INTERNATIONAL TASK FORCE FOR CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Provide independent international expertise in public health, environmental evaluation, remediation, and monitoring.
Organize public health education programs, workshops, conferences, and meetings of industry experts to create public awareness of environmental conditions and to teach methods to recognize, anticipate, evaluate, remediate and control the identified contaminated areas and exposure sources.
Continue to identify contaminated sites in the former Soviet Union and other countries that present significant risks for children’s health.
Promote awareness in the international community regarding public health conditions in the former Soviet Union and other countries and secure funding for environmental remediation.
Help developing countries gain access to remediation methods and to open technology transfer channels supported by international organizations and treaties.
Educate foreign governments and international organizationsincluding the (United Nations, UNICEF, USAID, WHO, US CDC, etc.) regarding contaminated sites, and their associated public health risks, and identify and implement modern technologies to improve public health conditions.
Participate in fundraising efforts to finance public health, emission/waste control, and remediation projects in the affected territories.
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ITFCEH has been created as international non-profit organization and will be chaired by Dr. Andrey Korchevskiy (USA).
ITFCEH made a presentation on July 13, 2011 during the scoping meeting of the special expert group in the headquarter of World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
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