Chemicals
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Five new grants approved in SGP Seychelles
On the 18th January 2013, the Small Grants Programme (SGP), implemented by UNDP in Seychelles awarded 5 new grants that were recently approved by its National Steering Committee. The total number of projects funded by SGP now stands at 20 for a total grant amount of US$1.1 million which ...read more
 
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Introducing organic food production and reducing the use of chemical products in Zimbabwe
The use of agro-chemicals has been on the rise in tobacco farming in Zimbabwe. As an important cash crop farmed by communal farmers, tobacco farming, and the associated chemicals used, have had substantial repercussions for the environment, food security as well as human health. Spearheaded by ...read more
 
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SGP Grantee from Nepal won the 2011 Stockholm Convention’s PEN Awards
Last January 2011, the Stockholm Convention Secretariat has launched the Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) Elimination Network (PEN) Awards. The Awards will honor outstanding achievements in the environmentally-sound management of PCBs under four thematic areas: inventories of PCBs; ...read more
 
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SGP featured in the Newsletter of Youth Business International
Barbados Youth Business Trust has embarked on a project with one of its young entrepreneurs to promote awareness of pesticides and other harmful chemical substances in the environment. BYBT will work with Caribbean E-Waste Management, an IT recycling business established by ...read more
 
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Chemicals (formerly POPS) Awareness Training Module
This online training module was developed by SGP in collaboration with the International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN), with a purpose of building awareness about the Stockholm Convention on POPs, its legal and institutional arrangements and good cases or examples of community-based ...read more
 

Contact

Ms. Sulan Chen
Programme Advisor (International Waters and Chemicals), Regional Focal Point
Phone: +1 646 781 4350
Fax: +1 646 781 4075
Email: sulan.chen@undp.org
 

Address

304 East 45th Street, 9th Floor , New York, NY 10017
 

WebSite

http://sgp.undp.org