Advocacy and grants

//Advocacy and grants

The Global Road Safety Partnership’s Advocacy and Grants Programme aims to promote the adoption and implementation of effective road safety policies in low- and middle-income countries.

Globally, road safety legislation addressing behavioural risk factors (child restraints, drink driving, helmets, seat-belts and speed) does not meet internationally good practice.

For example, the World Health Organization’s 2015 Global Status Report reveals that fewer than 30% of the world’s population live in countries with good practice legislation on helmets, speed or child restraints.

Passage and implementation of evidence-based road safety legislation addressing behavioural risk factors is recognized as one important way to improve road user behaviour and reduce road crash injuries and deaths.

Learn more about the eligibility criteria and awards process  of the Road Safety Grants Programme and find out which projects have been funded.

If your organization advocates for policy change or implementation, then please visit our Advocacy Resource Centre.

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The Advocacy Resource Centre provides tools and training to build targeted and innovative road safety advocacy campaigns. Explore the content gallery for case studies, images, facts, sample social media posts and so much more.

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