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Part I. Feasibility Study for a Plan of Action to Investigate the Effects of Air Pollution on Health in PHARE Countries Part II. Air Pollution and Health. Country Descriptions for the PHARE countries. Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovak Republic
[ [Deel I. Haalbaarheidsstudie voor een plan van aanpak voor onderzoek naar effecten van luchtverontreiniging in 6 PHARE landen. Deel II. Luchtverontreiniging en Gezondheid PHARE beschrijvingen voor Bulgerije, Roemenie Hongerije Tsjechie, Polen en Slowakije.] ]
Lebret E, Wolters N, Elliott P, Fletcher T

242 p in English   1993

RIVM Rapport 263510001

Toon Nederlands

English Abstract
The feasibility study was carried out on behalf of CEC-DG-I(OPS) in the PHARE countries Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and the Slovak Republic. Two country visits to each of the countries were involved. On the basis of information supplied by experts met during these visits and a review of published sources, the Regional Programme EHAP was prepared. The overall aim of the Programme was to strengthen the capacity of the individual Central and Eastern European Countries to undertake high quality studies on EHAP, in order to better inform the scientific evaluation of policies for the protection of human health. The programme, which will be carried out during the period 1994-1996 on a budget of 2,8 million ECU, includes the following three projects: 1.A study on air pollution and respiratory disease in children. 2. A quality assurance activity. 3. A risk perception and communication study. The outline of the Programme has been reviewed by CEC DG-I and DG-12, representatives of the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Health of the countries involved and by consultants of RIVM/LSHTM on a one-day workshop on September 24 1993 at the RIVM, Bilthoven.


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