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Event Summary: Walk21 Conference in Kigali

Event Summary: Walk21 Conference in Kigali

iRAP’s Project Coordinator Shanna Lucchesi attended the Walk 21 Conference last month in Kigali, Rwanda. Shanna presented in two sessions: TD 3.3 session - Schools & Road Safety ”Safety perception and safety measures join forces to improve safety for youth around...

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Media training supports Nigerian and global media

Media training supports Nigerian and global media

iRAP Safer Journeys Lead for Africa Nathalie Chiavassa was delighted to present to journalists yesterday in an online UN Decade of Action Media Capacity Building Event hosted by Nigerian NGO Road Accident Prevention Network (RAPNEC). The training entitled "The Role of...

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Dr Olive Kobusingye joins iRAP Board

Dr Olive Kobusingye joins iRAP Board

Dr Olive Kobusingye, Ugandan emergency surgeon and global injury epidemiologist has joined the iRAP Board bringing an important African and health-sector perspective and experience to the charity’s governance. On joining the Board, Dr Kobusingye said, “I welcome the...

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2,500km assessment underway in Mozambique

2,500km assessment underway in Mozambique

The National Roads Administration (ANE - Administração Nacional de Estradas) has commenced a 2,500km iRAP assessment in Mozambique funded by World Bank and supported by iRAP Accredited Supplier FRED Engineering. The main objectives of the project include: to...

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