04/08/2022

COMIXED international cooperation

Thanks to the coordinated work with the Uruguayan Agency for International Cooperation, we were able to add road safety as an element of international cooperation for the first time, this time with the government of El Salvador.

02/05/2022

Safe transportation to school

With the presence of authorities from the National Highway Police, the Uruguayan Pediatrics Society, the Ministry of Development and UNASEV, the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez, with the support of BlueCross & BlueShield of Uruguay, held a discussion on "Safe transportation to school".

12/03/2022

FISEVI shows a renewed commitment on the part of Colombia

The IV International Forum on Child Road Safety - Colombia Chapter, which took place on March 9, 10 and 11 in Bogota, ended with great lessons learned and commitments acquired. FISEVI, which was developed by the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez, the Colombian Ministry of Transportation and the National Road Safety Agency.


10/03/2022

The time has come: FISEVI is here

The Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez, together with the National Road Safety Agency, kicked off the IV International Children's Road Safety Forum - Colombia Chapter, to be held on March 9, 10 and 11 in Bogota.

09/03/2022

FISEVI - Colombia Chapter

The Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez, together with the National Road Safety Agency, is initiating in Colombia the IV International Forum on Child Road Safety - Colombia Chapter, to be held on March 9, 10 and 11, in Bogota.


21/02/2022

Register to participate in FISEVI

FISEVI - Colombia Chapter is set to become the largest child safety forum in the region. Registrations are now open for participation.

10/09/2021

Promoting child road safety actions through international cooperation

With the support of the Uruguayan Agency for International Cooperation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we presented our work on child road safety to the delegations in Uruguay of Panama, El Salvador and Colombia.

13/07/2021

Improving child road safety in Central America

Road traffic crashes are, according to the WHO, the leading cause of death for children and young people between 5 and 29 years of age. In the Americas, the mortality rate per 100,000 inhabitants is 15.6, but across the region the figures are extremely disparate.