Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI

1ST AFRICAN ROAD
SAFETY FORUM

ROAD SAFETY IN AFRICA
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ISSUE

Marrakech 13th-15th November 2018
logo CNPAC logo SSATP
SAVE THE DATE. DON'T MISS IT! Book your place right now! 0 seats remaining.
His Majesty King Mohammed VI May God Glorify Him

His Majesty King Mohammed VI May God Glorify Him

« To do this, it is, in Our view, fundamental that african states set themselves realistic and pragmatic goals, based on the real priorities of the continent. Africa no longer needs ideological slogans, it needs concrete and resolute actions in the fields of peace, security and human development ».

Excerpts from the speech of his Majesty king Mohammed VI at the 29th Summit of African Union Heads of State and Government in Addis-Ababa, July 3rd , 2017


Discover more videos on the official Forum channel.


According to the World Health Organization’s 2015 Global Road Safety Situation Report, nearly 1.25 million people die every year on the roads despite progress in this area. However, while the number of motorized vehicles in the world is growing rapidly, the number of people killed on the roads is stabilizing, as is the global population, which means that actions taken in favor of road safety in the past years have saved lives.

WHO’s statistics also point out that not all road users around the world enjoy the same level of protection. The risk of dying from a traffic accident still largely depends on where people live and how they move.

Indeed, a deep gap still separates high-income countries from low- and middle-income countries. In the latter, there are 90% of road traffic deaths while they account for only 54% of vehicles in circulation in the world. In Europe, especially in the richest countries of the Region, the lowest number of road deaths per capita is recorded, with 6 killed per 100,000 inhabitants. Africa, meanwhile, has the highest rates of 26.6 killed per 100,000 inhabitants.

In addition, the African region has the highest risk of death on the road for vulnerable users who are the least protected, especially pedestrians and cyclists (43% of road victims), while this rate only reaches 26% worldwide.

The Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011-2020) called on countries to implement concrete measures to make their roads safer. At the level of Africa, a continental plan of action was developed during an expert meeting in November 2011 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, by the Economic Commission for Africa(UNECA) and the United Nations African Union. On the eve of the end of this decade, and although some countries have made significant progress, the situation of road safety in Africa remains a matter of concern

Still, the African continent presents enormous possibilities to improve road safety and save more lives. Reputed as a continent with high potential for economic development, insecurity on the roads must not compromise and mortgage these potentialities. The establishment of a sustainable road safety strategy in our continent is an absolute requirement.

Committed to different levels alongside African countries, Morocco intends to host the 1st Forum on Road Safety in Africa. This Forum is a platform for exchanging expertise and good practices in this area. It is also a question of capitalizing on each other's achievements in road safety so that the socio-economic and cultural similarities between African countries are assets and key factors of success.

As road safety is a job in its own right, creating added value in this field is a real challenge for all governments. The strategic and institutional management of road safety, the financing of strategies, the steering of strategies, the integration of new technologies, capacity building, the integration of road safety in the management of companies, studies and research as well as that openness to the components of non-governmental organizations (civil society) are the main axes that will be discussed in this forum, the first of its kind in Africa.

Moreover, in addition to scientific and technical discussions, the opportunity will be given to meetings and exchanges between institutional actors, professionals and components of civil society.

In this context, a large exhibition will be organized to serve as a relay to the panels and to enable stakeholders in African countries to make themselves known, make B to B and B to G meetings in order to build relationships and to promote their business in the field of road safety.

The organization of this continental forum under the theme "Road safety in Africa: Sustainable Development Issue" in the ocher city Marrakech is a logical continuation and a capitalization on the work of COP22 and its declaration for the action in favor of our climate and Sustainable Development.

Welcome to Marrakech, the city that shines, like a red star, on Morocco and Africa since 1071. A city where modernity meets tradition with ease. This promises you a rich and diverse experience both in the personal and professional plans.


