The Global Road Safety Partnership has announced the launch of the Round 12 Call for Proposals under the Road Safety Grants Programme. Since 2012, the Road Safety Grants Programme has supported organizations advocating for the adoption and implementation of evidence-based policies to protect road users. In Round 12 the Road Safety Grants Programme will accept applications for advocacy to strengthen road user policies as well as vehicle safety standards in eligible countries. Since its inception, the programme has awarded over 75 grants to civil society organizations in 12 countries.
Safer Road Users – Round 12: Eligible Countries and Cities
Applications addressing national level road user policy reform and/or its implementation will be accepted from China, India, Philippines, Tanzania and Thailand.
Applications addressing city level road user policy reform and/or its implementation will be accepted from Accra (Ghana), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Bandung (Indonesia), Bangkok (Thailand), Bogota (Colombia), Fortaleza (Brazil), Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam), Mumbai (India), Sao Paolo (Brazil) and Shanghai (China).
Safer Vehicles – Round 12: Eligible Countries
Applications addressing national level vehicle safety policy reform and/or its implementation will be accepted from India and Mexico.
How to Apply – On-line Application
Details of how to apply are available in the Call for Proposals now available on the Global Road Safety Partnership’s website. Organizations from eligible cities and countries can submit a concept note using their online system at grsp.flexigrant which can be accessed through: http://www.grsproadsafety.org/apply-grant/.
The deadline for submission of completed concept notes is Tuesday, 27 June 2017 at 14:00 hours, Central European Time. Notice of the outcome of the selection process will be sent to applicants Tuesday 25 July 2017. Selected applicants will then be invited to submit full applications for funding.
DOWNLOAD THE ROUND 12 CALL FOR PROPOSALS – Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese. Note that all applications must be submitted in English.