Reducing Pollution Through Partnership in Mozambique 2022
Environmental pollution is a serious global challenge affecting the natural environment and human health. Through the Reducing Pollution Through Partnership (RPTP) programme, JNCC worked with partners in six pilot countries (Namibia, Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Indonesia and Vietnam), during a one-year scoping project (2021/22) to better understand how to tackle the issue. The RPTP programme seeks to share expertise and best practice, investing in research to strengthen the capacity of low- to middle-income countries (LMICs) to reduce exposure to the adverse effects of pollution. Reducing the impacts of pollution will help to improve human health, whilst assisting in reversing biodiversity loss and therefore, supporting greater ecosystem resilience in the face of climate change. The Reducing Pollution Through Partnership (RPTP) is a UK Official Development Assistance (ODA) pollution programme, funded by Defra and delivered by JNCC
In Mozambique, JNCC collaborated with partners in Mozambique at Eduardo Mondlane University, to develop an evidence base on the specific pollution challenges experienced by Mozambique within the country’s environmental and social context. This has helped to improve awareness and supported the identification of priority pollution issues. Available here are a main evidence report and a workshop report.
Further information about the Reducing Pollution Through Partnership programme can be found on the RPTP webpage.
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Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2022·09·01
These reports have been produced by Eduardo Mondlane University, and are published by JNCC as outputs from the scoping year of the Reducing Pollution Through Partnership programme.
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Use constraints Available under the Open Government Licence 3.0
Metadata date 2022·09·26
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