To assist in the assessment of a country’s ability to effectively manage road safety, the Global Road Safety Facility has developed an appraisal tool, the Road Safety Management Capacity Review. The review guides the process of shifting from weak to strong institutional management capacity by working with client governments to identify systematic gaps and prioritize investment areas in order to build up activities which advance the development of the lead agency.
The resulting recommendations are incorporated into existing World Bank projects or operations supported by other sources of financing. This ensures that the necessary funding is available for the government to apply the review’s suggested reforms and that funds expended by the Facility leverage additional investment in road safety activity.
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