  with  the  main  objective  of  providing recommendations to foster the adoption of specific initiatives, properly funded. 

[SaferAfrica D2.5] Activities Report 4

This deliverable is part of Work Package 2 (WP2) – Dialogue Platform of SaferAfrica project. The project aims at establishing a Dialogue Platform between Africa and Europe focused on road safety and traffic management issues.

[SaferAfrica D2.6] Network Expansion Report 1

This deliverable reports on the expansion of the SaferAfrica Dialogue Platform and describes the activities conducted, the new members and their contributions. It refers to the first 18 months of the project, from October 2016 to April 2018.

 

WP3 - Fostering dialogue on road safety and traffic management

[SaferAfrica D3.1] Assesment of the Action Plan and of regional instruments

The objective of Task 3.1 on which is based this deliverable is the Assessment of the implementation of the Action Plan and of regional instruments. The analysis has been realized at different spatial levels, country, corridor and continental levels.

[SaferAfrica D3.2] Fostering initiatives on road safety policies

The current report is part of SaferAfrica Task 3.2 within the Work Package 3. This chapter provides background on this WorkPackage and the Task. In the next chapter the method and data sources for this report will be further described.

[SaferAfrica D3.3] Fostering initiatives on road safety and traffic management

This Deliverable 3.3 focuses on identifying promising safe system projects for road safety management issues. The closely interrelated Deliverable D3.2 focuses on identifying promising safe system projects for policies.

[SaferAfrica D3.4] Capacity building initiatives 

The first objective of work package 3 is to contribute to the assessment of the implementation of  Action Plan 2011–2020 and to contribute to the final evaluation of the Action Plan by UNECA. This assessment of the Action Plan and of regional  instruments has been described in Deliverable 3.1. 

[SaferAfrica D3.5] Road Safety interventions initiatives

One of the main objectives of work package 3 is to define initiatives for different topics (i.e., road safety policies, road safety and traffic management,  capacity building and other road safety interventions). Those initiatives are designed to foster the  implementation of the Action Plan and to contribute to a better situation in terms of road safety.  

[SaferAfrica D3.6] Cultural values and road safety in Africa

he present report is focused on the influence of culture on road safety, more specifically applied to the African context.

 

WP4 - Pan-African Road safety knowledge and data centre 

[SaferAfrica D4.1] Survey Results: Road Safety Data, Data Collection Systems and Definitions

The objective of the present report is to outline the results of relevant surveys undertaken within the SaferAfrica project as well as existing road safety analysis documents in order to assess the current situation of Africa in terms of road safety data, data collection systems and definitions.

[SaferAfrica D4.2] Recommendations for a common data collection system and definitions

The objective of the present deliverable is to provide recommendations and guidelines for a minimum set of harmonised data collection procedures and standard definitions that could be applied in the short- to medium term to improve African data collection systems.

[SaferAfrica D4.3] Data analysis and identification of risk factors

The present deliverable aims to analyse road safety data collected in previous phases of the SaferAfrica project and identify key risk factors affecting road safety in African countries. More specifically, a data organisation and analysis system was developed for the data gathered in order to produce indicators and define critical areas and challenges per topic and region of Africa.

[SaferAfrica D4.4] Road Safety Data and Knowledge Centre Portal and Tool

The present Deliverable besides an overview of the African Road Safety Observatory describes specific integrations that were created within WP4 and WP2 of the SaferAfrica project for the development of certain knowledge and management tools as well as crowd sourcing functions. 

 

WP5 - Road safety and traffic management capacity reviews 

[SaferAfrica D5.1] Inception Report - Cameroon

This Inception Report serves as a primary input to facilitate discussions between the teams conducting road safety management capacity reviews on behalf of the SaferAfrica project and senior officials in Cameroon dealing with road transport matters in general and road safety in particular.

[SaferAfrica D5.2] Inception Report - South Africa

This Inception Report serves as a primary input to facilitate discussions between the road safety management capacity review team on behalf of the SaferAfrica project and senior officials in South Africa dealing with road transport matters in general and road safety in particular.

[SaferAfrica D5.3] Rapport Initial Tunisie

That report provides a comprehensive study for the road safety situation in Tunisia. It is the outcome of large-scale bibliographic investigation and rests upon the first outputs of an ongoing academic work undertaken in management science at Sfax University. 

