Completed Projects

The first two country-level projects (the pilot projects) were implemented in Cambodia and the Philippines in 2009 – 2010. The purpose of these projects was to build the capacity of relevant institutions in the two countries to strengthen their systems for addressing chemical accident prevention and preparedness. Each of the projects consisted of identifying the country’s situation with respect to chemical accident risks, defining their needs and priorities, and building abilities through training.

To learn more about the project in each country, please read:

Cambodia Philippines

Training materials developed in connection with the capacity building activities in each country can be found under the Training Materials section of this website.

Post CAPP Programme Projects activities in Cambodia and the Philippines

In order to formally initiate post CAPP Programme Projects and a Roadmap implementation activities in Cambodia and the Philippines, launching events, to promote political and institutional commitment from involved government agencies, regional organizations, industry representatives, NGOs and other civil society representatives that have so far been supporting CAPP implementation in Cambodia and the Philippines and that are playing an active role in its continuous implementation and development in the future, were organized.

On 25 May 2011 in Manila, the Philippines a High-level Dialogue Event on CAPP and a meeting of the national CAPP Task Force of the Philippines organized by UNEP-DTIE in collaboration with Environmental Management Bureau (EMB), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) took place. A capacity building workshop on industrial risk reduction and local level preparedness for chemical emergencies was organized back-to-back with the High-Level Dialogue Event on CAPP.

In December 2011, Ministry of Environment (MOE) re-convened the CAPP Training Working Group (TWG) for a consultation meeting. Following the conclusions and recommendations of the December 2011 TWG meeting, an event was organized in Siem Reap on 5-7 March 2012. It consisted of a High Level dialogue session and a Workshop on relevant CAPP elements, such as process safety inspections and information management.


West Africa: Mali and Senegal

The main partners for these Projects are: in Mali - Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement ;  in Senegal - i, Ministère de l’Environnement et des Bassins de Rétention, de l’Aquaculture et des Lacs Artificiels.

A series of workshops were organised in 2011 - 2012 in both countries. National Task Forces have been established and first drafts of the Country Situation Reports have been prepared. It is planned to organise training sessions to assist the two countries in developing their respective Roadmaps. These activities were organized together with L’Institut National de l’Environnement Industries et des Risques (INERIS) and with funding from the Ministère de l'Écologie, du Développement durable, des Transports et du Logement (MEDDTL).  

Mali

Senegal


East Africa: Tanzania

A CAPP Programme Project for Tanzania (CAPP-TZ) was approved in 2011 by the SAICM Quick Start Programme Trust Fund. Through this project, Tanzania developed capacity and programmes for the control of major chemical hazards based on real needs. The main project partners are the Government Chemist Laboratory Agency (GCLA) of Tanzania, the University of Dar es Salaam, and UNEP as executing agency while the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) served as an international technical partner to UNEP and GCLA in the project implementation.
 
A National Inception Workshop was organised from 31 July to 1 August 2013 to launch the CAPP-TZ Project to ensure commitment of the relevant governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to move forward with developing the CAPP programme in Tanzania. Two training workshops on chemical accident prevention and preparedness followed, involving the Tanzanian CAPP multi-stakeholder and industry representatives. 

Under the project, Tanzania initiated the development of a CAPP Programme) and enhanced capacity and knowledge of national institutions in chemical accident prevention and preparedness. In addition, the Multi-stakeholder Committee was strengthened, by establishing multi-stakeholder cooperation and coordination mechanisms, including public private partnerships.

 

Sri Lanka

In 2011, a CAPP Programme Project was initiated in Sri Lanka with an Awareness Raising Workshop on Flexible Framework Initiative in Colombo. The Central Environmental Authority (CEA) of Sri Lanka is the main implementing agency and the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC) has the role of Technical Support Partner. The CAPP Programme Project for Sri Lanka (CAPP-SL) is funded by the SAICM Quick Start Programme Trust Fund.

The project was officially launched at a National Inception Workshop that took place from 16 to 17 January 2013 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Further, an introductory training for Sri Lankan CAPP multi-stakeholder Task Force was organised to ensure the enhanced capacity and knowledge of relevant institutions and agencies of Sri Lanka in order to deal with a chemical accident prevention and preparedness. The training, hosted by the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) of Thailand, provided an opportunity to discuss innovative private–public partnerships and the elements essential to preventing or minimising chemical accidents in a well-developed industrial estate since a technical site visit to the Map Ta Phut industrial estate was organised. Furthermore, this activity contributed to the strengthening of the regional south–south cooperation promoting the CAPP Programme.

As part of the CAPP-SL project, UNEP’s Flexible Framework Guidance document has been translated into Sri Lanka’s local languages (Sinhala and Tamil). These translated versions will enable wider access of the document by all stakeholders in Sri Lanka, and facilitate awareness raising about the importance of addressing prevention of, and preparedness for, chemical accidents.


 

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