New and refreshed EASST website to inspire positive action for road safety and sustainable transport

by | Mar 1, 2018 | News

Road crashes are the leading cause of death for young people in every world region, and globally account for more fatalities than diseases such as malaria. While, air pollution, a consequence of heavy congestion and a reliance on motorised transport, leads to millions of premature deaths every year. In the 14 countries where EASST works, road deaths and injuries are having a profound and devastating impact on both social and economic development.

Where we work

The new EASST website will help you find out about our vibrant and effective alliance of road safety NGOs across Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia. Through the ‘Where we work’ section, you can learn about the unique road safety challenges facing each country and follow how each of our local road safety partners are working to make a positive change and save lives.

Road Safety Project News

Our work is guided by real-life experience and expertise, using and building local capacity to ensure projects are more effective and sustainable. The new website shows this off through with an easy-to-navigate catalogue of road safety projects and news which is searchable by theme and/or country.

Library of Road Safety Resources

We believe that successful road safety policies require a concerted effort across boundaries. As such, we have designed our new site so that partners, supporters and anyone else with an interest in taking positive action to improve road safety and sustainable transport can find out about EASST’s work and be inspired to get involved.

Our library of key road safety resources and case studies is updated regularly and available for free for anyone interested in saving lives and promoting good road safety in their country or region.

Not to mention, the whole site is accessible and mobile-device friendly so you can follow EASST whenever and wherever you are.

Why not take 5 minutes to explore the new EASST website now?

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