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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Role of S.W.R.W.

The UN General assembly has described road crashes as a major public health problem that imposes a range of socio-economic burdens that may affect sustainable development of countries and also the achievement of Millennium Development Goals. In responding to this global epidemic, the UN declared 2011-2020 as the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety. UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon urged all stakeholders, including business leaders, to support the implementation of the decade.

 

In January 2010, TOTAL and the World Bank entered into a partnership to use their combined knowledge and experience in Africa. The two partners then launched the Africa Road Safety Corridor Initiative on 27 April 2011in Malaba town on the Kenya / Uganda border. An NGO, Safe Way Right Way, was subsequently established to mobilise private sector and implement ARSCI project goals.

 

Safe Way Right Way will bring together expertise and best practices from a range of partners representing diverse sectors. All partners will have the singular objective of contributing towards the reduction in the number of road crashes on the corridors.

 

The slogan “Safer Roads for Africa” outlines the vision of Safe Way Right Way and focuses its efforts to this ultimate and noble goal.

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