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Mitigating and Responding to Climate Change in Africa's Transport Sector
Mitigating and Responding to Climate Change in Africa's Transport Sector

 

Globally, the transport sector is key in reducing CO2 emissions. The sector accounts for over 90% of primary oil demand and is responsible for 22% CO2 emissions from fuel combustion (IEA, 2010).…

Gender Opportunities through Road Sector Activities in Uganda
Gender Opportunities through Road Sector Activities in Uganda

 

Uganda’s Second Road Sector Support Program was designed with the objective of empowering women by improving their opportunities to participate in and benefit from the roads sub-sector and thus…

Road Agencies
Road Agencies

 

In recent years, the Road Management and Financing (RMF) component of SSATP has focused on strengthening the capacity of regional road associations to play an increased leadership role in advocating…

Cameroon, Ethiopia, Zambia
Road Safety Lead Agencies: Good Practices
Road Safety Lead Agencies: Good Practices

 

The Decade of Action for Road Safety encourages Governments to commit to the Decade of Action for Road Safety by implementing action plans that address the following five pillars: Better road safety…

Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone
Pro-Growth Pro-Poor Transport Strategies
Pro-Growth Pro-Poor Transport Strategies

 

A pro-growth, pro-poor transport strategy (PGPTS) is a sectorial instrument that directs resources to transport interventions that support economic growth and poverty reduction, as well as creating a…

Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin
Abidjan-Lagos Transport Corridor Project
Abidjan-Lagos Transport Corridor Project

 

The Abidjan-Lagos transport corridor is the major east-west transport corridor in West Africa, connecting the capital cities of five countries (Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria).  Travel…

Nigeria, Uganda
Improving Rural Transport Policy Framework in Uganda and Nigeria
Improving Rural Transport Policy Framework in Uganda and Nigeria

 

This activity involves support to the formulation of rural transport policies, strategies and action plans in line with an improved policy framework developed by SSATP to facilitate the effective…

Nigeria
Case Study on Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria
Case Study on Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria

 

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Nigeria is one out of a few outstanding road safety lead agencies in Sub-Saharan Africa. It has considerable human (18 098 staff in 2012), logistical and…

African Road Safety Leadership Program kicks off in Abidjan
African Road Safety Leadership Program kicks off in Abidjan

 

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 5 February, 2019 – The second Road Safety Leadership Program organized by the Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP, an international partnership hosted by the World Bank),…