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ROAD SAFETY IN THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
‘Halving road deaths and injuries by 2020′

The Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) and International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), along with all of our partners, are scaling up to SaveLIVES across Asia.To meet the fast-approaching UN SDG target to halve deaths by 2020 we need to share successes and results across the region!  GRSP and iRAP bring together Government, Development Bank, industry and civil society partners who are making an impact.Join us at Asia Pacific Road Safety 2017 from 22-23 August in Manila, Philippines as we invigorate our regional efforts to Save LIVES. This comprehensive policy and capability building conference, our 10th annual event in Asia, will provide delegates with a range of practical and stimulating policy leadership case studies, capability building workshops, keynote addresses, high level panel discussions and plenary sessions over two full days.The World Health Organisation has launched the Save LIVES package that provides countries with an easy and implementable priority list of actions to scale-up and implement quickly.  The work of GRSP and iRAP partners demonstrates how different stakeholders can contribute to the ambitious road safety targets set out in the SDGs, and how they can partner to Save LIVES.

The Asia Pacific Road Safety 2017 event will provide practical knowledge on:

  • Global success stories from GRSP and iRAP partners
  • Development Bank progress and support for road safety in the region
  • WHO Save LIVES package
  • The latest on GRSP Road Safety Management initiatives
  • How to measure, finance and deliver 3-star or better road infrastructure
  • Building on project success to establish a national RAP programme
  • Coordinating action on Safer Road Users
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to join the journey of those who Save LIVES at scale in our region – only at Asia Pacific Road Safety 2017!Key representatives from countries throughout Asia will attend, including:
  • senior government officials, from road safety, transport, health, police and education;
  • development bank leaders;
  • engineers and representatives from transport authorities and motoring clubs;
  • road safety researchers and experts;
  • representatives of NGOs working in road safety in the region;
  • key business representatives with an interest in road safety.
GRSP and iRAP’s regional events have become flagship events on the road safety calendar. Since 2007, more than 2100 road safety practitioners from over 50 countries have gathered to share knowledge and professional experiences, discuss successes and challenges, showcase good practice and build strong regional networks where previously few existed.
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