Towards the 12 voluntary global targets for road safety: Guidance for countries on activities and measures to achieve the voluntary global road safety performance targets
This document acts as a guide to assist countries to monitor and report on the 12 Voluntary Global Road Safety Performance Targets, on which a consensus had been reached during a meeting of WHO Member States held in November 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland.
The voluntary global performance targets for road safety risk factors and service delivery mechanisms are a means to enable countries to monitor and report on progress on road safety efforts. This timely document provides guidance to countries on how to operationalize and utilize these targets. It spells out what type of activities need to be undertaken, what data sources can be used and how performance can be measured and presented. It defines each target and points out what actions need to be taken and how each target can be measured.