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Our Road Safety partner in Georiga

Partnership for Road Safety 

The Partnership for Road Safety is a non-profit organisation that promotes road safety in Georgia through education and advocacy. It was established in 2006 with support from the FIA Foundation, British Council, and national organisations concerned with the growing number of road deaths in the country. It manages and supports a local programme of initiatives promoting road safety and sustainable mobility in Georgia, as well as funding vital road safety research. 

In 2012, the Partnership for Road Safety were awarded the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in recognition of their seat belt advocacy campaign which saw an increase in seat belt use in Georgia from just 2% in 2007 to 97% in 2011, resulting in a 40 per cent decline in road fatalities in only three years.

Find the Partnership for Road Safety on Facebook and Twitter.

About Road Safety in Georiga

Road deaths per 100,000 population: 11.8 (2013, WHO) 
Road deaths per 100,000 population: 15.7 (2010, WHO) 

Further information regarding Georgia can be found on their WHO Country Profile 2015WHO Country Profile 2013, the WHO Interactive Map, and Road Kills Map.

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News Results for Georgia

Urban transport policy: how to make Georgian cities livable

7th March 2017 EASST partner, Gela Kvashilava writes about the important need for urban transport development in Georgia.

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Sustainable Urban Transport for Georgia

7th March 2017 EASST partner, Partnership for Road Safety, to play key role Georgia’s new National Strategy for Sustainable Urban Transport.

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Georgia adopts new Road Safety Action Plan for 2017

12th January 2017 Thanks to tireless work of EASST partners in Georgia and many others, the Georgian Government has approved a new national road safety action plan for 2017.

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