Where we work
Our vibrant and effective alliance of road safety NGOs in Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia work hard to improve road safety and save lives.
In the 14 countries where EASST works, road deaths and injuries are having a profound and devastating impact on both social and economic development.
Despite having smaller vehicle fleets road deaths in the region are three times higher than in Western Europe.
Automobile Club Albania
National Road Safety Council
ARVIKON Automobile and Tourist Club JV Ltd
National Automobile Club of Azerbaijan
Belarusian Auto-Moto Touring Club
Partnership for Road Safety
Common Road NGO
Latvian Auto-Moto Society
Automobile Club of Moldova
Road Safety Russia
Young Generation of Tajikistan
Make Roads Safe Hellas
Road Safety Support Foundation
Road Safety NGO
Global Shapers Ulaanbaatar Hub
In Belarus our local road safety partner is the Belarusian Auto Moto Touring Club (BKA). The BKA is a non-governmental organisation and 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.
In Greece our local road safety partner is Make Roads Safe Hellas (MRSH). As a supporter of the international Make Roads Safe campaign, MRSH aim to raise awareness of the impact that road traffic collisions can have on sustainable development, ensure political commitment and promote road safety in Greece.
In Kazakhstan our local road safety partner is Common Road NGO. Common Road supports the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety and the National Programme of Development ‘Kazakhstan 2050’. They work closely with the State Road Traffic Police and have been an EASST partner since 2014.
In Tajikistan our local road safety partner is the Young Generation of Tajikistan (YGT) who have been working to improve the lives of young people in Tajikistan since 2004. EASST supports the YGT in its work to improve road safety and support of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-20.