Road safety is an issue of concern to all member countries of the central corridor. It is for this reason that a study on this subject has been initiated with a view to reducing accidents caused by roads which do not meet the standards required by the Highway Code as indicated by NYANDWI Edouard, the Secretary of the Commission for road safety in Burundi.
NYANDWI Edward told the Burundi National Television that these actions require a lot of financial means and indicates that the executive secretariat of the central corridor will contribute in the mobilization of resources. He also pointed out that for its part, Burundi has already set up a national road safety commission to draw up projects that go in this direction.
The study is at the level of the interim report. NYANDWI Edouard said the interim report was recently validated in Dar-es-Salam, Tanzania.
Consultant will propose urgent actions to be taken to correct this situation of road safety. Mr Edouard believes that there are actions that require a lot of funding and hopes for a mobilization of funding through the executive secretariat with the financial partners of Burundi. For other actions that do not require much funding, the Government of Burundi will mobilize funding at its height, says the Secretary of the Central Corridor Commission.
the Government of Burundi has already set up a national road safety commission which is responsible for developing projects that improve road safety at the national level and at the central corridor level.The countries in the central corridor are Burundi, Tanzania, DR Congo and Zambia
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