Events Newsletter november 2013 : latest updates on events

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Project partners come together in Kiev for the second Steering Committee Meeting of the Project

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On 11 and 12 November 2013 the second Steering Committee Meeting of the project Improved pesticides and chemicals management in the former Soviet Union was organised in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. This EC/FAO partnership project is implemented in cooperation with Blacksmith Institute, Green Cross Belarus, Green Cross Switzerland, the International HCH and Pesticides Association (IHPA), and Milieukontakt International.

11 и 12 ноября 2013 года в столице Украины- Киеве состоялось второе Совещание Руководящего Комитета по Улучшенному управлению пестицидами и химическими веществами в странах бывшего Советского Союза. Этот партнерский проект EC/FAO был выполнен при участии Института Блэксмита, Белорусского Зеленого Креста, Швейцарского Зеленого Креста, Международной ассоциации по ГХГ и пестицидам (IHPA) и Милёуконтакта Интернэшнл.

International HCH and Pesticides Forum on elimination of Obsolete Pesticides

The 12th International HCH and Pesticides Forum met in Kiev from 6-8 November 2013. The Forum took note of the overall slow progress of elimination of Obsolete Pesticides, their negative impact on countries socio-economic performance, the severe adverse effects on health and quality of life, as well as its far-reaching consequences to neighbours with shared water resources.

6-8 ноября 2013 года в Киеве состоялся ХII Форум Международной ассоциации по ГХГ и пестицидам (IHPA). На Форуме обсуждался прогресс, достигнутый в уничтожении устаревших пестицидов, их отрицательное влияние на социально-экономическую жизнь страны и неблагоприятное воздействие на здоровье и качество жизни населения, а также далеко идущие последствия для соседних стран с общими водными ресурсами.

Regional Workshop on Pesticide lifecycle assessment

Representatives from ten Eastern European, Caucasus and Central Asian countries (EECCA) met at the Medved Institute in Kiev, Ukraine, for an FAO facilitated workshop to develop action
plans based on results of regional studies completed in 2013.

Представители из 10 стран Восточной Европы, Кавказа и Центральной Азии (ВЕКЦА) участвовали в семинаре, проводимом ФАО в Институте экогигиены и токсикологии им. Л.И.Медведя в Киеве, Украина, по разработке плана будущих действий на основании региональных исследований, завершенных в 2013 году.

Please download the full newsletter :
English version : EU-FAO PROJECT Newsletter 040EC NOV 13

Russian version : EU-FAO Newsletter GCPRER040EC_RUS

Training of Trainers workshop on Obsolete Pesticides-Invitation to apply

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Within the project  Capacity Building on Obsolete and POPs Pesticides in Eastern European Caucasus and Central Asian Countries a Training of Trainers on Obsolete Pesticides Inventory, Environmental Risk Assessment and Safeguarding will be organised in Minsk, from 18-19 January 2010. Milieukontakt is a partner within this GEF FAO project, as well as IHPA, Green Cross Switzerland and Green Cross Belarus.

Eligible countries within the project are Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia and Romania. Persons from these countries interested to participate in the ToT are asked to read the full invitation and criteria below, and send a CV and write a one page letter explaining why you wish to participate in the training. In the letter you should indicate the likely extent of your availability for consultancies following the training.

Please note that the deadline for applying is November 13th 2009.

Invitation and criteria for the ToT:

Invitation for TOT in Belarus (January 2010)

Flyer of the project Capacity Building on Obsolete and POPs Pesticides in Eastern European Caucasus and Central Asian Countries:

flyer-EECCA project

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