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The 'Decade of Action for Road Safety'

26 October 2010

The Plan proposes five categories or "pillars" of activities: building road safety management capacity; upgrading the safety of road infrastructure; further developing the safety of vehicles; enhancing the behavior of road users; and improving emergency services

NGOs play a key role in advocating at national and local level, the contribution of NGOs will be essential to the success of the Decade. WHO strongly encourages your involvement. Now we are encouraging all NGOs working in road safety and with road victims to think about what they and others might do during the Decade and to contribute their expertise. By sharing your plans and ideas, you can help make the Decade as successful as possible.

As you can see in the Plan for the Decade, there are 5 "Pillars" that will encompass the activities associated with the Decade. Your NGO may do work that falls under one or more of the Pillars.

Please complete this survey of what your NGO and others might do to support the Pillars of the Decade.

By taking the time to fill out this form by midnight GMT on November 12, you will be making a real contribution to the planning for the Decade of Action. By detailing your aims, work, and ideas you will not only raise the profile of your NGO's efforts, but you will also help other NGOs in the development of their plans for the Decade
 

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