For Immediate Release: 27 June 2017 For More Information: Griffins Ochieng, CEJAD, +254 726 931318, email@example.com Jeiel Guarino, IPEN, +46 31 7995930, firstname.lastname@example.org Sara Brosché, IPEN, +46 31 7995900, email@example.com New Study Shows Many Kenyan Paints Still Contain High Lead Levels Nairobi, Kenya (27 June 2017). More than 70 percent of the paint..
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The Star Newspaper coverage:“NGO Push to Phase-out Life Threatening Leaded Paint in Kenya”
Push to Phase-out Life Threatening Leaded Paint in Kenya Nairobi, 28 October 2015 – Paints that contain lead pose a great risk of lead poisoning, especially for children and pregnant women. When lead paint used in homes, schools and playgrounds deteriorates over time, children may inhale or ingest lead through household dust, paint chips or..
A Roundtable Consultative Forum Towards Lead Free Paints Production and Control of Lead Decorated Paints Production in Kenya. CEJAD organized and held a roundtable consultative meeting to engage stakeholders among them; policy makers, paint manufacturers, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and other relevant stakeholders in a dialogue towards promoting lead free paint and control of lead..