Sahel Road Safety initiative Reintegration Program

The purpose of the Sahel Road Safety Initiative is to help Senegalese and Burkinabe law enforcement use road safety as a tool to improve the social contract with their citizens.

Road safety is defined as prevention, response, and public engagement/advocacy used to reduce traffic fatalities and

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criminality on/around roads, including banditry and corruption.

Given the context, INL believes that progress on changing perceptions will require thoughtful analysis, close engagement with host country and citizens alike and an adaptive, iterative approach to hone hypotheses, respond to and anchor ideas in local actors, and identify and capitalize on emerging opportunities and navigate constraints.

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Department of State

Agency: Department of State

Office: International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affair

Estimated Funding: Not Available

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Cheryl PriceGrants Management Specialist

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