Safe and sustainable transport for rural communities
Safe and sustainable transport for rural communities

This is a collection of links to more information about our partners, including participating government departments, development organisations and universities. In the resources section, there are a number of links to information about the issues addressed by ReCAP, including transportation policy, rural access in Africa and Asia, engineering methods and other topics that will provide context and background for the programme.​

​​Development Agencies

Government Agencies:

Knowledge Resources:

Multi-Lateral Agencies/Initiatives:

National Research Institutes:

World Bank Country Profiles:


Non-profit NGO with a mission is to develop, implement, and evaluate evidenced-based interventions to reduce the incidence of road traffic injury among the most vulnerable road users in Africa.

Association of Southern African Road Agencies (ASANRA)​
ASANRA is committed to supporting and developing an integrated transportation system that meets the national and regional goals and objectives through the adoption of key initiatives.

African Studies Association of the UK (ASAUK)
Scholarly organization with a membership that includes academics, journalists and broadcasters, civil servants and many others with an interest in Africa.

HelpAge International
A  global movement that helps older people claim their rights, challenge discrimination and overcome poverty, so that they can lead dignified, secure, active and healthy lives. 

International Forum for Rural Transport & Development (IFRTD)
Global network of individuals and organisations working together towards improved access, mobility and economic opportunity for poor communities in developing countries.​​ ​​​

Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SloCat) 
Multi-stakeholder partnership with the aim to promote sustainable, low carbon transport and thereby reduce the growth of GHG emissions generated by land transport in developing countries and maximize the contribution of transport to poverty eradication and sustainable development. 

Riders for Health
An international social enterprise that manage and maintain vehicles for health-focused partners in sub-Saharan Africa.

South African Bitumen Association (Sabita)
Centre of excellence for bituminous products through technological advancement and the promotion of cost-effective and sustainable use of these products. 

International development charity that identifies, champions, implements and shares local transport solutions to improve access to basic services and economic opportunity for people in Africa and in developing countries. 

World Road Association (PIARC)
Global association of public road authorities with the mission to be world leader in the exchange of knowledge on roads and road transport policy and practices within an integrated sustainable transport context.​

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