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This activity established a permanent intersectoral group on pesticide storage and utilization to develop a survey plan for three districts of Chelybinsk Oblast. The group surveyed 11 rural settlements using extensive communication with local residents. The results were compared with official data at joint discussions with stakeholders, including local authorities, NGOs, residents (including high school students) and experts.
This report highlights activities conducted by RAAA as part of Peru's Global Week of Action on POPs.
This report outlines DISHA's efforts to increase POPs knowledge and public awareness in West Bengal, a region affected by numerous POPs-contaminated processes and activities including extensive pesticide use in tea gardens in East and North East India, illegal DDT use in mosquito control in agriculture, uncontrolled production and use of PCBs in industry, and the open burning of municipal waste containing PVC in agricultural fields adjacent to garbage sites.
In Egypt, the historical usage of pesticides and POPs has led to an increase in the number of cancer patients and patients with kidney failure, in addition to reported cases of food poisoning-especially among children in rural areas. To bring light to this situation, the Environmental Pioneers Association organized four public awareness-raising workshops in Alexandria with a total of 210 participants including farmers, university professors, doctors, NGOs and executive officials from Alexandria Governorate and involved ministries.
The report explains the sources and types of POPs in Albania and the damage caused by them, including studies describing the contamination of the environment, food, breast milk and blood. In addition, the report covers the results of six new monitoring samples collected by EDEN Center and Arnika from soil and chicken eggs gathered near POPs hotspots. This is the first report to comprehensively describe the POPs situation in Albania.
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