Improvement of Ecological Wellbeing Markers.


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Advancement of Ecological Wellbeing Markers In the U.S.- Mexico Fringe Container American Wellbeing Association U.S. Mexico Fringe Procedure for selecting natural wellbeing markers and dates accumulations System for the Determination of the Ecological Wellbeing Pointers
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Improvement of Environmental Health Indicators In the U.S.- Mexico Border Pan American Health Organization U.S. Mexico Border

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Methodology for selecting ecological wellbeing pointers and dates accumulations

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Framework for the Selection of the Environmental Health Indicators Border XXI Program: General Objectives 1.- Assess exposures and danger levels 2.- Assess human natural introduction and levels of related sicknesses and populace at danger 3.- Identify need gatherings 4.- Reduce presentation/illness

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Framework for the Selection of the Environmental Health Indicators Border 2012 Program: Mission Statement To secure the earth and general wellbeing in the U.S.- Mexico fringe area, steady with the standards of practical development* *In this system, reasonable advancement is characterized as “conservation-situated social and financial improvement that underlines the assurance and manageable utilization of assets, while tending to both present and future needs and present and future effects of human actions.”)

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Public Environmental Health for the U.S.- Mexico BORDER 2012 PROGRAM A NEW APPROACH Border 2012 accentuates a base up methodology, envisioning that neighborhood choice making, need setting, and task execution will best address natural issues in the outskirt locale The ten-year Border 2012 project was made by EPA and SEMARNAT in organization with other government offices including the U.S. Branch of Health and Human Services and the Mexican Secretariat of Health, the ten outskirt state governments, and U.S. tribal governments Border 2012 has developed from past binational projects: the Integrated Border Environmental Plan and Border XXI.

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Framework for the Selection of the Environmental Health Indicators BORDER XXI PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES PER CATHEGORY Water Air Hazardous squanders Food Natural/Technological dangers Resources (Financial, human, institutional)

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Framework for the Selection of the Environmental Health Indicators BORDER 2012 PROGRAM GOALS and OBJECTIVES Reduce water tainting Reduce air contamination Reduce land defilement Improve ecological wellbeing Reduce presentation to chemicals as an aftereffect of unplanned substance discharges and/or demonstrations of terrorism Improve natural execution through consistence, authorization, contamination anticipation and advancement of ecological stewardship

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Public Environmental Health for the U.S.- Mexico BORDER 2012 PROGRAM GOAL #4: IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Border ecological wellbeing endeavors concentrate on lessening the danger to outskirt families, particularly kids, that may come about because of introduction to air contamination, drinking water contaminants, pesticides and other lethal chemicals. Ecological wellbeing endeavors under Border 2012 enhance ability to lead observation, checking, and exploration on the relationship between human wellbeing and natural exposures; convey ecological wellbeing intercession, anticipation and instructive administrations; and upgrade open mindfulness and comprehension of ecological introduction conditions and wellbeing issues. Program exercises concentrate on reinforcing information social occasion (counting the advancement/utilization of pointers to evaluate changes in particular human introduction and wellbeing conditions), preparing and training to construct base; and procurement of discriminating data to leaders to accomplish enhanced natural wellbeing in the outskirt area.

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Public Environmental Health for the U.S.- Mexico Border DEFINING AUDIENCE MACRO AUDIENCE – Political authorities, overall population MICRO AUDIENCE – Environmental and general wellbeing professionals and directors

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Public Environmental Health for the U.S.- Mexico Border - GENERAL SELECTION CRITERIA - SCIENTIFIC USE BASED  Data accessibility and suitability  Feasibility  Validity  Resource with crowds  Representativeness  Manageability  Reliability  Balance  Ability to disaggregate  Catalyst for activity

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Criteria used to score beginning rundown of markers

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Catalyst for activity in general wellbeing projects inside of Border XXI/Border 2012 activity 3 - if related effect or results can prompt passing specifically or in the short term; 2 - if related effect is conceivably extreme and/or an extensive populace is affected; 1 - if related effect is likely reversible or kind.

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Resonance with general wellbeing and environment professionals and administrators 3 - if high weight of malady and abnormal state of inferable danger; 2 - for moderate; 1-for low.

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Resonance with political authorities and open needs and concerns 3 - if saw as imperative out in the open personality; 2 - if fairly critical; 1-if most likely not saw as essential.

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Appendix A: Selection of Environmental Public Health Indicators - first round of scoring and audit

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Criteria used to score pointers held in Table 1 (taking after first round survey)

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Feasibility and sensibility of accumulation and combination for U.S. – Mexico Border district 3-if effectively gathered; 2-if information accumulation needs significant change or if unique overview required; 1-if likewise needs lab information and/or particular epidemiologic examination.

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Ease of usage after some time 3-if can be executed in the short term; 2-if can be actualized in mid-term (2-3 years); 1-if obliges long haul for usage (over 3 years).

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Synergy and Complementarity for Border XXI/Border 2012 Program and other Border activities and national and government observation frameworks 3-if emphatically underpins the accomplishment of three or more destinations; 2-in the event that it serves to accomplish one to two targets; 1-generally.

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Appendix B: Selection of Environmental Public Health Indicators - second round of scoring and audit

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52 Indicators 4 General pointers 8 Water 11 Air 6 Food 9 Waste 7 Multiple Exposure 7 Occupational Health

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Draft rundown of center natural general wellbeing markers for the U.S.- Mexico Border locale as created at the El Paso Workshop, July 26-27, 2001 OBJECTIVE WATER AIR FOOD WASTE MULTIPLE OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES

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Draft rundown of center ecological general wellbeing markers for the U.S.- Mexico Border area as created at the El Paso Workshop, July 26-27, 2001 (Cont.) OBJECTIVE WATER AIR FOOD WASTE MULTIPLE OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES OBJECTIVE 4. Decrease EXPOSURE/DISEASE THROUGH: - versatile data support - defensive and control measures - protection, remedial measures (at inds, group, state levels) - advance versatile practices and institutional reactions

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Pan American Health Organization World Health Organization U.S.- Mexico Bo

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