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Find out here what NGOs in every European country are doing to promote children's environmental health, including case studies of achievements and their contributions to national action plans.

This website is officially linked to a World Health Organization initiative in which 53 national governments have promised to work on four priorities set out in the Children's Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe (CEHAPE).

*Access to safe water
*Fewer injuries, more exercise
*Clean air, cleaner lungs
*A chemically-safe environment

You can find information on governmental activities on the official WHO "MAP! Progress by country" website. It shows how well countries are implementing the CEHAPE commitments made at the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in Budapest in 2004.

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The Health and Environment Alliance is an international non-governmental organisation advocating greater protection of the environment as a means to improving the health and well being of European citizens. One of its key objectives is to bring health expertise to the environmental policy-making process.