Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety: Strategic Plan 2024-2030

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‘Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’ – that is a central feature of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety’s Strategic Plan 2024-2030.

The interests of children and young people, who are among the most vulnerable groups of society when it comes to road safety, are duly represented in ‘the Alliance’s’ plan for the next six years.

This key document outlines its vision, mission and key priorities for what are the remaining years of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030, which was set out by the United Nations and World Health Organization.

This latest strategy, says the alliance, sets out a ‘belief’ that Non government organisations (NGOs) are essential to achieving SDG 3.6 (one of the key goals) to reduce road deaths and injuries by 2030 and 11.2 to ensure access to safe, affordable, accessible, and sustainable transport systems for all.

The Global Plan for the Decade of Action, it adds, ‘assigns a role to civil society in holding governments accountable, empowering communities, supporting policy development, and amplifying the voice of academia. The Alliance Strategic Plan 2024–2030 sets out how we will achieve this role’.

The alliance says it is committed to ’empowering, mobilizing, and supporting our 350-plus member NGOs in more than 100 countries’ and that it will:

  • Build a strong network of road safety NGOs, to amplify the voices of road safety victims and push for evidence-based solutions;
  • Equip and mobilize NGOs to advocate for proven actions and hold their governments to account;
  • Build the capacity of NGOs to advocate effectively for road safety in their communities.

We invite you to join us as we work together for a future where every journey is safe and sustainable. Together, we can make a difference.

Click here for the strategy.

Author: Simon Weedy

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