WHO WE ARE

Safe Way Right Way (SWRW ) was a result of collaboration between the World Bank’s “Global Road Safety Partnerships” and Total SA to improve road safety on Africa’s economically critical corridors. The collaboration is called the “African Road Safety Corridors Initiative” (ARSCI).

SWRW is a registered NGO founded and funded by a number of private sector companies including Bollore Logistics, CNOOC, Hima Cement Limited, Total Exploration & Production, Total Uganda Limited, Toyota Uganda Limited and Tullow Oil. The organization is focused on but not limited to improving road safety along Uganda’s economically critical corridors.

SWRW board member corporate companies work together to leverage resources and best practice to implement road safety interventions.

MISSION

To mobilise private sector firms and other actors in promoting road safety on the North and Central Corridors in tandem with World Health Organisation's Safe System Approach.

SWRW SCOPE OF WORK

SWRW has two definitions on the scope of work; A. The African Road Safety Corridors Initiative (ARSCI) covers a geographical scope of work which will allow for engagement of the communities along the project corridors. B. The ARSCI implements through a systematic approach with five modules that guide our activities. These are based on the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety pillars towards a systematic approach to Road Safety i.e.
• Road safety management.
• Safe Driver and other road users.
• Safe roads and Mobility.
• Safer vehicles.
• Post- crash response.

SWRW OBJECTIVES

1-3 Year objectives

▪ To reduce speed along the corridor.
▪ To reduce vulnerable road user incidents.
▪ To improve corporate fleet safety through self-regulations.

3 – 5 Year objectives

▪ To introduce and implement quick win solutions to traffic related fatality and injury.
▪ To develop a sustainable model of interventions for local authorities.
▪ To advocate for improved enforcement and infrastructure.

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