Who we Are | Fleet Forum Team
About Fleet Forum:
Fleet Forum is a non-profit organisation inspiring better, cleaner, safer and more effective transport around the world. Established in 2003, we were born through a coming together of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the United Nations World Food Programme and World Vision International. The idea was to establish a collaborative organisation dedicated to developing practical solutions to address complex aid and development sector challenges.
We are on a mission to save lives, save money and save the planet by making roads safer and driving less costly and cleaner in developing nations.We are enablers. We bring together key players in the aid and development and commercial transport sectors. We inspire those with knowledge to share what they know and to learn from others. We develop programmes to realise better fleet management. We provide support and encourage the collaboration needed to realise cleaner global practices, better legislation and, ultimately, a world powered by sustainable transport.
Fleet Forum History:
Fleet Forum was formed in 2003 to encourage, facilitate, and develop relationships between humanitarian aid and development organisations all over the world. In the past 15 years we have grown to encompass commercial transport organizations that share concerns about:
We are an interagency association of more than 40 members, including NGOs, international organisations, the UN, academic institutions, donors, and corporate partners. The Following organizations are behind the successful growth of Fleet Forum:
The Fleet Forum Board:
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Fleet Forum wants to convene stakeholders, that play a role in road safety and fleet efficiency, in dialog and share activities that will help save lives, by being cost efficient and will help save the planet. Through effective leadership in the development and implementation of standards-based solutions, Fleet Forum provides support to the aid and development and the commercial transport sectors in low- and middle-income countries, in the areas of road safety, cost efficiency, and environmental impact.
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