[SaferAfrica D5.4] Inception report – Kenya

This Inception Report serves as a primary input to facilitate discussions between the road safety management capacity review team on behalf of the SaferAfrica project and senior officials in Kenya dealing with road transport matters in general and road safety in particular.

[SaferAfrica D5.5] Summary Report Comparison in Selected African Union Countries

This summary report is one of the key activities of the task 5.1 of the WP5. It was written starting from
the analysis of the Inception Reports (IRs) of the 5 selected African countries: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Kenya, South Africa and Tunisia. The main aim is to provide a first overview of relevant road safety and traffic management issues which are common to the whole continent. 

[SaferAfrica D5.6] Capacity Review – Tunisia

This road safety and traffic management Capacity Review (RSMCR) is based on international methodologies. It was carried out in Tunisia in 2017-2018. It is the outcome of broad investigation of
the road safety situation in Tunisia, including interviews and discussions with top key stakeholders.

[SaferAfrica D5.7] Capacity Review Report - Cameroon

This Road Safety Management Capacity Review serves as a vital first step in the process of Cameroon taking the necessary actions to tailor world report recommendation to its unique circumstances. The report provides a general background of the SaferAfrica project, gives some details regarding the work package dealing with Road Safety Management Capacity Reviews (RSMCR, WP5), provides an initial assessment of the road safety situation in Cameroon and finally provides an outline and planning for executing the RSMCR in four African countries. 

[SaferAfrica D5.8] Capacity Review - Burkina Faso

This road safety and traffic management Capacity Review (RSMCR) is based on international methodologies. It was carried out in Burkina Faso in March 2018. It is the outcome of broad investigation of the road safety situation in Burkina Faso, including interviews and exchange with top key stakeholders.

[SaferAfrica D5.9] Road Safety Management Capacity Review - Kenya

This report deals with the RSMCR (road safety management capacity reviews) conducted in Kenya in February 2018. The focus of the review is on how road safety is managed in Kenya rather than a detailed analysis of each of the underlying problems themselves. This RSMCRis the result of interactions between the review team and primary stakeholders in transport generally, and road safety particularly, and taking into account studies, research and data related to the development of road safety in Kenya.

[SaferAfrica D5.10] Road Safety Management in South Africa

This study was originally conceived as a road safety management capacity review, following an established methodology that is being applied in four other countries in the SaferAfrica project. For a variety of reasons, this was not possible for South Africa. A more limited, strategically oriented study was conducted instead. Thus, Along with the review of several documents, several people within stakeholder organisations have been interviewed, focusing on the agency’s road safety roles and responsibilities.

[SaferAfrica D5.11] Short term improvement plan 1: Cameroon

The focus of this report is the identification and preparation of projects for Cameroon belonging to the recommended in the Cameroon Capacity Review Bajia Usami, 2018. The projects for Cameroon are selected with the aim of accelerating the process from a low to a high capacity road safety management system. 

[SaferAfrica D5.12] Specification of Safe Systems Projects: Kenya

This report deals with Task 5.3 (Specification and selection of Safe System Approach projects) and then specifically specifying safe systems projects for Kenya.

[SaferAfrica D5.13] Short Term Improvement Plan Burkina Faso

The aim of this document is the identification and preparation of projects belonging to the Safe System road safety project recommended in the Capacity Review of Burkina Faso.

[SaferAfrica D5.14] Short Term Improvement Plan: South Africa

The project in South Africa was originally conceived as a road safety management capacity review. For a variety of reasons, this was not possible, and a more limited, strategically oriented study was conducted instead. Along with the review of several documents, such as the National Road Safety Strategy 2016‐2030 (NRSS), several people within stakeholder organisations have been interviewed, focusing on the agency’s road safety roles and responsibilities,

[SaferAfrica D5.15] Short Term Improvement Plan 1: Cameroon

The focus of this document is the identification and preparation of projects belonging to the Safe System road safety project recommended in the Capacity Review.

[SaferAfrica D5.16] Proposed organisational frameworks

This report is focused on Task 5.4 (Studies on National Road Safety Agencies) and presents an outline based on studies of National road safety agencies in Africa.

[SaferAfrica D5.17] Studies on the standardization of vehicles and road infrastructure – Cameroon Report

In terms of both road and vehicle standards countries on the African continent have been found to be lagging behind most international standards and practices (World Health Organization, 2015). Generally, vehicles in African countries are old, poorly maintained and regulated. The same applies for the road networks in many African countries. This document deals with these issues in Cameroon. 