Forum Objectives

  • Create an African framework for reflection on road safety in Africa ;
  • Promote ownership of road safety in Africa to achieve the goals of the 2011-2020 Decade of Action ;
  • Bring together government institutions and organizations, experts, economic actors, public and private companies, NGOs from the African continent working for road safety ;
  • Share experiences and good practices on road safety in the African continent ;
  • Promote cooperation between African countries in the field of road safety ;
  • Develop exchanges and relations between African economic operators in the field of Road Safety ;
  • Encourage investment in the various sectors related to road safety ;
  • Promote the integration of new technologies into the management and management of road safety in Africa ;
  • Pooling and capitalizing on NGO experiences to serve as a relay for anchoring values in societies in Africa ;
  • Study the mechanisms for setting up and implementing an African road safety observatory ;

Venue

Congress Palace Marrakech

Ideally located and offering a rich and secure cultural experience for all, the Congress Palace has built a solid reputation for excellence for many years!

Visit the website

Ministers

AMARA Abdelkader Minister
AMARA Abdelkader
Morocco
AMARA Abdelkader Minister

Ministre de l’Equipement, du Transport, de la Logistique et de l’Eau au Maroc

DOUKKALI Anass Minister
DOUKKALI Anass
Morocco
DOUKKALI Anass Minister

Ministre de la Santé au Maroc

BOULIF Mohamed Najib Minister
BOULIF Mohamed Najib
Morocco
BOULIF Mohamed Najib Minister

Secrétaire d'Etat chargé du Transport au Maroc

AL SULAITI Jassim Saif Ahmed Minister
AL SULAITI Jassim Saif Ahmed
Qatar
AL SULAITI Jassim Saif Ahmed Minister

Minister of Transport and Communications in Qatar

Landgren Mattias Minister
Landgren Mattias
Sweden
Landgren Mattias Minister

State Secretary at Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation

SEIDOU Alassane Minister
SEIDOU Alassane
Benin
SEIDOU Alassane Minister

Ministre des Infrastructures et des Transports au Bénin

DABILGOU Timbindi Vincent Minister
DABILGOU Timbindi Vincent
Burkina Faso
DABILGOU Timbindi Vincent Minister

Ministre des Transports, de la Mobilité Urbaine et de la Sécurité Routière au Burkina Faso

Jusko Ismir Minister
Jusko Ismir
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jusko Ismir Minister

Minister of Communications and Transport

NTUNZWENIMANA Jean Bosco Minister
NTUNZWENIMANA Jean Bosco
Burundi
NTUNZWENIMANA Jean Bosco Minister

Ministre des Transports, des Travaux Publics, de l'Equipement et de l’Aménagement du Territoire au Burundi

NGALLE BIBEHE Jean Ernest Massena Minister
NGALLE BIBEHE Jean Ernest Massena
Cameroon
NGALLE BIBEHE Jean Ernest Massena Minister

Ministre des Transports au Caméroun

JOUSSO THEODORE Minister
JOUSSO THEODORE
Central African Republic
JOUSSO THEODORE Minister

Ministre des Transports et de l'Aviation Civile au Centrafrique

BADAOUI Mohamed Chatur Minister
BADAOUI Mohamed Chatur
Comoros
BADAOUI Mohamed Chatur Minister

Ministre de l'Aménagement du Territoire, de l'Urbanisme au Comores

MAKILA SUMANDA JOSE Minister
MAKILA SUMANDA JOSE
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
MAKILA SUMANDA JOSE Minister

VICE-PREMIER MINISTRE, MINISTRE DES TRANSPORTS ET COMMUNICATIONS

NDOUNDANGOYE Justin Minister
NDOUNDANGOYE Justin
Gabon
NDOUNDANGOYE Justin Minister

Ministre gabonais des Transports et de la Logistique.

JOBE Lamin Ousmane Minister
JOBE Lamin Ousmane
Gambia
JOBE Lamin Ousmane Minister

Minister of Transport, Works, and Infrastructure in Gambia

TSEHLO MOSES RAMAROU Minister
TSEHLO MOSES RAMAROU
Lesotho
TSEHLO MOSES RAMAROU Minister

Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport in Lesotho

WLUE A. SAMUEL Minister
WLUE A. SAMUEL
Liberia
WLUE A. SAMUEL Minister

Minister of Transport

COULIBALY Soumana Mory Minister
COULIBALY Soumana Mory
Mali
COULIBALY Soumana Mory Minister

Ministre des Transports au Mali

BEBOARIMISA Ralava Minister
BEBOARIMISA Ralava
Madagascar
BEBOARIMISA Ralava Minister

