Our History







TRAINING EXPERT DRIVERS

Both experienced and new drivers benefit from our driver training programs. Our progressive techniques are aimed at immediately increasing fuel efficiency, road safety and environmental sustainability, while significantly reducing downtime and operating costs.
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MOTIVATION IS KEY

Changing a behavior is not all that easy. Through our advocacy support, encourage we commemorate world day remembrance for traffic victims in November. This strategy has already been a great success.
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IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS

After the training you get an immediate effect by lower fuel consumption. But trained drivers also result in long term benefits such as higher road safety and less wear and tear on the vehicles.
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Our Milestone

79,000+ Hours+ of behaviour change training services and Advocacy Delivered

December 2018

  • Certificate of Recognition from the National NGOs Council of Kenya for exemplary service to the society
  • Appreciation Certificate from Security force advice and assistance team 7
  • Nominee of the Africa NGOs leadership – HR division in Mauritius

Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

100% On-the-job training and coaching

October 2018

  • Participated in the Africa Ministerial conference hosted by UNECA
  • Launched ECO driving during UN environment day (beat the plastic pollution in the transport and mobility sector)
  • Hosted inter religious districts safety team building event for kiambu and Nairobi community and addressed county level road safety policy reform and implementation of comprehensive provisions on behavioural risk factors

279,000+

Drivers Trained

85% + Youths mentorship programs

September 2018

  • Co-hosted rise for climate in transport and mobility
  • Capacity building and strengthening city legislation related to behind the wheel behavioural risk factors to community

June 2018

  • Awarded phase III of road safety and consultancy project by Kenton collage and prep school
  • Phase 1 Driver training project awarded by west Nairobi School
  • Phase 7 Awarded international schools technical training and consultancy project in Arusha Tanzania with Phase II, III, IV
  • Awarded phase I of safety awareness, Sustainable Development Goal Campaign (SDGs)and consultancy project by West Nairobi School in Kenya

Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

March 2018

  • Become first NGO in Kenya, Africa to benefit from IRAP start rating pilot project for safe school zones hosted by the alliance and sponsored by FedEx USA for Africa Alliance Advocate training in Kenya.

January 2018

  • Awarded Phase 7 School bus awareness on Air pollution in mobility and advocacy awareness by St Andrews school Turi Kenya with Phase II, III, IV included
  • Became a member of the international partnership for road victims in UK

279,000+

Drivers Trained

100% Commitment to champion Air Pollution, road safety and sustainable mobility

June 2017

  • Opened Safedrive Africa Foundation (SADAF) Ghana Office operations to support West Africa community
  • Approved by National transport safety Authority (NTSA) for road safety actors
  • Partnered with The International Road Victims’ Partnership, IRVP, a group of NGOs from all regions of the world who are working together with all Road Safety Stakeholders to improve the Post-Crash Response UK.
  • Registered and patterned with National Transport safety Authority (NTSA) –Road Safety Actors to minimize road carnage

Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

January 2017

  • Awarded phase III of International Simulator driver road safety training project in Qatar to sees SDAF doubling existing footprint to support Qatari Community in road safety and MOI fleets with Phase I and II in 2012-2013
  • Awarded with Phase VI by St Andrews school Turi project for SDAF to train school personnel officers in Kenya
  • July 2017

  • Awarded phase I expansion of Inter schools in Dar Es Salam Tanzania for road safety sensitisation project, consultancy, advocacy and awareness
  • 1000+

    Drivers Trained

    1,000+ Driver Instructors Trained local and internationally

    May and June 2016

    • Initiated ILCAD project in Kenya and Tanzania under UIC in France
    • The Foundation awarded the African NGO Leadership Award in Mauritius
    • Membership with 3-Star Coalition, a group of like-minded organizations working to build a healthier world by advocating for the design and construction of safer roads in the developing world.
    • Awarded phase I -roadway safety and sensitization project by Romanian forces
    • Awarded phase V of road safety and consultancy project by Rusinga group of school in Kenya
    • Launched cash in transit (CIT) road safety and awareness programme for group 4 security (G4S)
    • Awarded phase II of road safety and consultancy project by Kenton collage and prep school

    Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

    of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

    365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

    December 2015

    • Board member of GDF Unity in Diversity under UNAC in Australia
    • Joined the UN Global Partnership on Youth in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
    • Awarded with the African NGO Leadership Award in Mauritius
    • Awarded phase IV of road safety and consultancy project by Rusinga group of schools in Kenya
    • Partnered with Safe Routes to School to make it safe, convenient, and fun for children to walk and bicycle to and from schools USA.
    • Awarded phase II of road safety and consultancy project by Kenton collage and prep school
    • Initiated world day remembrance for traffic victims 2015

