This toolkit provides general guidelines, dos and don’ts, and advice and considerations for performing evaluation studies of drink driving programs. Its target audience are road safety professionals in low- and middle-income countries who do not have a scientific or statistical background. The toolkit was commissioned by IARD and written by the SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research in the Netherlands.
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