|Global Road Safety Partnership|
Our vision is "a world free of road crash death and injury."
GRSP works to improve road safety by:
“No single organization, government, business or humanitarian group can tackle or solve the global road safety crisis alone. Building effective, collaborative and sustainable partnerships between key actors from different sectors is the answer,” states Pieter Venter, Acting CEO of the Global Road Safety Partnership.
As a member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration , GRSP plays a key role in supporting the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011-2020). GRSP is implementing phase II of the Global Road Safety Initiative (GRSI), the largest-ever global, private-sector investment in road safety. GRSI partners (Michelin, Renault, Shell, Total and Toyota) are currently active in China, Southeast Asia, Brazil and, most recently, Africa.
Through the global road safety programme RS-10 (Road Safety in 10 countries), funded with support from Bloomberg Philanthropies, GRSP works with the World Health Organisation, World Resources Institute’s EMBARQ programme, John Hopkins School of Public Health, World Bank Road Safety Facility and the Association for Safe International Road Travel. The 125-million USD project aims to reduce road-crash death and injury in 10 low- and middle-income countries including Brazil, Cambodia, China, Egypt, India, Kenya, Mexico, Russian Federation, Turkey and Viet Nam.
As part of the overall EuroMed regional project on Road, Rail, and Urban Transport programme, GRSP also has a newly funded project by the European Union – the EU-MENA support programme – which aims to contribute to the reduction of road crash death and injury in Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Syria and Tunisia.
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In 2011, GRSP jointly developed the Road Safety Education Framework with Sesame Workshop to shape the road safety content in global Sesame programmes. These programmes help children and parents better understand the risks associated with travel on or near the roads.
The same year, GRSP prompted the world’s largest humanitarian network, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) – which hosts GRSP – to reaffirm that road safety is a top humanitarian priority. In 2011, GRSP also became the IFRC’s reference centre for road safety.
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