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We take this opportunity to thank all those who were instrumental in compiling and shaping thisreport on lead paint elimination and who are working to eliminate lead from paint globally.IPEN offers its sincere thanks to the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World HealthOrganization (WHO) for their pioneering work in lead paint elimination worldwide and especially for their leadership in the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (GAELP).

Thanks go also to all donors whose funding supports national campaigns for lead paint elimination around the globe: the Swedish Government, the Global Environment Facility, GiveWell, the New York Community Trust, the Goldman Foundation, and UNEP. Responsibility for the content of this report lies entirely with IPEN and the funders do not necessarily share the expressed views and interpretations.

IPEN would also like to thank the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) for its leadership internationally for lead paint elimination. Special thanks also go to Dr. Scott Clark, IPEN Public Health Advisor for Lead Paint, and Perry Gottesfeld of Occupational Knowledge International, who were early leaders in this movement and whose continuing work helps to protect children from lead exposure. Finally, IPEN thanks its many NGO partners around the world that are working hard every day, often with very few resources, to eliminate harm to the environment and human health caused by toxic chemicals. None of the achievements reported on here would be possible without these organizations

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