After one year and a half , the SaferAfrica project knew a first milestone. On 27th April,  the consortium gathered various stakeholders to assess the actions undertaken so far. Besides representatives of some African countries (Morocco, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Kenya and Botswana), many different international actors were present. The World Bank, the African Development Bank and the UN Economic Commission for Africa promised on that occasion to guarantee that there would be enough resources to make the developed “tools” permanent. Other actors such as IRU, FIA, IRF, IRTAD, PIARC and UNECA offered their contribution to develop some aspects. Their attention was mainly focused on the “Capacity Building” activity that we as Vias institute coordinate and work out.

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