New UNRSF Annual Report Explains GRSP and Partner Speed Reduction Efforts in The Philippines

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The United Nations Road Safety Fund (UNRSF) has reported on the “Strengthening speed management in the Philippines” project in its new Annual Report. This project addresses excessive speed, one of the main causes of death and injury on the roads of the Philippines, by supporting the country in its efforts to reduce driving speed by building and strengthening the capacities of national police and Local Government Units to effectively enforce the law.  “We are pleased that the work carried out together with our partners, UNESCAP, ImagineLaw Inc., the Land Transportation Office (the Philippines) and the Department of Transportation of the Philippines, has been recognized for its impact on the ground,” said David Cliff, GRSP’s CEO. “Reducing speed remains one of the most effective ways to reduce road crash deaths and injuries”.

To know more about this project and other UNRSF’s funded projects, please follow this link.

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