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These projects have contributed significantly resulting in air pollution reduction in Peru, Pakistan, and Vietnam and easing contamination on land and in rivers in a number of developing countries. Over the last several years, stakeholders across low and middle-income countries have expressed an urgent need for increased support on pollution management in order to respond to the magnitude of the threat to human health and economies.
Responding to pollution is a challenge that is solvable in the near term to save lives and unlock economic opportunity through action at the local, national, regional and global levels.
An important feature of PMEH is to foster south-south collaboration: The PMEH Secretariat coordinates between stakeholders, including between implementing countries and supporting countries; manages internal planning and reporting functions; and promotes global and technical cross-collaboration within the World Bank.
WHO estimates that around 7 million people die each year from exposure to fine particles in polluted air that lead to diseases such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and respiratory infections, including pneumonia. Furthermore, the economic burden of air pollution—in terms of both damage to health and loss of productivity—is immense for the world and for individual countries. Ambient particulate matter PM2. To combat this threat, PMEH has two interconnected goals.
The first is to develop robust air quality management plans, driven by quality data, which will provide the basis for implementing projects that will reduce high levels of air pollutants in a cost-effective manner.
The second is to simultaneously reduce short-term climate pollutants and levels of greenhouse gases. PMEH does so by including in its target pollutants several short-lived climate pollutants such as black carbon—that have negative impacts on both human health and the global climate and by showing how reducing local air pollution also reduces climate pollutants. PMEH is providing support for follow-up on the National Action Plan on Air Quality Management, and development of technical guidelines to strengthen regulatory enforcement.
The World Bank has a year history of working to improve transportation in Lagos, through projects that are taking cars off the road and helping to make transportation more efficient, as well as to reduce transportation-based pollution, with , direct beneficiaries as of Now, PMEH, with the support of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Environment, is working with the Lagos State Ministries of Environment, Economic Planning and Budget, and Health as well as its Environmental Protection Agency to establish an Air Quality Monitoring and Particulate Matter Sampling Networks in Lagos, create a full-scale Air Quality management plan, and eventually develop multi-pollutant and multi-pathway control strategies that will integrate air quality management, contaminated and toxic site management, and integrated solid waste management.
In , PMEH held a first technical workshop to launch work on particulate matter sampling, air quality monitoring, source apportionment, and analysis of cost-effective emission control strategies. Egypt has developed the strongest Air Quality monitoring network on the African continent, with over 90 monitors, 45 of which are in the greater Cairo area. In Cairo, PMEH experts are utilizing cutting-edge satellite and machine learning technology to quantify how the number of cars on the roads affects air quality, in order to make policy recommendations in the development of a full-scale Air Quality Management plan to be completed by PMEH is working with the South African Department of Environmental Affairs in Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni, and Tshwane Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Area , towards the establishment of a Center of Excellence for air quality management at North-West University, as a regional knowledge-sharing and training hub, and further strengthening of the local ambient air quality monitoring network, particulate matter sampling, and lab facility to conduct chemical composition analysis.
In , PMEH experts visited to assess the local capacity for air quality monitoring, particulate matter sampling, and chemical composition analysis and to develop procurement recommendations. A timeline was set and all cities developed plans to achieve these standards by January This research aims to strengthen knowledge and develop guidance that will help low- and middle-income countries generate reliable air quality monitoring data, such as can be used as a basis for the design, implementation, and enforcement of policies and actions to improve air quality management.
Another goal is to test the application of satellite-derived air quality measurements and explore their use in countries where air quality monitoring networks are weak or non-existent. Finally, the research aims to generate knowledge about methodologies for estimating the health risks and effects of ambient air pollution, including a better understanding of health effects from exposure to particles from both natural sources and combustion processes.
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