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World Health Organization : Year 1999 ; World Health Organization, Sustainable Development and Healthy Environments, Protection of the Human Environment, No. 99.2: Wilter Resources Deuux Pmefv Bnd Vectorborne Diseases in Mblilwl

By World Health Organization


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Medical Reference Publication

Excerpt
About PEEM The joint WHO/FAO/UNEP/UNCHS Panel of Experts on Environmental Management for Vector Control (PEEM) was established in 198 1 to create a framework for inter-agency and inter-institutional collaboration with a view to promoting the extensive use of environmental management for disease vector control as a health safeguard in the context of land and water resources development projects and for the promotion of health through agricultural, water resources, environmental, human settlement and health programmes and projects. The collaboration originates from Memoranda of Understanding between three agencies (WHO, FA0 and UNEP) covering the areas of prevention and control of water-borne and water-associated diseases in agricultural development, rural water supply and waste water use in agriculture, forestry and aquaculture. In 1991 the three agencies were joined by UNCHS and PEEM's mandate was expanded accordingly to include human settlements, urbanization and urban environmental management including urban water supply, sanitation, drainage and solid waste disposal. The Panel's current programme consists of activities under three headings: promotion, policy modification and technical cooperation; multidisciplinary research and development; and capacity building in intersectoral decision-making.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ABBREVIATIONS RECOMMENDATIONS FLOW CHART OF PLANNING PROCEDURES INTRODUCTION Objectives Expected outputs SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS Opening ceremony Water-borne diseases in Maiawi Introductory presentations Development of a comprehensive planning table Report of the working groups Fieldtrip Closing session with Principal Secretaries PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SEMINAR Intersectoral collaboration for the incorporation of health safeguards into development projects Robert Bos, Hans Verhoef and Lucy Clarke A general address on PEEM, SPFS, health, agriculture and water development in Malawi J. Snell, FA0 The national environmental policy as it relates to water and natural resources management in Malawi A. M. Banda, Environmental Affairs Department Water resources development and vector-borne diseases in Malawi W. Limbe, Ministry of Health and Population Investment and development policies and procedures J. Theu, National Economic Council Malawi's policy framework for irrigation development C. P. Mzembe, Irrigation Department Water resources policy and management in Malawi P. W. R. Kaluwa, Ministry of Water Development Policies governing the delivery of water in urbanlperi-urban areas F. L. J. Musicha, Lilongwe Water Board

 

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