MINISTRE DES TRANSPORTS ET DE LA MÉTÉOROLOGIE

DIMOU Fidèle Minister
DIMOU Fidèle
Congo
DIMOU Fidèle Minister

Ministre des transports de l'Aviation Civile et de la Marine Marchande

DIALLO Abdoulaye Daouda Minister
DIALLO Abdoulaye Daouda
Senegal
DIALLO Abdoulaye Daouda Minister

Ministre des Infrastructures, des Transports Terrestres et du Désenclavement au Sénégal

KALLON Kabineh Moinama Minister
KALLON Kabineh Moinama
Sierra Leone
KALLON Kabineh Moinama Minister

Minister of Transport and Aviation in Sierra Leone

OUOSSO EMILE Minister
OUOSSO EMILE
Congo
OUOSSO EMILE Minister

Ministre de l’Équipement et de l'Entretien Routier Congo/Brazzaville

OKWACI Rebecca Joshua Minister
OKWACI Rebecca Joshua
South Sudan
OKWACI Rebecca Joshua Minister

Minister of Roads and Bridges in South Sudan

MATIZA Joel Biggie Minister
MATIZA Joel Biggie
Zimbabwe
MATIZA Joel Biggie Minister

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development in Zimbabwe

AMAECHI Chibuike Rotimi Minister
AMAECHI Chibuike Rotimi
Nigeria
AMAECHI Chibuike Rotimi Minister

Minister of Transportation in Nigeria

KWEKU OFORI ASIAMAH Minister
KWEKU OFORI ASIAMAH
Ghana
KWEKU OFORI ASIAMAH Minister

Minister of Transport in Ghana

BORENGUE JOAQUÍN ELEMA Minister
BORENGUE JOAQUÍN ELEMA
Equatorial Guinea
BORENGUE JOAQUÍN ELEMA Minister

Deputy Minister for Transport, the Postal Service and Telecommunications


VIP

Khalid Cherkaoui VIP
Khalid Cherkaoui
Morocco
Khalid Cherkaoui VIP

Secrétaire Général du Ministère de l'Equipement, du Transport, de la Logistique et de l'Eau

BEN ABDERRAHIM SOUAD VIP
BEN ABDERRAHIM SOUAD
Tunisia
BEN ABDERRAHIM SOUAD VIP

MAIRE DE TUNIS

TODT Jean VIP
TODT Jean
France
TODT Jean VIP

President of Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile FIA

Drees-Gross Franz Richard VIP
Drees-Gross Franz Richard
United States
Drees-Gross Franz Richard VIP

Director, Transport & ICT Global Practice at World Bank Group

KRUG Etienne VIP
KRUG Etienne
Switzerland
KRUG Etienne VIP

Director, Department for Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention in WHO

Kapila Kiran VIP
Kapila Kiran
Switzerland
Kapila Kiran VIP

Chairman IRF (Geneva, Switzerland)

Mandela Zoleka VIP
Mandela Zoleka
South Africa
Mandela Zoleka VIP

Global Road Safety Ambassador - FIA Foundation

KIM Young Tae VIP
KIM Young Tae
Republic of Korea
KIM Young Tae VIP

Secretary-General of the International Transport Forum (ITF)

NEJMI Hicham VIP
NEJMI Hicham
Morocco
NEJMI Hicham VIP

Secrétaire Général du Ministère de la Santé

Ward David VIP
Ward David
United Kingdom
Ward David VIP

Secretary General, Global New Car Assessment Programme

Abdelali GOUR VIP
Abdelali GOUR
Morocco
Abdelali GOUR VIP

Chef de Cabinet au Ministère de l'Equipement, du Transport, de la Logistique et de l'Eau

