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LEARN Cameroon : Creation and coordination of an in-country coalition for data-driven action on road safety

Improving road safety is a key development priority for Africa. Despite comparatively low motorisation levels, the continent witnesses the...

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Ereport : Covid-19 impact on transport and mobility in Africa

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Road Legislation.

Cette section de la rubrique des transports terrestres fournit des articles sur les infrastructures des transports routiers, notamment les installations fixes (routes, gares de frêt, gares voyageurs…), le parc des engins et des véhicules.

Our features

We focus on four points.

Over the news

We are up to date about News on road in general

Campaign

We make campaign for road safetyeverywhere

Events

We organize event about road safety

Security Alert

We alert people and government about everythings hapenned on road

Road Legislation

What you have to know about Road Legislation

Why to act on road

Life is precious

Traffic injuries

More than 300 000 deaths among people aged 15-29 in 2012 because of road traffic injuries

Fatality rate

The African region has the highest road traffic fatality rate.
For the road traffic fatality rates per 100 000 (2013), the African region is about 26.6

Rehabilitation

Assistance of the victims of the place of the accident until disability.
Injuries suffred by loss of mobility. Quality of life. Social weight of the family

Countries

The cost of road accidents equivalent has more than 2% of the beep poor countries. Security road is a challenge for suitainable development in Afria

Key Findings

Traffic deaths and injuries
Cutting traffic deaths and injuries by half could add 7 to 22% to GDP per capita over 24 years in select countries.
Welfare
Welfare benefits equivalent to 6 to 32% of GDP par capita could be realized over the same period if traffic deaths and injuries were halved.
Road traffic
Road traffic injuries are the single largest cause of mortality and long-term disability among people aged 15-29, prime working age.

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