Botnar Child Road Safety Challenge

Safe and Sustainable Mobility in Tanga and Colima under the Botnar Child Road Safety Challenge

Children are one of the most vulnerable road users. Ensuring they get to and from school safely should therefore be at the top of the road safety agenda in all countries, but particularly those who bear the brunt of the global road safety crisis – low- and middle-income countries. This case study tells the story of two of the grantees – an organization called Amend based Dar es Salaam, and with an office in Tanga (Tanzania) and World Resource Institute (WRI) – that have been able to influence policy around safer and sustainable mobility through a bottom-up approach involving tangible actions and capacity building.