Chinara Kasmambetova

Founder and Director of ‘Road Safety NGO’

Chinara is the Director of Kyrgyzstan’s only NGO dedicated to promoting road safety and reducing road casualties.  She is also an Advisor to the Governmental Committee on Road Safety.

Chinara Kasmambetova


An experienced campaigner with an excellent record of success in road safety campaigns. Chinara has a wealth of expertise working with international donors on large scale projects including the EU and USAID.  Her journalistic background means she brings exceptional communication skills and media awareness to all her projects.

Key Roles and Projects

Founder and Director of ‘Road Safety NGO’

Road Safety NGO promotes road safety through education, advocacy and awareness campaigns. The organisation works to improves road safety governance, develop public policy, influence road user behaviour, encourage improvements in driver training and promote sustainable mobility. Its campaigns and educational projects help to reduce road deaths and injuries.

Member of the Road Safety Commission led by the Vice Prime Minister

Chinara was invited to join the Government’s Road Safety Commission in 2015.  The Road Safety Commission brings together the Road Traffic Police, Ministry of Internal Affairs and other key ministries.  She has worked closely with the Committee helping to devise and deliver their work plan for 2015-2017 which focuses on child safety on the roads.

National Co-ordinator for the EU TRACECA II project on road safety ‘Global Partnership on Road Safety’ (partners included The Red Cross and Crescent societies and EASST)

Chinara organised high level seminars including international and governmental participation taking full responsibility for all aspects of the events management including curating content, securing participants, budgeting, reporting and media coverage.

Member of Personnel Selection Commission of the Traffic Police, Ministry of Internal Affairs

Chinara was appointed as a member of the Personnel Selection Commission of the Traffic Police in February 2015. This role places Chinara in an excellent position to work with the Traffic Police on vital road safety and enforcement issues.  Chinara has used this position to help reform the selection process and to increase young recruits knowledge of traffic regulations and enforcement.

Member of the Public Council of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

The Council acts as a key institution between the Ministry and society. In her capacity as a Council Member, Chinara has made key recommendations to improve the work of the Traffic Police.

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