The Zambia Road Safety Trust (ZRST) hosted an online “iRAP Helping Save Lives in Zambia” Workshop today, attended by 24 stakeholders, profiling dynamic work underway and planned in the country informed by the iRAP Methodology.
The Workshop Programme (with presentation links where provided) included:
- Setting the scene – Mailos Mwale, Programs Officer, ZRST
- Star Rating for Schools – Rafaela Machado, SR4S Coordinator, iRAP
- How the iRAP Methodology can help save lives – Racheal Nganwa, AfricaRAP Lead, iRAP
- Creating safer school journeys in Zambia – Daniel Mwamba, Chairman, ZRST
- iRAP uptake by the Government of Zambia – Mubanga Mulenga, Principal Engineer, Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA)
With over 1000 members and volunteers nationwide, ZRST is an operational NGO that plans and carries out boots-on-the-ground projects to support government efforts to address casualty reduction needs of road users, especially the most vulnerable – pedestrians, children, women, cyclists and motorcyclists. Since launch in 2014, the Trust has provided road safety education on average to at least 15,000 children resulting in a reduction of child road safety deaths from 350 in 2014 to less than 200 children killed every year by 2018.
To read more on how ZRST is helping to make school journeys safer in the country, click here.
A recording of the “iRAP Helping Save Lives in Zambia” Workshop can be accessed at this link, using Passcode xMRK3FF#.