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Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) Annual Report 2021 (Inglês)

The Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) plays a key role in improving road safety by supporting effective road safety interventions, including the delivery of technical assistance, capacity development, improvements in infrastructure, and policy-making advice. Over the past year, GRSF has continued to take an active leadership role in speed management activities, including the production of global guidance, technical assistance, and research in this area. In addition, the Facility is working closely with governments around the world to support their efforts to adopt safer road infrastructure designs and to improve existing road networks to accommodate all road users. This work includes conducting assessments of high-risk roads; providing recommendations for safety improvements, and technical guidance on speed management; supporting the development and/or updating of national technical guides or norms; and supporting governments adopt crash data management systems. GRSF plays a critical role as a global road safety knowledge hub and primary partner to governments in delivering research and advisory services. Over the past year GRSF supported World Bank operations and global research in road safety through 46 grants valued at a total of $9.78 million. In 2021, the annual Call for Proposals produced seven successful grants focused on research into managing speed in low-income and UK Aid Direct-eligible countries, totaling more than 919,000 dollars. Over 70 percent of the grant funding through this program has gone to support external partners, increasing from 53 percent in 2020. The ongoing 2020-21 grant activities have improved safety delivered through World Bank loans with a total value of 2.68 billion dollars.




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