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Lead in Solvent Based Paints

Lead in Solvent Based Paints

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We take this opportunity to thank all those who were instrumental in compiling and shaping this paint study.CEJAD wishes to acknowledge and express sincere gratitude to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources for providing endorsement for the project. We sincerely thank Mr. Richard Mwendandu and Mr. Francis Kihumba from the Ministry of Environment for their cooperation and support for the project. We would also like to sincerely thank the CEJAD board for their continued support and guidance.

Lastly, we express our gratitude to the staff of CEJAD for their valuable input and dedication in the preparation of paint samples and overall contribution to the successful implementation of the project.

The analytical study providing data to this report was undertaken as part of the Lead Paint Elimination Project in Africa, funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), implemented by UN Environment and executed by IPEN. The Lead Paint Elimination Project in Africa was established to eliminate lead in paint and raise widespread awareness among business entrepreneurs and consumers about the adverse human health impacts of lead-based household enamel paints, particularly on the health of children under six years old. The study was conducted in Kenya by Centre for Environment Justice and Development (CEJAD) in partnership with IPEN.

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