Road Safety in Azerbaijan
Our local road safety partners
We support road safety in Azerbaijan through our local partners, the National Automobile Club of Azerbaijan (AMAK), member of Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) which specialises in providing full-scale roadside assistance, motoring advice along with exclusive benefits to the club members.
AMAK actively promotes road safety and is the only civil society organisation implementing road safety projects and initiatives in the country. AMAK is currently developing a number of advocacy campaigns calling for policy changes on a number of issues with regards to road safety education, the use of child restraint systems in cars, and accessible mobility for people with disabilities. Cooperation with government agencies, including the Cabinet of Ministers, as well as transport agencies such as State Road Police and Ministry of Transport is a fundamental part of their work.
Among other areas, the team at HAYAT NGO have worked to increase seat belt usage and to clarify the law on child restraints as well as promote their correct use.
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Azerbaijan Road Safety Facts
2.5% of road traffic victims remain permanently disabled.
There are on average 943 road fatalities every year.
Azerbaijan Road Safety News
A charitable grant, awarded by the express transportation company under its social responsibility platform, FedEx Cares, will enable EASST partners to deliver three separate initiatives, each with a focus on improving children’s road safety in countries where young people face significant daily risk.
Huseyn Abdullayev from the National Automobile Club of Azerbaijan talks about the need to make local streets safer and reduce road casualties in Baku.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary year we’re looking at the impact of our partners’ work on promoting safer roads. Read the story from Azerbaijan.
EASST partner AMAK play key role in developing the new national road safety plan and look ahead to being part of the long-term changes it promises.
EASST partners, the National Automobile Touring Club of Azerbaijan launch report on accessible mobility for people with disabilities in Azerbaijan.
EASST partner AMAK tackles pedestrian safety concerns in Azerbaijan with new research report into road safety and pedestrian needs in Baku.