The road crash crisis has been neglected for far too long and treated in isolation. Addressing it is critical for both sustainable development and human rights. This year, we bring you our 2020 Impact Report demonstrating how our work integrates with Sustainable Development Goals. With your unwavering support, we served over 6.5 million people.
Over the past twenty years, AIP Foundation has been guided by our mission to protect the most vulnerable road users, and to deliver those life-saving interventions across low- and middle-income countries. Throughout 2019, AIP Foundation collaborated with road safety advocates all over the world to advance the 2030 development agenda, and expanded our programming to
In 2018, we completed our 19th year of saving lives in low- and middle-income countries. Our diverse programs – ranging from advocating on behalf of garment and footwear factory workers and educating underserved ethnic minority communities, to empowering university students to act as ambassadors for their peers – spanned five countries. In Cambodia, China, Myanmar,
In 2017, we celebrated our 18th year of saving lives in low- and middle-income countries. Our programs – ranging from advocating on behalf of garment and footwear factory workers and educating underserved ethnic minority communities, to empowering university students to act as ambassadors for their peers – extended across five countries. We distributed 25,572 quality
In 2016, we celebrated our 17th year of saving lives in low- and middle-income countries. Our diverse programs – ranging from developing truck driving trainings and educating children, to empowering the media and advocating local governments – spanned four countries. We distributed 17,444 quality helmets during the 2015-2016 school year, and worked with more than
AIP Foundation ends its 16th year with exciting progress towards making roads safe. This year, we saw a major shift in the global prioritization of road safety. The United Nations (UN) included two key targets for reducing road deaths and injuries in its post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. AIP Foundation made strides towards improving road safety,
The year 2014 marked 15 years of AIP Foundation’s work to prevent road crash fatalities and injuries worldwide. Gaining momentum, AIP Foundation celebrated many achievements in making roads safer during 2014. We continued developing effective programs based on proven methods that provide life-saving skills to vulnerable road users and strengthened relationships with governments to advance
In 2013, AIP Foundation saw positive changes reduce the burden of road crashes through the international road safety community’s dedication to protect vulnerable road users – motorcyclists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Building on this momentum, AIP Foundation increased collaboration with governments, expanded pedestrian safety work, and brought helmet safety to more schools than ever before. Find
In 2012, AIP Foundation broke ground in new locations, enhanced existing partnerships, interacted face-to-face with road users, and let the latest research guide us, as we continue our initiatives to deliver vaccines for road safety; around the world.
On May 11, 2011, more than 80 countries worldwide celebrated the launch of the Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011-2020). The UN Resolution calls for a 50 percent reduction in road traffic fatalities by 2020. This resolution can have a tremendous impact on the world’s awareness of road traffic accidents as a critical public