EASST is working to save lives and prevent injuries by making road travel safer, greener and more sustainable for future generations.
National Road Safety Council NGO (NRSC) organises Armenia’s first ever multi-stakeholder dialogue on road safety and low speed school zones.
Global Shapers Ulaanbaatar Hub address school zone safety for over 8000 kids in the Bayanzurkh District.
EASST and Aggie Krasnolucka of the FIA Foundation spent two days with our local partner, Public Association ‘Road Safety’ (PARS) in Bishkek to discuss children’s road safety around schools.
Teachers at School no. 12 in Sumgayit City in Azerbaijan welcome lower speeds and new pedestrian infrastructure ahead of the new school year.
Automobile Club of Moldova are using the Star Rating for Schools App to assess three schools in Moldova and implement low-cost interventions to demonstrate how simple infrastructure upgrades can support 30km/h speed limits.
EASST partner and Founder of Impact NGO Ukraine, Oksana Romanukha, shares her experience of supporting five mega-convoys of fire and rescue aid to Ukraine.
EASST’s Emily Carr was invited by the ADB to present the new Safe School Zone Community Toolkit – a structured guide to support schools and communities in implementing community-led road safety projects.
EASST partner awarded the Medal of Honour by the Ukrainian State Emergency Services for the integral role played in the delivery of essential fire and rescue equipment to Ukraine over the past year.
EASST collaborates with BIHAMK and expert consultants to lead three-day training programme for local highway authorities and engineers on road safety in tunnels supported by the EBRD in Sarajevo.
Infrastructure can have an important impact on guiding pedestrian and driver behaviour. This must be an important consideration when developing a road safety strategy.
What we do
Our projects focus on seven priority areas to develop sustainable transport systems and make roads safe across the region.
Where we work
EASST Statement on Ukraine
From 2009-2022 EASST included road safety partner organisations in the Russian Federation and Belarus. As of February 2022, this is no longer the case. It is with regret that we have ceased our collaboration and work in those countries due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We deeply condemn the war in Ukraine. EASST and our partner organisation FIRE AID will continue to provide support to Ukraine’s emergency services, and we will do our utmost to assist Ukraine in its process of rebuilding. We also offer our strong support to Moldova, facing huge challenges in managing over half a million Ukrainian refugees in a country of just 3.2 million people.
The courses are available for you to access whenever you like, wherever you are. It’s also more affordable than similar traditional classroom style training and you can learn at a time and a pace that suits you.
The EASST Road Safety Education Pack is a global teaching resource that provides stimulating and engaging activities to introduce road safety messages and behaviours to kids.
It can be tailored to local contexts, incorporating the logos of local organisations and NGOs, changing the idiom, names and illustrations as necessary. While the fundamental content and key messages remain the same.
The Education Pack is currently available in eleven languages.