The SaferAfrica project final conferenceDaniele D'Onofrio
Tunis, Tunisia | 18 September 2019. CITA is participating at the SaferAfrica project Final Conference, today in Tunis. The consortium of 17 partners from both Europe and Africa (more than 200 African stakeholders coming from 41 African countries involved) got together to finalize the work done in the continent in the past 3 years.
Infact during 3 years, this project, coordinated by the Research Centre for Transport and Logistics of Sapienza – University of Rome (CTL) and financed by the EU, focused on setting up a dialogue platform between Africa and Europe to find strategies on how to improve road safety in the African Continent.
CITA gave its contribute and expertise on vehicles to the project.
The most innovative results of SaferAfrica Project are the African Road Safety Observatory, and the African-European Dialogue Platform on Road Safety which has linked policymakers, donors and professionals engaged in road safety to plan and design road safety actions.
This meeting is also the occasion to discuss future perspectives of work for the road safety international, regional and national stakeholders, in the framework of the UN Decade for Road Safety, the African Road Safety Action Plan and the newly born Africa-EU Task force on Transport, a joint initiatives between Europe and Africa to share.