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Zambia
Facilitate the Implementation of High Impact Road Safety Interventions
Facilitate the Implementation of High Impact Road Safety Interventions

 

Speed Management Project Pilot in Zambia Speeding is assumed to be one of the most important factors for the occurrence and severity of accidents in Zambia, many of which involves pedestrians the…

Border Crossing Monitoring along the Northern Corridor
Border Crossing Monitoring along the Northern Corridor

 

Border Crossing Monitoring along the Northern Corridor - Working Paper No. 96   April 2013 — Relatively inexpensive actions such as improving coordination among border agencies, introducing pre-…

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…

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…

Mozambique
Mozambique Customs Transit Regime
Mozambique Customs Transit Regime

 

The Maputo Corridor is primarily serving its close South Africa hinterland. Compared to direct routing through South African ports, passing through Mozambique implies a Customs transit regime. The…

Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of, Congo, Republic of
Establishment of an Observatory of Non-Physical Barriers on the Brazzaville-Kinshasa-Bangui-Kisangani River Corridor
Establishment of an Observatory of Non-Physical Barriers on the Brazzaville-Kinshasa-Bangui-Kisangani River Corridor

 

In 2010, the International Commission of the Congo-Oubangui-Sangha Basin (CICOS) requested funding from the SSATP to conduct a baseline study on the Brazzaville-Kinshasa-Bangui-Kisangani Corridor,…

Examples of Public and Private Initiatives for Tackling HIV/AIDS
Examples of Public and Private Initiatives for Tackling HIV/AIDS

 

HIV/AIDS programs do exist which encompass policy, strategy and service delivery engaging road, rail, and other transport systems, principally directed at prevention. Such activities have been…

Mobility and Accessibility in Urban Areas of Africa
Mobility and Accessibility in Urban Areas of Africa

 

Countries and the development community have shown limited interest to invest significantly in the development of cities and urban mobility in Africa although this interest has started recently to…

Malaysia; Sri Lanka
Accessing Maternal and Child Health Services in Sri Lanka and Malaysia
Accessing Maternal and Child Health Services in Sri Lanka and Malaysia

 

Access to transport enables women to receive timely obstetric care that is essential for their survival. Transport contributes towards reaching the fifth Millennium Development Goal, to reduce…

Benin, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Zambia
Transport Policy Performance Review
Transport Policy Performance Review

 

Over the past two decades, African governments and regional economic communities (RECs) have been, and are continuing, to reform their transport sector policy and strategies. The extent of policy…

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…

Cote d'Ivoire, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mali, Senegal
Poverty Reduction Transport Strategy Review
Poverty Reduction Transport Strategy Review

 

The strategic objective of the Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Program (SSATP) for the period 2004-2007 was to anchor national transport strategies firmly in national goals and strategies for poverty…

Safer Road User Behavior: Pillar 4 of the Decade of Action for Road Safety
Safer Road User Behavior: Pillar 4 of the Decade of Action for Road Safety

 

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…

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).…

SSATP partners with African Universities
SSATP partners with African Universities

 

Africa is facing three urgent transport challenges: 1) the continent has the highest rate of road fatalities in the world; 2) it has an unprecedented growth rate of urbanization; and 3) it has the…

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…

Cameroon, Ethiopia, Zambia
Road safety Action Plans and Strategies in Cameroon, Ethiopia and Zambia
Road safety Action Plans and Strategies in Cameroon, Ethiopia and Zambia

 

Cameroon The Ministry of Transport has developed a National Road Safety Strategy with a Priority Action Plan for the period 2011-2012 which has been followed by a second one for the period 2013-2014…

Statistics on Gender & Transport
Statistics on Gender & Transport

 

Accessibility and transport choice The most predominant mode of travel for women in rural areas remains walking and headloading. Women in Africa can transport at least three times more ton per…

Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania
Improving Road Safety for Freight Transport on the Central Corridor
Improving Road Safety for Freight Transport on the Central Corridor

 

The 2,000 kilometer-long trade facilitation route originating from the port of Dar es Salaam and serving Eastern Africa’s landlocked countries - Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of…

Second Generation Road Funds
Second Generation Road Funds

 

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…

Burundi, Congo, Democratic Republic of, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda
Drafting and Validation of Protocols for the Central Corridor
Drafting and Validation of Protocols for the Central Corridor

 

The Corridor Management component focuses on facilitation and transit improvement along corridors, through several corridor-based activities related to the redrafting of the Northern Corridor Transit…