The Road Ethics Project is a nonprofit company which addresses the ethical crisis of high levels of road deaths and injuries in South Africa and the SADC region, by sparking conversations and changing minds and behavior to save lives. The Road Ethics Project has three main aims, which are to promote ethical literacy, help people identify their values and reasoning processes related to road use, to explain and promote the Vision Zero philosophy, and to offer training on the Safe System model of road safety.
Fundación Aleatica para la Seguridad Vial (Aleatica Foundation for Road Safety) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote that the right to mobility in road safety becomes a reality for everybody. It contributes to strategic actions through the promotion of a public agenda with multi sectoral participation (public, private sector, academy, and NGOs).
Centre for Girls & Interaction is a non-profit working with local young women and girls local organization, primarily concerned with creating access to information on girls and young women rights or related issues through interaction, advocacy, documentation, education, networking for positive change. The organization realizes the impact of traffic deaths and injuries to on young women and seeks to promote road safety interventions. The organization’s vision is to have a healthy, productive and aesthetic environment where men and women have a sense of belonging, with equitable and adequate distribution of resources.