Pan American Center for Human Ecology and Health (ECO/PAHO/WHO)
Centre panaméricain d'écologie humaine et de santé
Centro Panamericano de Ecologia Humana y Salud
1975 Mexico City Mexico
1975, Mexico City (Mexico), as a regional technical center of E-XE3060 - Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and of B-XB3548 - WHO. Also referred to by initials: ECO. Ceased to exist 31 Dec 1997. Activities taken over by U-XE2752 - Centro Panamericano de Ingenieria Sanitaria y Ciencias del Ambiente (CEPIS).
Cooperate with member countries of PAHO in the improvement of the health status of human populations undergoing development and prevent or minimize adverse effects on human health which may result from the environmental modifications of contamination that accompany economic development and industrialization.
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