BADIANE ALIOUNE VIP
BADIANE ALIOUNE
Senegal
BADIANE ALIOUNE VIP

MODERATOR OF THE HIGH LEVEL PANEL OF MINISTERS

DIARRA NAMA ALIMATA JEANNE VIP
DIARRA NAMA ALIMATA JEANNE
Burkina Faso
DIARRA NAMA ALIMATA JEANNE VIP

Représentant Résident de l’OMS au BURKINA FASO

COPPEY Pierre VIP
COPPEY Pierre
France
COPPEY Pierre VIP

Président de VINCI Autoroutes

HIFDI Abdelilah VIP
HIFDI Abdelilah
Morocco
HIFDI Abdelilah VIP

Président de la Fédération du Transport de la CGEM

Samba Sadfy VIP
Samba Sadfy
Mauritania
Samba Sadfy VIP

Secrétaire Général du Ministère del’Equipement et des Transports

TINDANO KOMLAN VIP
TINDANO KOMLAN
Togo
TINDANO KOMLAN VIP

Secretary General, Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports

TRAORE Souleymane VIP
TRAORE Souleymane
Guinea
TRAORE Souleymane VIP

President of African Road Maintenance Funds Association - ARMFA

KONATE Mamadou Sidiki VIP
KONATE Mamadou Sidiki
Mali
KONATE Mamadou Sidiki VIP

Président de l'Organisation pour la Sécurité Routière en Afrique de l'Ouest (OSRAO) Je suis membre du groupe de travail chargé d'élaborer le projet du Plan d'Action 2019-2020 de l'Observatoire Africain pour la Sécurité Routière. Ce groupe a été mis en place à Abuja au Nigeria lors de la réunion annuelle du SSATP du 02 au 06 juillet 2018.

Bageya Waiswa VIP
Bageya Waiswa
Uganda
Bageya Waiswa VIP

Secretary-General at Ministry of Works and Transport

VEHBI SASAOGLU ASAF VIP
VEHBI SASAOGLU ASAF
Morocco
VEHBI SASAOGLU ASAF VIP

Président Directeur Général Vivo Energy Maroc


Forum Speakers

NAHIL Nadia Speaker
NAHIL Nadia
Morocco
NAHIL Nadia Speaker

Directrice des Systèmes d'Information au METLE

ADOUKONOU E. Aubin Speaker
ADOUKONOU E. Aubin
Benin
ADOUKONOU E. Aubin Speaker

Directeur du Centre National de Sécurité Routière au Bénin

IMZEL Ahmed Speaker
IMZEL Ahmed
Morocco
IMZEL Ahmed Speaker

Directeur des Routes

ABDOU Abdoul-Aziz Speaker
ABDOU Abdoul-Aziz
Niger
ABDOU Abdoul-Aziz Speaker

Directeur de la Sécurité Routière

FRIGUI AFIF Speaker
FRIGUI AFIF
Tunisia
FRIGUI AFIF Speaker

Président de l'Association Tunisienne de Prévention Routière

BADDOU BACHIR Speaker
BADDOU BACHIR
Morocco
BADDOU BACHIR Speaker

DIRECTEUR GENERAL DE LA FMSAR

MESSIBA IRENE ODOKAI Speaker
MESSIBA IRENE ODOKAI
Ghana
MESSIBA IRENE ODOKAI Speaker

Director at MINISRY OF TRANSPORT

Bamba Banjai Speaker
Bamba Banjai
Guinea-Bissau
Bamba Banjai Speaker

General Director of Land Transport O Ministério dos Transportes e Comunicações, através do Director Geral de Viação e Transportes Terrestres, apresentara a situação da segurança rodoviária na Guine-Bissau sector vulnerável no país.

SEGUI-GOMEZ MARIA Speaker
SEGUI-GOMEZ MARIA
Spain
SEGUI-GOMEZ MARIA Speaker

FIA Consultante

Donkers Erik Speaker
Donkers Erik
Netherlands
Donkers Erik Speaker

Traffic ICT company VIA focuses on road safety and smart software development for governments. As director of VIA I have gained, in the past 35 years, a lot of experience as a traffic consultant in various projects at municipal, provincial and national level. Often focused on the development of new methods and techniques, supported by digital applications and databases. Since 2012 VIA focuses completely on the development of traffic-ICT aimed at providing insight into road safety, stimulating automated work processes and bringing together people and knowledge. I believe that software can improve road safety through road safety management, data collection and analysis with practical applications for politicians, professionals and the public. Therefor we work at VIA with smart software what we call Digital Partner.

