Galvanising Ghana!

Contributing to safer roads for all Ghanaians

Galvanising Ghana to make its roads safe

Do you want to contribute to safer roads in Ghana? If so this is the event for you! We want to hear your thoughts and ideas on the best ways to reduce the number of casualities and increase safety for everyone who uses Ghana's N1 road (aka as the George Bush Highway).

SAFER ROADS IN GHANA

Monday, Nov. 12th 2012 at 6-8pm

St Luke's Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London, EC1V 9AQ

Nearest tube stations are Angel and Old Street on the Northern Line
Buses: 243, 55, 153, 56, 4, 205, 214, 43, 394

The Agenda

(the content of the agenda are constantly being updated so watch this space)
6:00-6:30pm Presentation of the issues currently faced by N1 road users
6:30pm -7:00pm Discussion of specific issues and action planning including the use of the iRAP road assessment procedure (see

http://www.irap.org/about-irap-2/assess-roads-in-your-country)

7:00-7:30pm Networking/break into small groups for further discussion
7:30-8:00pm Review action plan, vote and discuss forwarding agreed actions

Making a positive impact on Ghana (MAPIOG)

Gathering together to make a positive on Ghana is what we are about. To do this we are working with a group of Ghana transportation professionals who are passionate about international collaboration. See the Ghanaian Transportation Professionals Association facebook page for more information (http://www.facebook.com/groups/161541263989841).
UN Decade of Action
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