[SaferAfrica D5.18] Assessment of Standards for Road design and vehicle safety in Burkina Faso: Proposed amendments and enabling project plans

Task 5.5 of the SaferAfrica project aimed to develop recommendations fostering the adoption of continental standards for vehicles and road infrastructures through the improvement and/or
integration of current legislation. This short report will focus on these standards in Burkina Faso, based on the Capacity review made in task 5.3 from the same work package 5.

[SaferAfrica D5.19] Assessment of Standards for Road design and vehicle safety in Tunisia: Proposed amendments and enabling project plans

In terms of both road and vehicle standards countries on the African continent have been found to be lagging behind most international standards and practices (World Health Organisation, 2015). Generally, vehicles in African countries are old, poorly maintained and regulated. The same applies for the road networks in many African countries. This document deals with these issues in Tunisia. 

[SaferAfrica D5.20] Assessment of Standards for Road design and vehicle safety in Kenya: Proposed amendments and enabling project plans

In terms of both road and vehicle standards, countries on the African continent have been found to be lagging behind most international standards and practices (World Health Organisation, 2015). Generally, vehicles in African countries are old, poorly maintained and regulated. The same applies for the road networks in many African countries. This document deals with these issues in Kenya. 

[SaferAfrica D5.21] Assessment of Standards for Road design and vehicle safety in South Africa: Proposed amendments and enabling project plans

In terms of both road and vehicle standards countries on the African continent have been found to be lagging behind most international standards and practices (World Health Organisation 2015). Generally, vehicles in African countries are old, poorly maintained and regulated. The same applies for the road networks in many African countries. This document deals with these issues in South Africa. 

 

WP6 - Capacity building and training actions 

[SaferAfrica D6.1] Road Safety Curriculum for Africa

The specific aims of WP6 was to identify training needs and to develop capacity building programs on road safety in African countries. This deliverable will formulate the major issues for developing a curriculum for road safety experts in Africa.

[SaferAfrica D6.2] Train-the-trainer manual

This manual is intended to support lecturers who wish to incorporate a course on road safety into the curriculum of another educational program.

[SaferAfrica D6.2] - Annex

In this annex of the Deliverable D6.2, an overview of this try-out version is detailed. In the first part of this document, the preparation of the course is discussed (aims, suggested program, target group and how we invited participants).
A second part describes the course, detailing the content and the adaptations we made during the
course. The third part is meant as an evaluation of this course.

[SaferAfrica D6.3] Advanced road safety course contents for African policy makers

This Deliverable reports on activities and outcomes of Task 6.3 of SaferAfrica project. This task will use knowledge built up in Task 6.1 to define training activities oriented towards experts, decision makers and people working for public administrations.

[SaferAfrica D6.4] Terms of Reference for Twinning Projects

Task 6.4 of SaferAfrica project aims at supporting road safety research capacity development in Africa by fostering the adoption of Twinning programs between European and African institutions. Twinning programs will help African countries acquire new skills and experience to improve road safety.

[SaferAfrica D6.5] Report on Twinning Program in Cameroon

This deliverable mainly consists of a report about the Twinning activities held in Cameroon. 

 

WP7 - Sharing of good practices 

[SaferAfrica 7.1] Analysis of good practices in Europe and Africa

This deliverable reports specifically on the activities undertaken for the first task in WP7, the analysis of good practice. The method undertaken in order to determine good practice is presented in section 3, followed by an analysis per pillar of the African Road Safety Action Plan (presented in sections 0 to 8) and then a consideration of cross-cutting and critical issues affecting road safety intervention efficiency (in section 9). The final chapter (section 10) provides recommendations moving in to the subsequent tasks of WP7. 

[SaferAfrica D7.2] Transferability Audit

This deliverable describes the main activities carried out in Task 7.2. The main outcome of this task is the development of a Transferability Audit tool able to identify barriers to the potential implementation of road safety good practices identified in Task 7.1.

[SaferAfrica D7.3] Good Practice Factsheet 2018 - Pedestrians

Despite having the lowest level of motorization in the world, the African region has the highest estimated road traffic fatality rate of 26.6 per 100,000 population. This indicates an urgent need for policymakers to ensure the prioritization of interventions specifically targeted at improving the safety of these vulnerable road users. 
The factsheet addresses this topic with a focus on Pedestrians. 

