Indoor air pollution

Capacity building

photo of training session
Copyright: Nigel Bruce/ITDG

WHO is committed to building the capacity of researchers and policy-makers working in the areas of household energy and indoor air pollution at the regional and national level.

WHO provides technical advice to and organizes training workshops for researchers and organizations involved in exposure and health outcome assessments as part of ongoing and planned intervention projects.


WHO also encourages and supports the assessment of the national burden of disease due to indoor air pollution, and cost-effectiveness or cost-benefit analyses of interventions.

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Health in the Green Economy:
household energy

News

Julia Roberts, Ambassador for Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves

Indoor Air Quality Guidelines: selected pollutants

Clean household energy for all

Energy Access Situation in Developing Countries

Statistics

Burden of disease

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Databases

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Information material

Publications

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Fact sheets,
press releases, presentations

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Links

Other web sites on indoor air pollution

Partnerships

UN-Energy

UN-Energy

Partnership for Clean Indoor Air

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Contact us

WHO's Programme on Indoor Air Pollution

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