Road Safety in Belarus
Our local road safety partners
We support road safety in Belarus through our local partners, Belarusian Auto Moto Touring Club (BKA), a non-governmental organisation founded in 1998 by EASST Advisory Board Member, Raphael Musaev. As a member of the Federation Internationale de L’Automobile (FIA), the BKA provide roadside assistance as well as promoting road safety and protecting the interests of drivers across Belarus.
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Belarus Road Safety Facts
14% of road deaths in Belarus involve alcohol.
17% of the population own a bicycle.
Belarusian Auto Moto Touring Club
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Belarus 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.
The BKA’s latest project aims to ensure that road safety information is widely available and accessible to anyone who might need it.
FIRE AID members send emergency response and road traffic collision equipment to Tajikistan, via Belarus, to further improve capacity for post-crash response.
The BKA continue to promote inclusive mobility and road safety for children with disabilities in Belarus with launch of their new project ‘Road safety without measures’
To celebrate our 10th anniversary year we’re looking at the impact of our partners’ work on promoting safer roads. Read the story from Belarus.
Our All EASST partners meeting focuses on safe fleet management and the official launch of our EASST Academy Road Safety at Work: Online Course for Managers in Russian.
The course was moderated by EASST Academy Managing Director, Dmitry Sambuk, and was based on the Road Safety at Work: Online Course for Managers.
EASST partners deliver a joint educational programme on road safety for both disabled and non-disabled children in Minsk.