    1000+

    Drivers Trained

    Over 60 teachers from over 20 schools have been trained by the experienced faculty of Safedrive Africa Foundation

    May 2015

    • Initiated #SaveKidsLives campaign, supported by the NGOs for road safety Alliance, launches to gather signatures for the Child Declaration for Road Safety.
    • Awarded phase I -environmental safety and sensitization project by Afghan National Police and logistics support
    • Awarded phase II advocacy programme for hospitality industries – Mimosa Court Management
    • Hosted road safety week
    • Hosted international Level Crossing Awareness (ILCAD) Project

    Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

    of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

    365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

    December 2014

    • Became a participating member to UN Global compact network with 9,000 companies+ 4,000 non-businesses to advance the initiative and it’s Ten Principles at the country level, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals
    • Initiated world day remembrance for traffic victims 2014

    August 2014

    • Becomes a member of the European Road Safety charter the largest civil society platform on road safety.
    • Founding Partner - Non-Motorist Transport NMT for CSO in Kenya organised by UNEP
    • Membership of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety in Geneva, Switzerland
    • Awarded phase III of road safety and consultancy project by Rusinga group of school in Kenya

    1,000+

    Drivers Trained

    100% Commitment to champion Air Pollution, road safety and sustainable mobility

    November 2013

    • Launched our 2011–2020 Strategic Plan, which outlines specific goals for Decade of Action for road safety.
    • Phase I international Instructors, driver training & Schools safety projects awarded in 2010 in the intra Gulf with Phase II, III, IV following in 2015 for 2-year period
    • Awarded phase II of road safety and consultancy project by Rusinga group of school and St Andrews school turi in Kenya

    1,000+

    Drivers Trained

    1.6 Million+ Hours of behaviour change training services and Advocacy Delivered

    May 2013

    • Launched our new website to improve information sharing among members and the global road safety community.
    • Awareness programme and consultancy project by Braeburn international group of schools in Kenya
    • Awarded phase I of road safety and consultancy project by Rusinga group of school and St Andrews school Turi, St Monica school and Hoywik schools in Kenya
    • Launched advocacy programme for hospitality industries – Mimosa Court Management

    Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

    of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

    365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

    October 2012

    • Registered as national NGO in Kenya to supporting Local communities
    • Joined to support Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020 an initiative for UN General Assembly in March 2010
    • Joined the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO) which is an international organization uniting NGOs worldwide in the cause of advancing peace and global wellbeing.

    April 2012

    • The Alliance hosts the Third Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Antalya, Turkey, attended by nearly 100 people representing organizations from 50 countries. At the meeting, the Alliance holds its first General Assembly for member NGOs to vote on Alliance bylaws and elect its Board of Directors.

    1000+

    Drivers Trained

    1.6 Million+ Hours of behaviour change training services and Advocacy Delivered

    May 2011

    • The Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020 is launched by the UN General Assembly.

    Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

    of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

    365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

    April 2011

    • The Alliance and WHO coproduce an advocacy guide for NGOs.

    March 2011

    • WHO establishes a steering committee of representative NGOs to formally launch the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety

    1000+

    Drivers Trained

    1.6 Million+ Hours of behaviour change training services and Advocacy Delivered

    March 2011

    • WHO organizes the Second Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Washington, DC, attended by 100 participants representing NGOs from 48 countries. The framework for an NGO alliance is presented.

    November 2009

    • The Brussels Declaration, which includes the concept and outline for a Decade of Action for Road Safety, is presented by NGOs at the First Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Moscow.

    September 2009

    • WHO asks nine member NGOs of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) to explore NGO interest in a global NGO platform for sharing information and best practices; 89% of NGOs surveyed agree that this platform (the future Alliance) would be beneficial

    Motor Vehicle Crashes #1 Cause

    of Death For Teenagers Ages 13-19

    365 days Access to our community activities and event outreach

    May 2009

    • The World Health Organization (WHO) convenes 70 NGOs from 40 countries in Brussels, Belgium, at the First Global Meeting of NGOs Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims to discuss how NGOs can advance the global road safety agenda. The meeting results in the Brussels Declaration.

    1000+

    Drivers Trained

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