HICHAM MELLLATI Speaker
HICHAM MELLLATI
Morocco
HICHAM MELLLATI Speaker

Directeur des Affaires Pénales et des Grâces au Ministère de la Justice

MAIGA Ousmane Speaker
MAIGA Ousmane
Mali
MAIGA Ousmane Speaker

Technical Adviser, Ministry of Transports

MATHEWS KININI JULIA Speaker
MATHEWS KININI JULIA
Lesotho
MATHEWS KININI JULIA Speaker

Director of Road Safety Department

Bedda Cheikh Speaker
Bedda Cheikh
Mauritania
Bedda Cheikh Speaker

MOHAMED SOILIHI Speaker
MOHAMED SOILIHI
Comoros
MOHAMED SOILIHI Speaker

Director of Traffic, Ministry of Transport

CONTEH HAROUN Speaker
CONTEH HAROUN
Sierra Leone
CONTEH HAROUN Speaker

Manager at Ministry of Transport and Aviation

Noitora François Speaker
Noitora François
Chad
Noitora François Speaker

Directeur Général des Transports de surface

lavaud anne Speaker
lavaud anne
France
lavaud anne Speaker

Déléguée Générale de l'association Prévention Routière

Chinyere Obio Speaker
Chinyere Obio
Zimbabwe
Chinyere Obio Speaker

Director at Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe

NGANGA MANZIMA JEAN REMY Speaker
NGANGA MANZIMA JEAN REMY
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
NGANGA MANZIMA JEAN REMY Speaker

PRESIDENT (DIRECTEUR GENERAL) DE LA COMMISSION NATIONALE DE PREVENTION ROUTIERE DE LA RDC DONT LE SIEGE SE TROUVE AU 298 AV. GECAMINES KINSHASA-GOMBE

Sayadi Noureddine Speaker
Sayadi Noureddine
Tunisia
Sayadi Noureddine Speaker

Directeur de la Circulation

NYANDWI Edouard Speaker
NYANDWI Edouard
Burundi
NYANDWI Edouard Speaker

Technical Adviser, Ministry of Transport, Public Works, Equipment and Land Use Planning

ahra noureddine Speaker
ahra noureddine
Morocco
ahra noureddine Speaker

Doctorat en Sociologie de la sécurité routière / Chef de la Division Education Relation avec les milieux Professionnels et la société civile / CNPAC

Goos Joop Speaker
Goos Joop
Netherlands
Goos Joop Speaker

Former deputy director road safety at the Dutch Ministry of Transport and advisor to the Minister, past general director of the Dutch Traffic Safety Association VVN and former elected president of La Prévention Routière Internationale PRI. Nowadays international executive consultant save mobility and road safety. Involved in the SAVELIVE AFRICA Project and technical project director at EU supported project Road Safety - Vision Zero for Turkey

BAAMAL Brahim Speaker
BAAMAL Brahim
Morocco
BAAMAL Brahim Speaker

Directeur des Transports Routiers et de la Sécurité Routière

Cherqaoui Mhamed Speaker
Cherqaoui Mhamed
Morocco
Cherqaoui Mhamed Speaker

Quality and Safety Manager Vivo Energy Maroc

Brondum Lotte Speaker
Brondum Lotte
Denmark
Brondum Lotte Speaker

Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety Secretariat

Janmohammed Aliasgher Speaker
Janmohammed Aliasgher
South Africa
Janmohammed Aliasgher Speaker

Aliasgher Janmohammed (Ali) is from Tanzania and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, as well as a Masters in Transport Planning (with distinction for his dissertation), from the University of Cape Town. He is currently working in South Africa as a Project Manager for the ‘Prevention of Injuries Impacting Children in South Africa’ UNICEF Project, managed by Childsafe South Africa, in collaboration with the University of Cape Town. Ali has also worked for a Western Cape (WC) Provincial Road Safety project, with a similar aim of reducing the high fatality rate for the WC population.

Carnis Laurent Speaker
Carnis Laurent
France
Carnis Laurent Speaker

Directeur de recherche, HDR, doctorat en sciences économiques, spécialiste de l'économie de la sécurité routière

IAYCH KACEM Speaker
IAYCH KACEM
Morocco
IAYCH KACEM Speaker

Dr Kacem Iaych is a statistician/mathematician in the Department for Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention (NVI) in WHO responsible for the statistics for the Global Status Report on Road Safety. He has a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Mathematics/Statistics (Geneva, Switzerland). Prior to joining WHO, Dr Iaych worked for the International Road Federation, ILO and in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Geneva. He is currently the focal point for injury data in WHO and member of the management board of the SaferAfrica project.

