UN Road Safety Fund – Apply for grants by 18 November

UN Road Safety Fund – Apply for grants by 18 November

The United Nations Road Safety Fund (UNRSF) recently announced a call inviting qualified Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) from low-to-middle-income countries to submit Expressions of Interest to be considered for direct access to UNRSF grants in the future. The call...
Safer roads for Mexico in the spotlight at ANASEVI 2022

Safer roads for Mexico in the spotlight at ANASEVI 2022

The iRAP methodology and footprint of use in Mexico was recently shared at ANASEVI 2022, Mexico’s High-level Panel on Road Safety on 27 September. Edgar Zamora, iRAP’s Safer Journeys Regional Lead (The Americas) participated in Session 8: Infrastructure for Road...
India’s National Dialogue on Road Safety for Children

India’s National Dialogue on Road Safety for Children

IndiaRAP Technical Manager Jigesh Bhavsar presented at a National Dialogue on Road Safety for Children Workshop in Delhi today, marking the occasion of National Engineers Day in the country. The one-day workshop drew leading road safety stakeholders committed to...
TanRAP launched to eliminate high-risk roads in Tanzania

TanRAP launched to eliminate high-risk roads in Tanzania

TanRAP, the Tanzanian Road Assessment Programme, has been launched today in Dar es Salaam to eliminate high-risk roads and curb the more than 16,000 people who die on the country’s roads annually. The Government of Tanzania through the Ministry of Works and Transport...
New Report Promotes Walking and Cycling in Africa

New Report Promotes Walking and Cycling in Africa

A new Walking and Cycling in Africa Report shares critical evidence (including iRAP data) and good practice for governments and decision makers to inspire action to retain, protect and enable people that walk and cycle. “This report is a call to action for the 261...
New Policymakers’ Toolkit to support youth engagement

New Policymakers’ Toolkit to support youth engagement

Youth for Road Safety (YOURS) has released a new Policymakers’ Toolkit, a unique advocacy document that will help iRAP partners, policymakers and decision-makers to meaningfully engage with young people for improved road safety. Tragically, road traffic injuries...
Partners shine in latest global metrics

Partners shine in latest global metrics

As a charity, iRAP’s focus is on enabling others and creating locally-led programmes and partnerships for 2030 impact.  Our latest metrics quantify and celebrate the safer roads and capacity building success of our 25,000 RAP partners worldwide. iRAP global metrics...
16 new Accredited Practitioners hit the road in Tanzania

16 new Accredited Practitioners hit the road in Tanzania

Ramadhani Msangi undertaking iRAP accreditation activities (Image source: R Msangi) Sixteen new iRAP Accredited Practitioners in Tanzania position TanRAP well to eliminate high-risk roads in the country and support of activities of the 3-year Ten Step Project...

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