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Winners of the GRSF Call for Proposal FY2020.

11 August 2020

Source: The Global Road Safety Facility.

A vital part of the GRSF mission is the Road Safety Grant Program, which supports road safety research and initiatives at the global, regional and country levels by distributing donor funding externally to global partners as well as internally leveraging road safety impacts through World Bank transport investment projects.

GRSF recently announced the winners of the FY 2020 Call for Grant Proposals, a key mechanism of the ongoing GRSF Grant Program in selecting top quality road safety research initiatives. The nine successful grants total $1.711 million, span over a large geographical area, and focus on addressing the growing crisis of road traffic deaths and injuries in low-income countries. This was made possible thanks to the financial support of our UK Aid donors (Department for International Development and Department of Health and Social Care) and with the support of specialized experts from our GRSF Technical Advisory Panel.

While the process was very competitive, having received almost 50 applications requesting for $9.98 million, GRSF would like to thank all applicants for their excellent proposals and looks forward to collaborating with the successful teams on the implementation of their research projects.

To view the successful proposals please click here.

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