Members Initiatives

//Members Initiatives

At GRSP we strongly believe that there is no one single answer to solving the global road safety challenge. One very powerful approach is that of using multi-sector partnerships to create sustainable change in road safety results and reduction in fatalities and injuries from road crashes.

For this reason, GRSP creates and support multi-sector road safety partnerships that are engaged with front-line good practice road safety interventions in countries and communities around the world.

We work with members and partners to develop and implement local and global initiatives that reflect internationally recognized best practices in road safety.

Members initiatives currently ongoing


VIA is a modular, flexible, accessible and easily replicable programme for child road safety education developed to be implemented anywhere in the world. Read more here.

Ambassador Program

Michelin Foundation, GRSP and YOURS, have partnered to develop and launch the Michelin Road Safety Youth Ambassadors Programme in the Limpopo province in South Africa. The aim of the programme is to involve the local youth in addressing road safety issues in their communities, through spreading new skills and knowledge. If like to learn more about this programme, please read here and here.

Safer city Roads in Canaã (Brazil)

Vale Foundation, Michelin Foundation and the GRSP have joint their efforts on a road safety project aimed at improving urban mobility and traffic safety. Read more about his project here.

Speed campaign in Myanmar

In early 2017, Shell Myanmar, together with the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRC) and with support from the GRSP kick-off a road safety campaign to educate drivers and community members along the Yangon-Nay Pyi Taw Highway, a roadway notorious for its high crash rate. A year later this initiative was awarded the SABRE Asia Pacific Awards. Read more about this project and its impact on local communities here and here.

Programmes already accessible to members

Safe to School – Safe to home

The aim of Safe to School – Safe to Home is to contribute to a reduction in death and injury from road crashes for children travelling to and from school. Read more here.

Safer City Roads

Safer City Roads is a road safety strategy created specifically for use in Communities – cities, towns, municipalities – and it is based on sustainable partnerships between Government, Business and Civil Society in the town. Read more here.

Insurance for Safer Roads

Insurance for Safer Roads is a collaborative initiative looking at new levers to improve road safety from the perspective of the insurance industry, with a focus on low- and middle-income countries. Read more here.

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