Awareness raising on pesticides and POPs in Maputo City and Maputo Province
Awareness raising on pesticides and POPs in Maputo City and Maputo Province
This project aims to raise consciousness among peasant groups and pesticide users of various districts of Maputo province, about the malicious pesticides effects, how to prevent contamination, how to correctly use these substances, store and eliminate. Geographically the project will cover peasant groups of the green belt around Maputo, where are produced most of the vegetables, horticultures and herbs that supply Maputo City, as well as other peasant groups, and pesticide users of Manhiça, Xinavane and Magude.

The project will make a social and environmental effort to avoid pesticides contamination of persons and the environment, through pollution effects derived from misuse of pesticides. It will ultimately contribute to the health and livelihoods of the target groups, by reducing their expenses on health services, securing their workforce, and ensuring non contamination of water, soils, and crops. It will become a practical part of the advocacy campaigns on the materialization of the Kyoto protocol, and the Stockholm Convention. It will contribute to awareness rising on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) for a country that is challenging its industrial development, which needs to be adequately managed.
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
LIVANINGO
Country:
Mozambique
Area Of Work:
Chemicals
Grant Amount:
US$ 22,700.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 11,600.00
Co-Financing in-Kind:
Project Number:
MOZ/SGP/OP3/Y1/CORE/2005/02
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Promoting Public Awareness of Global Environment
Avocacy strategy and practical demonstrations for monitoring and control of pesticides and POPs
Notable Community Participation
Direct involvement of local associations, traditional leaders, peasant groups and households that will benefit directly from the campaigns. These group will constitute the first group educated on pesticides awareness and management and will use their experience to develop the same conscious among the adjacent communities
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SGP Country office contact

Mr. Augusto Urbano Correia
Phone:
+258 21 481476
Fax:
+258 21 491691
Email:
Ms. Paula Delfina Boane
Phone:
+258 21 481495
Fax:
+258 21 491691
Email:
Luisa Hele
Email:

Address

UNDP CO Mozambique (GEF UNDP / SGP), Av. Kenneth Kaunda 931
Maputo, RBA, 4595