• 1.24 million people are killed on the world's roads each year. More than malaria. 
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  • Our Road Safety Ambassadors Nikki and Alex Wurz join us in supporting the UN Decade of Action. Read More.
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  • Via the FIRE AID initiative, EASST addresses the fifth pillar of the Decade of Action, improving the capabilities of responders. Read More
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  • Road deaths in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Baltics and the Balkans are three times higher than in Western Europe, despite having smaller vehicle fleets
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  • 500 children die every day on the world's roads and at least a further 500 are injured.
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  • 90% of road casualties occur in developing countries. 
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  • Road crashes are the number one cause of death for young people worldwide.
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  • The economic cost to developing countries is at least $100 billion a year.
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About EASST

The formula for success in tackling road safety

EASST is an independent UK-registered charity whose mission is to save lives and prevent injuries by making road transport safer, greener and more sustainable for future generations. Since its establishment in 2009-10, EASST has built a vibrant network of NGOs across Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia - contributing to significant reforms in the region and to the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety.  

Our Patron is Max Mosley, former president of the FIA (Federation Internationale de l'Automobile), and Chair of the Towards Zero Foundation and Global NCAP. Our Chairman is Lord Dubs of Battersea, Chair of the APPGs on EU Enlargement and Moldova.

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Where we work

EASST has built an effective alliance of road safety organisations working together in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, GreeceKazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, and Ukraine to improve road safety and reduce road deaths.

What we do

Our projects focus on six priority areas for improving road safety and ensuring sustainable transport systems across the EASST region. These include:

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Latest News

Promoting a road safety culture in Moldova

26th September 2016
The Automobile Club of Moldova presents road safety at the 15th International Security Exhibition in Chisinau.

EASST’s Education Packs teach children about Road Safety in Greece

26th September 2016
EASST partner, Make Roads Safe Hellas, continue to engage kids in road safety learning with a series of events marking both European Mobility Week and World Car Free Day.

Kyrgyz Government considers multi-agency recommendations for better occupational road safety standards

26th September 2016
EASST’s Kyrgyz partner, Road Safety, takes part in a successful workshop focusing on road safety in professional road transportation.

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