The overall goal of the project was to assess the enabling environment for road safety civil society organizations in three sub- Saharan African countries, ie: Uganda, Ethiopia and Zambia. The project generated research based guidance on the enabling environment of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in road safety management thus contribution to the development of global, regional and country capacity to support the sustainable reduction in road death in low and middle income countries. The project was also expected to strengthen the operational environment that enables NGOs to engage with governments and meaningfully participate in road safety delivery. This project aimed to assess and document how laws and regulations were currently being applied and how governments were engaging with NGOs, and develop NGOs enabling framework. The project was led by the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety (Global Alliance) supported by the research advisory team at the Milken Institute School of Public Health of the George Washington University (GWSPH) and local academic institutions in each of the participating African countries.