Car and General Donates a TVS Motorcycle for use during Motorcycle Rider Training

Black Spot Map Presentation to NTSA

2014 Road Safety Caravan Flag Off

General Stakeholders Meeting Private Sector World Bank and Ministry of Transport

Hand over of Salgaa Highway Rescue Centre to St John's Ambulence

Lower Kabete Road Safety Ambassadors entertain guests during 2014 WDR

Gazebo Donation at Spinal Injury Hospital

Boda Boda Riders During a Road Safety Training

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Goals and Objectives

 

Africa Road Safety Corridors Initiative builds on the principle that road crash injuries are predictable and preventable and that road safety is for all road users. Further, that a national lead road safety agency that prompts encourages and assists the road safety stakeholders for evidence based road safety action, with targets, monitoring and evaluation is key.

Progressively stakeholders will build and share knowledge and increase the ownership of an Africa specific road safety experience.

 

Safe Way Right Way / Africa Road Safety Corridors Initiative objectives are;

Overall: Promote road safety initiatives for road users on the Northern and Central Corridors.

Specifics;

  • To improve road safety and contribute to the achievement of national and local targets on fatalities and injuries resulting from road crashes.
  • To reduce the level of road crashes in urban areas and along the major transport corridors.
  • To improve road and community safety, particularly for the most vulnerable users of the transport network.
  • To work closely with the government, private sector and other stake holders to develop a coordinated approach and solutions to problems through the delivery of joint road safety projects, and exchange of information on the best practice, development and the best value for money.
  • SWRW to implement ARSCI activities on the Northern and Central Corridors
  • To raise adequate finances to fund SWRW road safety activities.

 

The ARSCI Project outcomes, at the end of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety, are:

  • A vibrant public private partnership on road safety, with active civil society debate and with continued multi-media visibility;
  • A fully prepared state of the art road safety policy and investment program, with at least identified source of financing and firm commitment for all investment activities;
  • A fully designed road safety regulatory package, including for driving code and vehicles, and a road map for harmonization with other Regional Economic Community countries;
  • An effective road safety monitoring and a casualty data base along the corridor;
  • An effective self enforced safe fleet management among the project partners along the Corridor, including private sector participants, Official Development Aid and humanitarian agencies, and selected public institutions and government agencies, and including their transporters and sub-contractors;
  • Road safety audits in all donor funded and road fund approved investments, rehabilitation and periodic maintenance of the road corridor;
  • The documentation of the roll out of the project and lessons to replicate it in conjunction with African leadership institutions;
  • The number of road casualties along the corridor has been reduced by 10% from the pre-project estimates.

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