Emerging pollutants in wastewater reuse in developing countries

2014 - 2018 • UNESCO

Purpose

To support UNESCO Member States to strengthen their scientific, technical and policy capacities to manage human health and environmental risks caused by emerging pollutants in water and wastewater by improving water quality and wastewater management

Activities

Strengthening scientific research and policy (2015-2017)
Promoting scientific exchange and collaboration (2015-2017)
Capacity building and awareness raising on emerging pollutants (2017-2018)
Concluding International Conference

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Location of main activity

Objectives

The project, implemented under UNESCO-IHP International Initiative on Water Quality (IIWQ), aims to support UNESCO Member States to strengthen their scientific, technical and policy capacities to manage human health and environmental risks caused by emerging pollutants in water and wastewater by improving water quality and wastewater management and promoting safe reuse of wastewater, ultimately contributing to enhance water and food security.The project, implemented under UNESCO-IHP International Initiative on Water Quality (IIWQ), aims to support UNESCO Member States to strengthen their scientific, technical and policy capacities to manage human health and environmental risks caused by emerging pollutants in water and wastewater by improving water quality and wastewater management and promoting safe reuse of wastewater, ultimately contributing to enhance water and food security.

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Asia & Pacific Capacity development Global Greywater or wastewater Middle East & Nothern Africa Multilateral organisation Public awareness, advocacy and civil society engagement Resource recovery Sub-Saharan Africa Swedish government Water (irrigation, process, other)

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Emerging Pollutants in Wastewater Reuse in Developing Countries

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