BETTENCOURT MARIA DA LUZ Speaker
BETTENCOURT MARIA DA LUZ
Cape Verde
BETTENCOURT MARIA DA LUZ Speaker

Directrice Générale de la Planification du Budget et de la Gestion

Zammataro Susanna Speaker
Zammataro Susanna
Switzerland
Zammataro Susanna Speaker

Director General IRF (Geneva, Switzerland)

melo andrade dina estela Speaker
melo andrade dina estela
Cape Verde
melo andrade dina estela Speaker

Gosto de estudar assuntos relacionados com a segurança Rodoviaria. Directrice Générale des Transports Routiers

Mbamome Nkendong Divine Speaker
Mbamome Nkendong Divine
Cameroon
Mbamome Nkendong Divine Speaker

Directeur des Transports Terrestres

Bezabeh Girma Berhanu Speaker
Bezabeh Girma Berhanu
Cote d'Ivoire
Bezabeh Girma Berhanu Speaker

Dr. Girma Berhanu BEZABEH has over 20 years’ international experience in road safety. He is a Road Safety Specialist in the African Development Bank for providing road safety support for African countries. Before he joined AfDB in 2010, he was an Assistant Professor in Transport Engineering at the Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.

DIEBOLD Philippe Speaker
DIEBOLD Philippe
France
DIEBOLD Philippe Speaker

Philippe Diebold est nommé Directeur Technique de RATP Dev en 2016 après un parcours de près de 25 ans consacré à l'ingénierie, la maintenance puis à l’exploitation des transports urbains au sein de la RATP. Il est également membre du Comité de Direction de RATP Dev. Philippe Diebold commence sa carrière en 1990 en tant qu'Ingénieur travaux routiers, chargé des chantiers de réfection de voiries urbaines, pour le Groupe Bouygues. Dès 1992 il intègre les équipes Ingénierie de la RATP et devient Maître d'œuvre général pour la création de la gare Val d'Europe. À partir de 2001, il est Responsable de la conception de nouvelles infrastructures et de l’amélioration des espaces voyageurs pour RATP Projets, puis Directeur d'Unité Opérationnelle en charge d'une Unité de 500 personnes dédiée à la Maintenance des équipements et systèmes des Espaces en station. En 2012, il intègre le département Gestion des Infrastructures et est en charge de la gestion des équipements de sécurité, des équipements lourds en station et des infrastructures de génie civil. De 2014 à 2016, il pilote la plus importante ligne RER d'Ile-de-France et gère à cet effet les 1 600 salariés qui veillent au confort quotidien de plus d'un million de voyageurs. Philippe Diebold est diplômé de l'École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers.

RATTO Philippe Speaker
RATTO Philippe
Morocco
RATTO Philippe Speaker

Directeur de RATP Dev Casablanca

VAUTIER PATRICK Speaker
VAUTIER PATRICK
France
VAUTIER PATRICK Speaker

Directeur Marketing Innovation, RATP Dev

MEJA FRANCIS Speaker
MEJA FRANCIS
Kenya
MEJA FRANCIS Speaker

Directeur Général de l'Autorité Nationale des Transports et de la Sécurité

David Adonteng Speaker
David Adonteng
Ghana
David Adonteng Speaker

National Road Safety Commission

Amor Dr. Hamed Speaker
Amor Dr. Hamed
Germany
Amor Dr. Hamed Speaker

Strategic and Development Director

EKPA Anthonia Akpabio Speaker
EKPA Anthonia Akpabio
Nigeria
EKPA Anthonia Akpabio Speaker

Director at Federal Ministry of Transportation

ZUNGUZE CLÁUDIO DANIEL CAMIÃO Speaker
ZUNGUZE CLÁUDIO DANIEL CAMIÃO
Mozambique
ZUNGUZE CLÁUDIO DANIEL CAMIÃO Speaker

National Director of Transport and Safety

Amanyire Ronald Speaker
Amanyire Ronald
Uganda
Amanyire Ronald Speaker

Secretary, National Road Safety Council, Ministry of Transport

AGOMOH KINGSLEY Speaker
AGOMOH KINGSLEY
Nigeria
AGOMOH KINGSLEY Speaker

Assistant Corps Marshal Kingsley N Agomoh, mni

PHILIPP Patrick Speaker
PHILIPP Patrick
Switzerland
PHILIPP Patrick Speaker

The IRU Academy equips the industry with the knowledge and skills to change and improve performance. Through our advisory arm, we work with governments, policy makers and industry leaders to create strategic and focused reform to effect far-reaching advances in logistics performance.

