The Involvement and Impact of Road Crashes on the Poor: Bangladesh and India Case Studies.

Abstract

In 2000, the United Kingdom's Department for International Development funded a research study to update the road crash costing guidelines for low income countries. This study involved conducting household surveys in different locations to estimate the actual incidence as well as the economic and social impacts. Further analysis of the data collected in the two case studies, Bangladesh and Bangalore (India) has provided the basis for this report which compares the poor with the non-poor when involved in fatal and serious road crashes in urban and rural areas.

Citation

The Involvement and Impact of Road Crashes on the Poor: Bangladesh and India Case Studies.

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