1 year since A future for the world’s children? @WHO-@UNICEF-@TheLancet Commission laid the foundations for a global movement toward better #child health hubs.li/H0GQMYz0 #FutureChild A new initiative to implement this report’s recommendations will be launched soon!
Commission report: https://www.thelancet.com/commissions/future-child
3 minute WHO HQ launch event summary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tUjNFqXLgM&feature=youtu.be
“Between you and me” youth voices video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lHdlDiek7Q&list=PLoHXnVng2SVAq9n_-xlPGRBddfyuHlA_L&index=2&t=3s
WHO campaign page: https://www.who.int/initiatives/a-future-for-the-worlds-children
A Pacific Basin Consortium Symposium was held virtually at the VI Uruguayan Congress of Clinical and Environmental Toxicology and I International Convention of Environment and Children Health, on November 19th.
Prof Peter Sly showed recent evidence about the interactions between environmental exposures and COVID 19 in children health, and Dr. Stephania Cormier has addressed the pediatric approach of indoor pollution. Dr. Antonio Pascale was the chair of the Symposium.
“POISONS IN OUR ENVIRONMENT” by Dr. Mahmood A. Khwaja, SDPI, Islamabad. Pakistan August 12, 2020
The book, “Poisons in Our Environment” is a “Research-based” publication having the data (including contaminants in different environment segments), of 38 sites in the country’s three provinces, collected by the SDPI team, not only under the Author’s supervision & guidance but also in his presence at each of the visited sites.
Daily Times, Islamabad, August 13, 2020
Book Launch: Speakers term hazardous industrial waste a critical issue to be addressed urgently
The Express Tribune, Islamabad, August 13, 2020
Industrial waste requires urgent attention
By: Our Correspondent
Volume 35 (2020): Issue 3 (Sep 2020): Special Issue: Assessing and mitigating environmental exposures in early life