GRSF Annual Report 2021Daniele D'Onofrio
Over the past year, which marked the start of a new Decade of Action for Road Safety, aiming to reduce road traffic deaths by 50 percent by 2030, GRSF has continued to take an active leadership role in speed management activities, including the production of global guidance, technical assistance. In addition, the Facility worked closely with governments around the world to support their efforts to adopt safer road infrastructure designs and to improve existing road networks to accommodate all road users.
This work included conducting assessments of high-risk roads; providing recommendations for safety improvements, and technical guidance on speed management; supporting the development and/or updating of national technical guides or norms; and supporting governments adopt crash data management systems.
Today, road crashes continue to represent a pressing public health challenge and the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility continues to be at the forefront of this fight.
The Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) is a global multi-donor fund hosted by the World Bank. Its mission is to help governments develop road safety management capacity and scale up road safety delivery in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
CITA is a donor of the GRSF