Welcome to WHO Fleet Services

Moving forward for a safer and healthier future

WHO Fleet Services (WFS) is a 360-degrees solution providing WHO staff access to safe, clean, reliable and cost-efficient transport services.

Under WFS, country offices will be equipped with various tools, expertise and systems to manage WHO's transport requirements efficiently.

Older vehicles or those exceeding 150 000 km will be disposed of through public auctions. The revenue generated will be used to renew the fleet through internal leasing and equip all vehicles with a tracking system and fleet management solutions.

WFS will reduce WHO’s environmental impact, improve road safety and enhance the Organization's operational capacity and efficiency.

Road Safety for WHO Staff


"We can’t afford to lose valuable personnel. That’s why we're tackling our biggest safety issue – road safety," stressed Dr Tedros.

Road crashes are a leading cause of death and serious injury to United Nations personnel. In fact, road crashes kill more UN staff than terrorism. The United Nations is committed to curbing road crashes among its staff.

To this end, on 28 February 2019, a "UN Road Safety Strategy for the UN and its personnel: a partnership for safer journeys," was launched in Geneva and New York. The first-ever UN Road Safety Strategy identifies key actions to ensure that no road users, including pedestrians, are killed or seriously injured in road crashes involving UN vehicles. United Nations organizations are committed to "Vision Zero."

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A UN wide Road Safety Strategy to curb road crashes amongst UN personnel

28 Feb 2019 - Road crashes are a leading cause of death and serious injury to United Nations personnel. In fact, road crashes kill more UN staff than terrorism. The United Nations is committed to curbing road crashes among its staff.

UN Leaders commit to road safety with a coordinated UN wide road safety strategy

On 28 February, the United Nations has launched a UN wide Road Safety Strategy to curb road crashes involving UN vehicles. The UN-wide Road Safety Strategy will manage the interaction between speed, vehicles, road-user behavior, and road infrastructure with a coordinated approach.

Launch of the United Nations Road Safety Strategy: A Partnership for Safer Journeys

28 Feb 2019 - Opening Remarks by Peter Drennan, Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security and Jean Todt, Secretary-General’s Special Envoy on Road Safety..