IPEN focuses on mobilizing resources for NGO activities in developing countries and countries with economies in transition. IPEN has established 8 regional hubs working the regional languages to promote the implementation of IPEN's international projects. IPEN's international projects aim to build NGO capacity, raise both NGO and public awareness on chemical issue, generate new data and information about chemicals in the environment and communities, promote the development and implementation of national sound chemicals management regimes and/or highlight contaminated sites (ie hot spots) that harm communities and destroy natural resources.
Learn from examples of NGO POPs Projects on the Ground:
IPEN has engaged hundreds of NGOs to link their priorities and POPs problems in the context of the Stockholm Convention. One of IPEN's major achievements is the International POPs Elimination Project (IPEP).
The International POPs Elimination Network's Project (IPEP)IPEP project activities engaged over 350 NGOs, and implemented more than 290 projects in 65 countries. The formal title of the project is Fostering Active and Effective Civil Society Participation in Preparations for Implementation of the Stockholm Convention. There is a lot on can learn from reviewing specific activities in the project.
Recognizing there is a diversity of NGO POPs projects, IPEN has defined the IPEP NGO POPs Project into 17 categories. By clicking on the POPs Project categories below, you may review NGO activity reports and learn about what the NGOs did, how they did it and what the outcomes were:
IPEN Regional Hubs Action Plans:
The IPEN Hubs' Regional Action Plans were developed after a regional survey was conducted with NGOs in IPEN's eight regions. In total, 208 NGOs were surveyed for their input, in 82 countries around the world.
Further inquires about the Regional Action Plans may be directed to email@example.comGo to the Hubs page