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In September 2014 a number of organisations under the banner of FIRE AID delivered four fully equipped fire appliances and two ambulances to the Moldovan Fire Service in Nisporen. Nisporen is a small town some 60km west of the Moldovan capital Chisinau. Blythswood Care under the guidance of Finlay Mackenzie were instrumental in providing the logistical support that was required to see the safe delivery of the 6 vehicles and ensured that the welfare needs of the 19 strong UK emergency service Instructor team were met.

The evaluation report of the “Road Safety Advocates” (RSA) project represents an independent overview of what iRED managed to achieve on local, regional and national level in Bulgaria in the course of one and a half years of hard work. When speaking about working on grass-root level, empowering young people, developing local capacity, using latest innovation in road safety and reaching out to disadvantaged people, the RSA project is truly our masterpiece. This comprehensive document analyses collected information on all phases of the project lifespan.

Astral si occupa della Progettazione, Costruzione, Gestione e Vigilanza della Rete Viaria Regionale, ha funzioni e compiti amministrativi relativi alle espropriazioni, si cura della manutenzione straordinaria della Rete Viaria Regionale, della Gestione delle opere, immobili e impianti pubblici presi in carico dall’Azienda con appositi verbali di consegna, la gestione dei servizi di monitoraggio e di rilevazione dati e della gestione dei servizi straordinari. Le unità di personale attualmente in forza (dirigenti e non dirigenti, a tempo indeterminato e determinato) sono 173.

ACTIVIDADES DE DIFUSION Y CONCIENCIACION DE EDUCACION Y SEGURIDAD VIAL EN ECUADOR

The LIVES project evaluation report represents an independent overview of what iRED and its partners managed to develop in South Eastern Europe for the past 18 months, covering Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and Poland. The document analyses the feedback of almost five thousand people, actively involved in the project as direct participants, volunteers, trainers and coordinators, and compares it to our previous initiatives “Volunteer! … through road safety” and “Actions Corresponding to the creativeness and local Opportunities in Road safety Development”.

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