iRAP celebrates reaching 100 countries

Charity organisation iRap (International Road Assessment Programme) is celebrating reaching 100 countries including Brazil, Iceland and China. The charity works with its partners to save lives and prevent serious injuries on the world’s roads.

Charity organisation iRap (International Road Assessment Programme) is celebrating reaching 100 countries including Brazil, Iceland and China.

The charity works with its partners to save lives and prevent serious injuries on the world’s roads.

Rob McInerney, iRAP CEO, says global and regional programme partners include the 2332 World Bank Global Road Safety Facility, Bloomberg Philanthropies, 2465 European Commission, Regional Development Banks, 4127 FedEx and ACEAhelp.

“At the core of the iRAP partnerships is the energy, commitment and close partnerships of governments, mobility clubs, development banks, NGOs and road safety stakeholders working together to make their roads safer at a country level,” he continues. “This local ownership is the key to implementing iRAP’s tools, training and support in the most powerful and locally relevant way.”

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