Three Road Safety Advocates Honoured By WARSO

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The effort of this example under his leadership led to several study visits from contemporary organisations from Lesotho, Uganda, South Sudan, Zambia, Mali, among others; and the historic invitation to address the 66th Session of the UN General Assembly on Road Safety in 2012 on Ghana’s road safety management approach.

He led a team to manage a decline in Ghana’s crash (accident) fatality rate from 78 deaths per 10,000 vehicles in 1999 to 17.9 deaths per 10,000 vehicles in 2011.

The West Africa Road Safety Organisation (WARSO) was inaugurated on  May 8, 2008 under the auspices of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) by the then President of the ECOWAS Commission, His Excellency Dr Muhammed Ibn Chambas. The main goal of the organisation is to promote and reinforce road safety activities and practices in West Africa through effective management of road safety and traffic matters with a view to drastically reducing road traffic crashes. It is made up of 15 member countries and four non-governmental organisations. Ghana is the Deputy General Secretary of the organisation.

Present during the investiture were delegates from WARSO member countries including Ghana, Special Advisor to the President of Sierra Leone & Ambassador at Large, Dr Monte Jones, representatives from the African Development Bank (AfDB), World Bank, World Health Organisation, International Road Federation (IRF), Global Road Safety Partnership, Members of Parliament and Government of Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone Police Force, among others.

 
 

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