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Non-governmental Organizations and Academic Institutions

Australian Paint Manufacturers' Federation

Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE)

European Confederation of Paint and Printing Ink Organisations (CEPE)

Global Lead Network: Trust for Lead Poisoning Prevention
The purpose of the Network and this web site is to provide resources and facilitate information exchange and collaboration among those working on prevention around the world. The site is designed to assist agencies, NGOs, researchers, concerned citizens, the private sector… all stakeholders interested in developing and implementing solutions to lead poisoning and pollution, as well as to related environmental, health, and sustainability problems.

International Network on Children's Health, Environment and Safety (INCHES)
fact sheets:

  • Remove Lead Dust
  • Tips for parents to prevent lead poisoning in young children
  • Lead at work: Don't bring it home!
  • Keep it clean: The homeowner's guide to lead-safe painting and home improvement
  • Lead poisoning: Danger in every corner
  • Tips for pregnant women

International Paint and Printing Ink Council, Inc

International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN)

International Society of Doctors for the Environment (ISDE)

The Lead Education and Abatement Design Group (LEAD)
A not-for-profit community organisation which develops and provides information and referrals on lead poisoning and lead contamination prevention and management. Our goal is to work to eliminate childhood and foetal lead poisoning by the year 2012 and to protect the environment from lead in Australia and throughout the world.

Mattell

Medical Research Council for South Africa (MRCSA)

National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) (Search:lead)

Occupational Knowledge International (OKI)

Rental Housing On Line

Toxics Link

University of Cincinnati - Department of Environmental Health