[SaferAfrica D7.4] Good Practice Factsheet 2018 - Powered two-wheelers (PTWs)

According to the Global status report on road safety (2015), While African countries, on average, had the lowest proportion oftraffic-related fatalities among PTW users (7%), some countries in the region had a proportion of PTW fatalities as high as those of the South-East Asia Region and Western Pacific Region (34%). A comparison with the 2018 Global status report on road safety shows that the share of PTW occupant fatalities s increased to 9% in the six years period between analysis. PTW is an increasing road safety problem. The factsheet addresses this issue. 

[SaferAfrica D7.5] Good Practice Factsheet 2018 - Overcoming the barrier effect of major roads Pedestrian overpasses/underpasses

Half of all road traffic deaths in the African region occur among vulnerable road users (pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists). The African region has the highest proportion of deaths among pedestrians at 39%, when the average around the world is around 22%.
The Factsheet addresses this issue and its potential interventions to guarantee safer roads for pedestrians.  

[SaferAfrica D7.6] Good Practice Factsheet 2018 - Public transport

In African countries, the road accident death rate is much higher compared to high income countries around the world, with an average of 26 6 deaths per 100 000 population.
The factsheet addresses this issue with a focus on the role of Public Transport as means to better the situation with many advantages for pedestrians and road users in general. 

[SaferAfrica D7.7] Good Practice Factsheet 2018 - Legislation and enforcement

Traffic laws affect all road users and regulate their behavior. Among others, the regulation of five key behavioral factors (speeding, drink/drug driving, use of seat belts, child restraints and motorcycle helmets) can have a positive impact on reducing crashes, injuries and deaths. Currently, legislation on these factors. 
The factsheet addresses this issue, focusing on potential interventions in the African legislation.

[SaferAfrica D7.8] Identification of potential local projects

This deliverable describes the main activities carried out in Task 7.3. The outputs of tasks 7.1 and 7.2 form the basis for evaluating the suitability of implementing the identified projects in the selected African countries; 4 related to road safety management, 3 related to capacity building, 4 related to safer roads and mobility, 5 related to safer vehicles, 6 related to safer road users and 3 related to improved post-crash care.

 

WP8 - Communication and dissemination

[SaferAfrica D8.6] Project Leaflet 2

SaferAfrica's 2nd Leaflet 

[SaferAfrica D8.7] Media Review of Articles and Events

The SaferAfrica Deliverable 8.7 “Media Review and Articles” is mainly a report concerning the media review of articles published and events performed all along the project.  

[SaferAfrica D8.8] SaferAfrica Workshop “Fostering Cooperation between Africa and Europe on Road Safety Observatories” at 6th IRTAD Conference, 11 October 2017 - Marrakech

On 11 October 2017, in Marrakech within the 6th IRTAD Conference “Better Road Safety Data for Better Safety Outcomes” SaferAfrica Workshop 1 was held, titled: “Fostering Cooperation between
Africa and Europe on Road Safety Observatories”.
The Workshop was primarily aimed at enabling discussion among major SaferAfrica stakeholders, with a specific focus on International organizations on the topic of traffic accident data and the newly born African Road Safety Observatory. 

[SaferAfrica D8.9] SaferAfrica Dialogue Platform Workshop, 8 Nov 2018, Abidjan

On 8th of November 2018, the SaferAfrica Dialogue Platform Workshop was held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The Workshop represented an opportunity to deeply examine the Road Safety Management in Africa, thanks to the participation of both representatives from the SaferAfrica consortium as well as personalities coming from prominent African organizations. During the Workshop, Good Practices in the field of Road Safety in Africa were analyzed with a view to assessing their transferability.

[SaferAfrica D8.10] “SaferAfrica Final Conference”, 18 September 2019 – Tunis, Tunisia

The “SaferAfrica Final Conference”, 18 September 2019 – Tunis, Tunisia represents the Deliverable named D8.10 – Final Conference. This document is aimed at reporting about the event in terms of Main issues raised and Communication.

[SaferAfrica D8.11] Report about crowd-sourcing 2

This deliverable is a result of the activities undertaken in Task 8.2: Crowd-sourcing on road safety in Africa. The task is focused on the management of the “participative” area of the African Road Safety Observatory, developed in Task 4.5: Setup of “participative” Road Safety Knowledge and Data Centre. 

[SaferAfrica D8.12] Report about crowdsourcing 2

This deliverable is a result of the activities undertaken in Task 8.2: Crowdsourcing on road safety in Africa. The task is focused on the management of the “participative” area of the African Road Safety Observatory, developed in Task 4.5: Setup of “participative” Road Safety Knowledge and Data Centre.

