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Global status report 2015 fullGSR 2016

 Good example of a festive season Crash report from Namibia 2015NRSCNAM

nrsc festive 2015 Namibia


Strengthening Road Safety Legislation

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Why church networks are an untapped resource.Untapped resource

The importance of Church based networks

Download Latest Global Status report with individual country profiles World report DoA 2013 eng

Status rep 2013

Download  Seat-belt book 607 111208 comp All you need to know about seatbelts and child restraints.
Download Summary_World_Report on_Road Traffic Injury Prevention This is an excellent introduction to the problems of road safety in the global context.
Download Global Status Report on Road Safety This report provides road safety facts and figures for countries around the world. Some of the data may be a little out of date but it gives a relative picture of conditions. Getting accurate data is one of the biggest problems in road safety.
Download Faces behind the figures Compelling reading. The publication Faces behind the figures: voices of road traffic crash victims and their families is a collaborative project of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT), designed to put a human face on the statistics presented in the many road safety reports published around the world. Behind each statistic there is a story of a father or mother, son or daughter, brother or sister, grandchild, colleague, classmate or friend whose life was transformed in an instant by a road crash.
Download WHO RS TRAINING This manual equips the user with necessary information on: the magnitude and impact of the problem of road traffic injuries; key risk factors; the need for a scientific approach to preventing road traffic injuries and how to strengthen the evidence base for prevention; how to implement promising interventions; how to deliver post-crash care; the need for multisectoral collaboration; and how to formulate and implement road safety policies.
Download Corruption index 2010 The 2010 CPI measures the degree to which public sector corruption is perceived to exist in 178 countries around the world. It scores countries on a scale from 10 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt). Check out how “clean” it is where you live!
Download Cell distraction task loading So you thought you could multi-task? This report shows the dangers associated with driving while on a cell phone that can make you blind to the world around you.

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