In line with its mission to promote the development of roads and road networks that enable access and sustainability for all, IRF Geneva has been organising numerous activities in Africa over the past seven decades. Given the growing needs and requests of support received by the IRF from African stakeholders, IRF has decided to strengthen its action and presence through an IRF AFRICA. The objective being to customise, localise and coordinate programmes being implemented in Africa and to facilitate and further strengthen collaboration with African partners with whom those programmes will be implemented.
The Board of IRF Africa is composed of members from prominent African Institutions, multilateral development banks, key regional and sub-regional Institutions and stakeholders.
Kenya Roads Board
Ethiopian Road Fund
Mark H. Rubarenzya
Head of R&D
Uganda National Road Agency
Joseph O. Haule
Road Fund Board Tanzania
President of LASER International
Vice-President of African francophone alliance for road safety
Road Safety Pillar Lead
Girma Berhanu Bezabeh
Transport Engineer and Road Safety Specialist
African Development Bank Group
Economic Affairs Officer
Moroccan Highways – ADM
The IRF Africa Board meets quarterly and operates at a strategic level, primarily performing an advisory role. Its responsibilities include, among others,:
- Identifying and defining strategic areas of action.
- Defining the most suitable activities to address identified issues in order to maximise impact and value.
- Facilitating coordination and development of partnerships in Africa for the implementation of the defined activities.
- Supporting IRF in ensuring that priority areas and identified actions remain high and relevant in the political agenda.
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