Around the world Chevron was increasingly troubled by the toll of road traffic accidents, a problem creating risk for employees, customers and communities – while also disrupting operations and increasing costs in key markets like Nigeria. Still, the issue was too expensive and complicated for Chevron to tackle alone.
* 53,339 road
related fatalities in Nigeria,
according to WHO
AMGlobal realized that success hinged on creating a dynamic coalition of government, donor and private sector actors—a complex arrangement that had to surmount significant political and logistical hurdles. AMGlobal designed and built this public-private partnership, then facilitated the coalition’s critical meetings. The result: A sustainable program that has saved lives, and a model that has since been adopted in countries across Africa and beyond.
Convened and facilitated meetings between the World Bank, Nigerian government officials, and major domestic and international corporations
Designed the project and partnership including the set up of an NGO to take corporate contributions and a joint work program with government
Identified and mobilized millions of dollars in cofinancing creating a sustainable, long-term funding stream to support the partnership’s work
Established and mentored a local project implementation team, helping them with project launch, partner development and communications strategy