- annual and follow-up workshops,
- regular communication between UNEP and the Ozone Officers to provide information and assistance in resolving any difficulties encountered,
- thematic and contact group meetings,
- country-to-country cooperation.
The OzonAction Programme currently operates ten Regional Networks comprising 148 developing and 12 developed countries.
The Networks are administered on a day-to-day basis by Regional Network Coordinators who are based in UNEP's Regional Offices in Thailand, Bahrain, Panama and Nairobi, and also at UNEP DTIE Paris. The Networking activity is managed by the Network and Policy Manager based at UNEP DTIE in Paris, France.
Networking activities have resulted in improved data reporting, policy making, refrigerant management plans and the development of peer pressure among ODS Officers to take early steps to implement the Montreal Protocol.