International cooperation: actions to improve child road safety

A delegation from Uruguay made a full agenda presentation of Model School Environments for the State of Jalisco in Mexico, in addition to presenting the primary results of the qualitative and quantitative studies carried out within the framework of the project "Bases for an integrated management of road safety".


Technical training: Uruguay's experience in Jalisco

Within the framework of the presentation of the primary results of the project "Bases for an integrated management of road safety", a series of technical trainings on child road safety were given by the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez to different governmental actors.


South-South cooperation promotes child road safety in El Salvador

Within the framework of the South-South cooperation project between Uruguay and El Salvador, called "Strengthening of El Salvador's capacities for the sustainable management of road safety", we began training in child road safety for various related institutions.


Child Road Safety on the international cooperation agenda: presentation of results

With the support of the Uruguayan Agency for International Cooperation (AUCI) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we presented to the ambassadors and representatives of the embassies of the region the primary results of the project to expand Child Road Safety in Central America, which we developed in Colombia, El Salvador and Panama, within the framework of international cooperation.


Jalisco and Uruguay initiate road safety project

SETRAN will share the methodological development of its Accident Map, while Uruguay will provide technical assistance on road safety in school environments.


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Report on the "National Child Passenger Safety Program"

Five years after the beginning of its implementation, and within the framework of an alliance with the Banco de Seguros del Estado, which seeks to promote greater knowledge of child mobility, a fine-tuning of this public policy was carried out.


International cooperation: actions to improve child road safety

Bases for an integrated management of road safety is the project approved by the Uruguay-Mexico Joint Cooperation Fund in its V call for proposals. The initiative will be managed for two years by the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez; the National Road Safety Unit (Unasev) of Uruguay; and the Secretary of Transportation of the State of Jalisco, Mexico. They will work on the implementation of evidence-based policies for child road safety; and on relevant contributions on innovative practices for road safety management.