We have gathered some useful resources relevant for road safety and mobility NGOs during the COVID-19 pandemic. These include infographics and resources that NGOs have sent us for engaging the community, information and capacity building resources from around the sector and related sectors, research and news articles.
We will continue to add to this page. If you have useful resources that you think would be helpful to the NGO community, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find initiatives from the Alliance HERE.
Read the blog article that we wrote for the Injury and Prevention journal on the challenges facing road safety NGOs during COVID-19 HERE.
Please let us know if you have additional resources to add.
WHO Europe has released a guide in English, French, German, and Russian on moving around during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tips and a public health video for those driving during the pandemic (in Spanish).
Short videos in English and Georgian advising people how to stay safe on public transport
Movement and capacity building at grassroots level.
Useful guide for mobilizing during NGOs. Written for the drug rehabilitation movement but can be made applicable for road safety.
The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) has produced resources for implementing street design for pandemic response and recovery.
ITF are tracking the response of countries in transport regulation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tumi have a range of resources including best practices from around the world, webinars sharing learnings from Shenzhen, China, practices from other disease outbreaks and more.
IRU is a road transport organization. It has collected resources for freight drivers and public transport organizations to deal with the crisis.
McMaster University have gathered research articles around COVID-19. Primarily health focused but rich source of research and evidence.
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Working image: Photo by Quino Al/Unsplash
Lightbulb image: Photo by AbsolutVision/Unsplash
Train image: Zheng2088/pixabay.com
Virus image: PIRO4D/Pixabay