WHO Western Pacific Regional Environmental Health Centre (EHC)
OMS Centre régional du Pacifique occidental pour la santé d'environment
1979-01 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Jan 1979, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), following authorization, Sep 1977, as WHO Western Pacific Regional Centre for the Promotion of Environmental Planning and Applied Studies (PEPAS) OMS Centre régional du Pacifique occidental pour la promotion de la planification et des études appliquées en matière d'environnement, by the Western Pacific Regional Committee of B-XB3548 - WHO. Closed down Dec 1997.
Promote and facilitate collaboration between environmental institutions and personnel of Member States within the Region; support the development by Member States of self-reliant institutions and capabilities in the field of environmental health.
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