This final report provides a detailed overview of the activities performed during the pilot study to collect more robust accident data in Sierra Leone. It especially summarises the initial activities related to assessment of the current road safety situation in the country and stakeholder consultations to identify the main needs for a standardised road traffic crash data collection framework. After definition of a proposed framework and its validation by Sierra Leone stakeholders, a pilot road traffic crash data collection has been performed. The report also describes the proposed road traffic crash data analysis framework and the accident data management system tailored to Sierra Leone characteristics, as well as the training activities performed.
This work is part of the Applied Research on Rural Roads and Transport Services through Community Access Programmes in Africa and Asia (AFCAP2 and AsCAP)
Tripodi, A., Wurie, N., CTL Sapienza University of Rome & FRED Engineering (2018). Pilot Study to Collect More Robust Accident Data in Sierra Leone, Final Report. London: ReCAP for DFID.