[SaferAfrica D8.13] Report about Crowdsourcing – SaferAfrica Webinars

This deliverable is part of WP8 ‐ communication and dissemination. The deliverable focuses on the webinar series carried out in the African Road Safety Observatory.

[SaferAfrica D8.14] Report about crowdsourcing 4

This deliverable is a result of the activities undertaken in Task 8.2: Crowdsourcing on road safety in Africa. The task is focused on the management of the “participative” area of the African Road Safety Observatory

[SaferAfrica D8.15] Report about crowdsourcing 2

This deliverable is a result of the activities undertaken in Task 8.2: Crowdsourcing on road safety in Africa. The task is focused on the management of the “participative” area of the African Road Safety Observatory, developed in Task 4.5

 

Other Publications of interest 

SaferAfrica Press Release: The African Road Safety Observatory now on line.

With more than hundred high-profile African stakeholders already engaged, covering the totality of African countries and the commitment of thirteen representatives from prominent international organizations, the African Road Safety Observatory is now online at africanroadsafetyobservatory.org 

HI and UITP on safe and accessible public transport

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a powerful framework for the period 2015 – 2030 to guide local communities, countries and the international community toward the achievement of disability-inclusive development. The 2030 Agenda pledges to leave no one behind, including persons with disabilities, and has recognized disability as a cross-cutting issue, to be considered in the implementation of all of its goals.

FIA: Policy Position on the General Safety Regulation

FIA Region I urges the European Union to support ambitious safety targets in its policies. High vehicle safety standards place European motor vehicles amongst the safest in the world. These standards promote research and development, thus contributing to the long-term competitiveness of the European automotive industry. 

ITF - Road Safety Annual Report 2018

The International Road Traffic and Accident Database (IRTAD) of the International Transport Forum (ITF/OECD) recently published the summary version of the Annual Report 2018, which provides an overview of road safety performance for 32 countries. The Report also includes data about African regions. 

MyLac Project: My Live after the Crash

MyLAC is a project jointly conducted by the Vias Institute and FEVR (Federation Europeenne des Victimes de la Route) with the aim to better understand the range of consequences of road crashes for injured #RoadVictims. 

ITF – Speed and Crash Risk, 2018

The International Road Traffic and Accident Group (IRTAD) of the International Transport Forum (ITF/OECD) recently published a new Report “Speed and Crash Risk”, with the relevant contribution of NTUA.

The Report is aimed to analyze eleven cases from ten countries that have recently changed speed limits or introduced a large-scale automatic speed control.

ETSC – EU Funds for Road Safety in the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has recently published a Position Paper titled "EU Funds for Road Safety in the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027". The paper contains a series of recommendations for funding for road safety initiatives within the next long-term EU budget, known as the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).

SaferAfrica mentioned within the EU Guide "Safer Roads for All"

On 20 February 2018, the European Commission has published the “Safer roads for all: the EU good practices Guide”. The guide has been realized by the DG Mobility and Transport and it represents an attempt to review all the European activities in the field of road safety. Furthermore, the Guide quotes SaferAfrica as one of the most important EU-funded projects in the field of Road Safety. 

 

Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, No. 87 "Transport and Sustainable Development Goals"

The Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific is a peer-reviewed journal published once a year by the Transport Division (TD) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). The current issue focuses on the theme of “Transport and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”. 

Road Safety Annual Report 2017

IRTAD (International Traffic Safety Data and Analysis Group) has realized the Road Safety Annual Report 2017 aimed to provide an overview of road safety performance for 2015 in 40 countries, adding also some preliminary data of 2016 and detailed reports for each involved country. Furthermore, the Report includes cross country comparisons using key safety indicators.

These indicators include detailed analysis by road user, age group and type of road. Indeed the Report describes the crash data collection process in IRTAD countries, the road safety strategies and targets in place, and information on recent trends in speeding, drink-driving and other aspects of road user behavior.

United Nations Secretary General Report "Improving global road safety” - August 2017

On the 24th August 2017 in New York, the Secretary General of the United Nations presented to the General Assembly the Report on road safety: “Improving global road safety”.The SaferAfrica Project is mentioned within the “Road Safety Management” section of the Report.

African Road Safety Observatory's related Card.

African Road Safety Observatory's related Card for dissemination purposes.