NYAMBOSE MADALO MUNGAPOTI Speaker
NYAMBOSE MADALO MUNGAPOTI
Malawi
NYAMBOSE MADALO MUNGAPOTI Speaker

Director of Transport Planning

KANDOJE ANNIE Speaker
KANDOJE ANNIE
Malawi
KANDOJE ANNIE Speaker

Deputy Director of Road Traffic & Safety Services

KIBOGONG Duncan KIMOSOP Speaker
KIBOGONG Duncan KIMOSOP
Kenya
KIBOGONG Duncan KIMOSOP Speaker

Deputy Director and the Head of Safety Strategies and County Coordination Department in NTSA since January 2015.Previously he worked in road Safety programmes at the World Health Organization (WHO) for over five years. Dr Kibogong is a holder of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor Surgery (MB, ChB) from University of Nairobi and holder of Master of Public Health (MPH). He is a graduate of Master of Science in Strategic Management (MSc Strategic Management) from JKUAT. He has extensive training in road transport and road safety from a number of international organizations. He has Post Graduate Course Certification in Road Safety from the International Road Safety Institute based at Delft University of Technology’s Department of Transport & Planning in The Netherlands. He is also certification on Road Traffic Injury Prevention and Control in Low and Middle Income Countries from Johns Hopkins University, USA. He has a certification on International Course on Transport Planning and Safety from Indian Institute of Technology, Transport Research and Injury Prevention Programme, New Delhi, India and special certification on Project Management for Road Safety by Project Management Course on Road Safety by International Management Development Programme (IMDP).

Drammeh Essa Speaker
Drammeh Essa
Gambia
Drammeh Essa Speaker

Director of Planning at Ministry of Transport Works and Infrastructure

BEKALE NTOUTOUME Aloîse Speaker
BEKALE NTOUTOUME Aloîse
Gabon
BEKALE NTOUTOUME Aloîse Speaker

Directeur Général de la Sécurité Routière au Gabon.

KAMAGATE Tidjane Amadou Speaker
KAMAGATE Tidjane Amadou
Cote d'Ivoire
KAMAGATE Tidjane Amadou Speaker

Directeur des Etudes Office de Sécurité Routière (OSER)

Ely Aoubeck Mohamed Speaker
Ely Aoubeck Mohamed
Mauritania
Ely Aoubeck Mohamed Speaker

Directeur Général Adjoint des Transports Terrestres


Organisers

Boulaajoul Benacer Organiser
Boulaajoul Benacer
Morocco
Boulaajoul Benacer Organiser

Secrétaire Permanent du Comité National de Prévention des Accidents de la Circulation. Président de la Prévention Routière Internationale

Diouf Ibou Organiser
Diouf Ibou
United States
Diouf Ibou Organiser

Director SSATP / World Bank Group

Tawia Addo-Ashong Organiser
Tawia Addo-Ashong
Kenya
Tawia Addo-Ashong Organiser

Senior Transport Specialist / SSATP Road Safety Pillar Leader

Diouri Hicham Organiser
Diouri Hicham
Morocco
Diouri Hicham Organiser

Chef de la Division Etudes, Documentation et Systèmes d'Information au Comité National de Prévention des Accidents de la Circulation

MAAFA ABDESSADEK Organiser
MAAFA ABDESSADEK
Morocco
MAAFA ABDESSADEK Organiser

Chef de la division Communication et sensibilisation au CNPAC

Oueslati Inje Organiser
Oueslati Inje
United States
Oueslati Inje Organiser

Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP) Transport & Digital Development, World Bank

El rhallouch Fatima Ezzahra Organiser
El rhallouch Fatima Ezzahra
Morocco
El rhallouch Fatima Ezzahra Organiser

CADRE DEI/CNPAC

HACHIMI ALAOUI Abdelkader Organiser
HACHIMI ALAOUI Abdelkader
Morocco
HACHIMI ALAOUI Abdelkader Organiser

