Save the Nation help provide improvements to Addis Ababa’s primary schools' road network. Many projects are planned to better connect communities, improve road safety and help better traffic flow improvements in the school environment include public-based science studies and assessments, road safety assessments, light infrastructure provision, reflective updated clothing, road safety
Save the nation association ( SNA ) is a nonprofit, non-religious, nonpolitical, indigenous development organization established in 2013 and got its license from Ethiopian charities and societies agency on march ,16, 2015 with certificate number 3403. SAVE THE NATION is striving to reduce avoidable road traffic crashes and resulting deaths and injuries. Globally 1.24 million people are killed and nearly 50 million
About Road Safety
Nearly 3,500 people die on the world’s roads every day, which is over 1.2 million people per year, and tens of millions are injured or disabled. Each year, developing countries lose between 1 and 3% of their gross domestic product due to medical costs, productivity losses, and other expenses resulting from deaths and injuries on the road. The economic burden of motor
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Executive Director and Founder
Dr. Mara Adelman
Media and Communication Advisor
Asst. Professor of Public Health
Lencho Kebede Muleta
Save the Nation Road Safety Ambassador
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Road Safety Ambassador for Save the Nation
All our projects are proved in saving lives
We are more than happy to welcome partners who want to work with us
We are more than happy to welcome partners who want to work with us on our projects which are effectively proved in saving precious human lives and property damages.
Our nation is facing road traffic injury problem Save the Nation is trying to fix while we are actively working to halt this road traffic injury carnage we need partners help to make efforts go even further!
What we do:
The full range of expertise and experience established within Save the Nation
- Road Safety education for schools
- Driver training /Defensive driving
- Public awareness raising
- Development of road safety resource materials
- Traffic crash analysis and prevention
- Traffic data collection and analysis
- Transport, traffic safety and society
- Policy and regulation on road safety
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Participation in National and International Programmes
Save the Nation attended The Eighth Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in San Salvador, El Salvador
Save the Nation attended The Eighth Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in San Salvador, El Salvador. The meeting brought together 214 participants from 61 countries, addressing the theme “Rethinking road safety: Mobility for people and planet.” Road crashes cause 1.3 million preventable deaths and around 50 million injuries annually worldwide. UN Member States are committed to reducing road deaths and injuries by 50% by 2030, and the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030 outlines actions to achieve this. Save the Nation calls on governments to prioritize evidence-based actions, transparent investment in safe mobility, and NGO involvement in decision-making processes to achieve the target. The organization commits to advocating for people’s right to safe mobility and a 50% reduction in road deaths and injuries by 2030 by empowering communities, using data and evidence, and holding governments accountable.
Save the Nation Invited in Regional Workshop on Road Safety and Urban Mobility Accra Ghana 2018
Workshop with the theme ‘Road Safety and Urban Mobility’ was held in Accra from 20th – 21th August 2018 A team of two delegates attended the programme on behalf of Save the Naton. The topic and workshop was on SDG 11, on sustainable, safe, inclusive, cities and communities.
Save the Nation Attended Alliance Road Safety Advocate Program in U.S Memphis, Tennessee
MEMPHIS, US, 1 September 2016 — the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety graduated its first Alliance Advocate cohort. Save the Nation Executive Director Mr. Mesganaw Bimrew attended the training.