Environment, Health and Safety

Environmental factors like poor water quality and access, exposure to toxic chemicals, vector borne diseases, air pollution, climate change and degrade urban environment are all highly responsible for death and disability. Statisticians estimated the global death and disease rate due to pollution at 25% and even reaching up to 35% sub Saharan-Africa. This has a greater effect on the poor population of developing nations. A large number of these deaths can be avoided as many of these diseases can be prevented. However, effective action requires to be renewed moral commitment to sustainable development and determined political action through partnerships. Together we must translate our global knowledge on environment and health linkages into practically and action at the country level, incorporating environment and health considerations into economic, social and political decisions.

  • Environmental Health
  • Patient Safety
  • Epidemiology Study of Pollutant Caused Diseases
  • Healthcare in Developing Countries

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