Experts' profiles - Maliza van Eeden
Maliza van Eeden
Maliza van Eeden has been working for UNEPs Post-Conflict & Disaster Management Branch since 2005. She is a South African trained lawyer, who qualified as an attorney in Cape Town before joining UNEP.

Within UNEP she initially worked at the policy level on the integration of environmental issues in UN inter-agency processes, with her focus later shifting to project implementation. She was part of the UNEP team that conducted a post-conflict environmental assessment in Lebanon, following the conflict between Hizbollah and Israel in 2006.

She also has experience on disaster risk reduction, including the evaluation of UNEPs post-tsunami reconstruction projects in South East Asia. She is currently the project coordinator for UNEP and the Secretariat for the Basel Conventions joint project on hazardous waste management in Cte dIvoire, developed in response to the dumping of hazardous waste in Abidjan in 2006.
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