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Training and Capacity Building Programmes in Chemicals and Waste Management

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This document is intended as framework guidance for countries that choose to address priority chemicals using a systematic, country-driven approach. It recognises that countries have different starting points from which a risk management plan for a priority chemical can be developed and implemented. The document also acknowledges the opportunities presented by related international developments/agreements that address individual chemicals / groups of chemicals. The guidance is flexible in nature – it is not meant to be prescriptive in any sense. Each country can consider and make decisions regarding the issues raised in accordance with its own preferences and priorities. It is hoped that this guidance document can play a constructive role in this process. UNITAR gratefully acknowledges the long-term financial support provided by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and, more recently, the Netherland

Year: 2001
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