dedicated to accelerating the transition towards sustainable mobility in low- and middle income countries
Sustainable mobility is possible and benefits everybody, locally and at the global level. It holds particular potential for economic and social development in low- and middle income countries.
Achieving sustainable mobility is primarily a governance challenge. It requires both a long-term vision and immediate action, supported by an informed, aligned, and engaged community of stakeholders.
Now that global policy frameworks have been agreed, it is time to deliver.
We enable and connect stakeholders, facilitate visions, frameworks, and action. We raise awareness, support sharing of knowledge, and match needs with opportunities. We support cities, countries, and regions in low- and middle income countries so they can benefit faster from a sustainable mobility system.
Working with us
We support public and private organizations in designing and implementing programs and projects that accelerate the transition towards sustainable mobility. Find out how we can work together and make a difference.
move2change is a not-for-profit organisation by German law. We are facilitators, networkers, and a partner to all those who are committed to driving sustainable mobility in low- and middle income countries. Find out about our role and guiding principles.
With your organizational funding and donations, you help us to keep going, and our partners to move faster towards sustainable mobility. If you want to support transport’s transformation in low- and middle income countries, make your donation today or get in touch.
We strive to accelerate the transformation of the transport sector through greater ambition and capacity, broader consensus and improved policy, and successful implementation sustainable mobility solutions.
GIZ initiates Regional Peer Networks on Transport and Climate
The GIZ project Advancing Transport Climate Strategies (TraCS), together with move2change, kicks off regional peer networks in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. With the objective to support national governments in their climate policies, the Network will organise, in its first phase 2021, a series of thematic exchange sessions focussed on mitigation and adaptation action for the transport sector. The Networks bring together an initial group of about 10 countries per region, facilitating the sharing of experiences and overcoming challenges towards a sustainable transport sector in line with the SDGs and the Paris Agreement.