Road safety

Road Safety Stakeholder Meeting – PAHO/WHO

Traffic accidents cause the death of around 1.3 million people worldwide each year and leave between 20 and 50 million people with non-fatal injuries. In addition to the human suffering caused by road accidents, they also place a heavy economic burden on victims and their families, both through the costs of treating the injured and the lost productivity of those killed or disabled. More generally, road accidents have a serious impact on national economies, costing countries 3% of their annual gross domestic product.

The Road Safety Stakeholder Meeting, promoted by the PAHO/WHO Office in Brazil and partners at PAHO Headquarters in Brasília-DF, aims to facilitate a discussion on safety challenges and potentials road safety and how to deliver on the Decade of Action for Road Safety. Security objectives in the country. This meeting in Brasilia precedes the high-level meeting which will take place on June 30 and July 1, 2022, at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, under the theme “The 2030 horizon for road safety: ensuring a decade of ‘action and deliveries’. Thus, in addition to promoting a multisectoral debate on ways to achieve the goals, the PAHO meeting in Brazil will seek to provide inputs to the Brazilian team of participants at the UN meeting with panels and presentations. , considering the Brazilian programmatic frameworks for the decade.

How to participate


Thursday, June 9, 2022

  • 08h00-09h00 Registration
  • 09h00-09h45 Opening ceremony
  • 09:45-90:50 Achieve the objectives and expected results
    Victor Pavarino, Pan American Health Organization – PAHO/WHO in Brazil
  • 09h50-10h00 Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030
    Matts-Åke Belin, Global Head, Decade of Action for Road Safety, World Health Organization
  • 10h00-10h30 Coffee break
  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. PANEL 01: PNATRANS and DANT Plan: Coordination and Management of Brazilian Road Safety Program Frameworks for the Decade
    Moderator: J. Pedro Correa, CPM communication
    Frederico de Moura Carneiro National Traffic Secretary, SENATRAN/ MInfra
    Arnaldo Correia de Medeiros, Secretary for Surveillance, Ministry of Health
    Matts-Åke Belin, Global Head, Decade of Action for Road Safety, World Health Organization
    Rebeca Bavinger, Public Health Program Manager, Bloomberg Philanthropies
  • 11:30-11:35 a.m. active break
  • 11.35am-12.20pm Good Practices 1: Adopting the safe systems approach in a Municipal Road Safety Plan: the case of Fortaleza
    Eduardo A. de Aquino, Traffic Manager, Fortaleza Traffic Authority (AMC)
  • 12:20 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Lunch break
  • 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. PANEL 2: Speed ​​management
    Moderator: Michelle Andrade, Post-Graduation Program in Transportation. University of Brasília
    Bruno Rizzon, Road Safety Analyst, WRI Brazil
    Eduardo Pompeo Martins, Project Manager, Global Designing Cities Initiative – GDCI
    Ingrid Luiza Neto, Researcher in environmental psychology
    Juan Miguel Velásquez Torres, transport specialist, GRSF/World Bank
  • 3:05-3:40 p.m. Good Practice 2: Strengthening Road Safety Enforcement: The State of Para’s Experience with the ECLAC/UN Road Safety Fund)
    Renata Mirella Freitas Guimarães de Sousa Coelho, General Manager DETRAN-PA
  • 3:40-3:45 p.m. active break
  • 3:45:16:45 PANEL 03: Data management
    Moderator: Giovanny VA de França, Director of Dep. health analysis and monitoring, Brazilian Ministry of Health
    Eduardo Sanches Faria, Director of the Traffic Policy Management Department – ​​DGPT, National Traffic Secretariat – SENATRAN/MInfra
    Patrícia P. Vasconcelos de Oliveira, General Coordinator for Surveillance of Non-Communicable Diseases and Injuries, Brazilian Ministry of Health​​​​Carlos Vinícius Reis, Data Manager at Ministry of Infrastructure
    Marli Souza Rocha, General Coordinator of Information and Epidemiological Analysis at the Health Surveillance Secretariat, Brazilian Ministry of Health
    Otaliba Libânio de Morais Neto, Department of Public Health, IPTSP/University of Goias
  • 4:45-5:00 p.m. Summary of the day
    Victor Pavarino, Pan American Health Organization – PAHO/WHO in Brazil

Friday, June 10, 2022

  • 09h00-10h00 PANEL 04: Road infrastructure and land use planning
    Moderator: Paula Manoela dos Santos, active mobility manager, WRI Brazil
    Andres Alcalá, responsible for active mobility, WRI Brazil
    Rafaela Machado, SR4S Global, Coordinator of the International Road Assessment Program (iRAP)
    Paulo Roberto Guimarães Jr., Secretary for Urban Mobility, Town of SJ dos Campos
  • 10h10-11h00 Good Practice 3: Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety in Brazil
    Dante Rosado, Vital Strategies
  • 11h00-11h20 Coffee break
  • 11h20-12h20 PANEL 5: Motorcycles: challenges and opportunities
    Moderator: David Duarte Lima, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Brasília
    Antônio A. Monteiro de Souza, Traffic Engineering Coordinator/SENATRAN/ MInfra
    Luiz Carlos Mantovani Néspoli, superintendent of the National Association of Public Transport – ANTP
    Carlos Alberto Guglielmi Aid, Brazilian Association of Circulation Medicine – ABRAMET

    Renata Mirella Freitas Guimarães de Sousa Coelho, General Manager
  • 12:20 p.m.-2:00 p.m.0 Lunch break
  • 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. PANEL 6: Transport Planning and Inclusion: Mobility, Gender and Race
    Moderator: Akemi Kamimura, Human Rights NPO, Pan American Health Organization PAHO/WHO Brazil
    Nhan Tran, Head of Security and Mobility Unit, Organização Mundial da Saúde
    Paulo Henrique (Paique) da Silva Santarém, Anthropologist, doctoral student in architecture and urban planning
    Glaucia Guimarães Pereira, Multiplicity Researcher of the Institute on Urban Mobility
    Adriana Cristina da Silva Souza Urban mobility specialist
  • 3:10-3:30 p.m. Event recap
    Victor Pavarino, Pan American Health Organization – PAHO/WHO in Brazil
  • 3:30-4:00 p.m. Closing ceremony
  • 4:00 p.m.: 5:00 p.m. Closing reception