Chargé du Service Événementiel et Relations Publiques

NASSIR MASTAPHA Organiser
NASSIR MASTAPHA
Morocco
NASSIR MASTAPHA Organiser

RAIS ABDELILAH Organiser
RAIS ABDELILAH
Morocco
RAIS ABDELILAH Organiser

Chef du Service Administratif

LOUDIYI Mhani Organiser
LOUDIYI Mhani
Morocco
LOUDIYI Mhani Organiser

Chef de la Division de la Coopération, Secrétariat Général

Abidi Salah Organiser
Abidi Salah
Morocco
Abidi Salah Organiser

Chef du Service de la Coopération Multilatérale

EL OMRI Souad Organiser
EL OMRI Souad
Morocco
EL OMRI Souad Organiser

Coopération au METLE

LADIKi El Mostafa Organiser
LADIKi El Mostafa
Morocco
LADIKi El Mostafa Organiser

CNPAC

Ben Hammou A Ali Organiser
Ben Hammou A Ali
Morocco
Ben Hammou A Ali Organiser

Cellule Communication au METLE

Schedule

Forum Program

The exhibitor's guide

Premium Sponsors

Vivo Energy
Renault

Gold Sponsors

RAM
Supratours
Traffitec
Orange
OCP
ADM
ANP
SNTL
LPEE
ONCF
CTM

Sponsor Silver

RATP
EDI Logo Emirates

Sponsor Bronze

Continental
ElanCité
SAS
CID
GTR
Atelier Teuli
APC cimentiers
Jenoptik
SGS
Dekra
Vitronic
Alsa
Omnium Technologique
VIA
save life

Forum Partners

Ministère des Affaires étrangères et de la Coopération Internationale
Ministère de l'Intérieur
la Banque Mondiale
African development bank group
Organisation mondiale de la Santé
FiA
Forum International des Transports
IRF
CGEM
PRI
lasermedia
Global Alliance
MCM
AROSO
AMDL

Partenaires Media

SNRT
2M
MAP
Medi1
Medi1 R
MedRadio
Atlantic
Radio+
MFM
2M Radio
Lux Radio
MedinaFM
RadioMars
HIT Radio
ASWAT
REGISTER NOW AND GUARANTEE YOUR SEAT!

DON'T HESITATE Book your place Now!

Registrations have been closed. Thank you for your visit.

African Road Safety Film Festival

The 1st African Road Safety Forum is taking place on 13th , 14th and 15th November 2018 in Marrakech. The Laser International Foundation and the Francophone Alliance for Road Safety support this event by producing the 1st African Road Safety Film Festival.

The 1st African Road Safety Film Festival aims to reinforce, through images and films, awareness of the dangers of road traffic and ways to make roads safer to fight the 1.25 year old pandemic. million dead and 50 million injured on the roads each year.

More specifically, it aims to :

  • Mark road safety to the political attention of the African continent, in order to achieve the goals of the Decade of Action for Road Safety and the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda ;
  • Promote international cooperation in the field of road safety and sustainable mobility ;
  • Offer a promotional platform for filmmakers and festival producers to pursue and develop their initiatives.

The categories are as follows :

  • Communication & campaigns ;
  • Education & training ;
  • Road safety at work ;
  • Innovations for road safety and sustainable mobility ;
  • Reports and magazines ;

They reflect the main priorities of road safety in African countries: vulnerable road users; pedestrian safety; security devices ; use of helmet, seat belts and child restraint systems; safety of two motorized wheels; alcohol and drugs; emergency relief; safe infrastructure; road safety at work; sustainable mobility; safe and intelligent vehicles.

Films must be produced in one of the Festival's three official languages: French, English, Arabic. Films produced in other languages ​​are eligible but it is recommended to caption them in one of the three official languages.

The registration of films is recorded from September 1st to October 20th , 2018. Participation is free.

Download the registration form

Venue: Palais des congrès in Marrakech.

arsforum2018@cnpac.gov.ma

Dates to remember

  • Deadline for submission of participation October 14, 2018
  • Notification of acceptance on October 22, 2018

For sponsorship, please download this form , fill it out and send it back by mail toarsforum2018@cnpac.gov.ma

For participant requiring an entry visa to Morocco, please send a copy of your passport to the Forum e-mail address arsforum2018@cnpac.gov, indicating the following information: :
Family Name :
First name :
Passport number :
Organisation :
Quality in the organization :
Country :

*Please complete all fields correctly