Our latest visit to Armenia includes first of its kind fleet safety management training and a commitment to action to reduce speeds around schools.
Young people in Tajikistan call for drivers to check their speed as they remember those who have died on the roads this year.
This year, on the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, Moldova paid tribute to the lives that have been lost this year through planting trees of remembrance across the country and stepping up efforts to improve road safety.
EASST partners HAYAT NGO and AMAK are working to establish the exposure to risk and address the main threats street children in Baku face on the roads.
The launch of our EASST Academy Road Safety at Work: Online Course for Managers in Georgian along with company pledges towards a new culture of at-work road safety hopes to reduce road casualties across Georgia.