Kick-off & 1st National Working Group Meeting for the Project on Reducing Uses and Releases of Chemicals of Concern, Including POPs, in The Textile Sector, 8-9 February2023, Bandung, Indonesia

Kick-off & 1st National Working Group Meeting for the Project on Reducing Uses and Releases of Chemicals of Concern, Including POPs, in The Textile Sector, 8-9 February 2023, Bandung, Indonesia

The Kick-off and first NWG meeting for the Project on Reducing Uses and Releases of Chemicals of Concern, Including POPs, in The Textile Sector was held at the Hilton Hotel in Bandung, Indonesia from 8 to 9 February 2023. This Kick-off meeting activity is a follow-up to the results of Read more…

Training to Lebak of health personnel in the context of “Improving Health Risk Control from Mercury Exposure in Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Surrounding Areas by Developing a Participatory Approach”, 19-23 December 2022

Training to Lebak of health personnel in the context of “Improving Health Risk Control from Mercury Exposure in Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Surrounding Areas by Developing a Participatory Approach”, 19-23 December 2022

The Ministry of Health obtains grants from the Secretariat of the Minamata Convention on Mercury through the Specific International Program (SIP) funding mechanism. This project consists of 4 activity outputs including: (1) availability of basic data on public health conditions and practice of handling cases due to mercury exposure, (2) Read more…

Training to Lombok Barat of health personnel in the context of “Improving Health Risk Control from Mercury Exposure in Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Surrounding Areas by Developing a Participatory Approach”, 18-22 December 2022

Training to Lombok Barat of health personnel in the context of “Improving Health Risk Control from Mercury Exposure in Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Surrounding Areas by Developing a Participatory Approach”, 18-22 December 2022

The Ministry of Health obtains grants from the Secretariat of the Minamata Convention on Mercury through the Specific International Program (SIP) funding mechanism. This project consists of 4 activity outputs including: (1) availability of basic data on public health conditions and practice of handling cases due to mercury exposure, (2) Read more…