“The Role of Multilateral Finance in Road Safety” Workshop
The new CITA workshop will be held the next 27th of June in Brussels at The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38. It is a special event that CITA reserves for its members.
The aim of the workshop is to know how the international strategies to improve road safety are supported by the Multilateral Finance Institutions, and to have a clear view of the role of these International Financial Institutions (IFIs)/Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) in the development of Road Safety and Environmental protection.
We will have the chance to learn about:
- The view of the UN, as one of the main stakeholders defining the road safety strategy in low- and medium-income countries;
- The activities of the World Bank in supporting governments to reach road safety goals;
- How the European Commission is involved in international road safety development;
- Which are the activities of the International Finance Corporation, the agency of the World Bank to help the private sector;
- The role of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, another World Bank agency covering risks;
- The experience of the Spanish Traffic Directorate in the Twinning project with Algeria;
- The procurement process with the Multilateral Finance Institutions;
- And what is CITA doing about all the above.
Speakers will be representatives from key international stakeholders and finance institutions involved in road safety programs, as well as the most recognized specialists in the field.
Due to the limited capacity, we encourage those willing to attend to contact the CITA Secretariat as soon as possible.
- Curriculum Vitae of the speakers
- Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015
- Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020