Our major donor the FIA Foundation has just released their 2022 report which once again highlights some of the Star Rating for Schools’ significant achievements.
The FIA Foundation reports on its charitable activities in 2022, including participating in the first UN High Level Meeting on Road Safety; expanding its TRUE emissions campaign to new cities, including New York; supporting refugees and emergency response to the war in Ukraine; advancing advocacy for the global youth agenda; and playing a key role in the safety of top level motor sport.
Highlights on the SR4S Programme included:
- Programme summary: 214 new schools in 12 new countries assessed in last 12 months (running total now includes Vietnam with 99 schools, India – 82, Philippines – 83 and USA – 82). 217 locations are now safer including 171 where post-construction star ratings have been produced. The average Star Rating improved from 2.5 before intervention to 4.7 post intervention (Page 40).
- In the article ‘FIA President sees star rating success in Colombia’ (Page 9-10) – it describes how the project used the iRAP Star Rating for Schools (SR4S) methodology to assess and make recommendations to improve the safety
infrastructure of the school and was used to showcase to other clubs how to undertake similar activities.
- Mention of the use of the evidence-based systems for data collection including the SR4S app in the article ‘Moldova and Vietnam score early results for 30km/h push’ (Page 25-26).
The work of SR4S and its partners across the world would not be possible without the generous support of the FIA Foundation.
We express our heartfelt appreciation and continue to congratulate FIA Foundation on 20 years of dedicated and outstanding public service that has helped to facilitate safer journeys in safer cars, saving lives across the world.
Read the Foundation’s Annual Review here.