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Health and Pollution Action Planning (HPAP)

  1. Health and Pollution Action Planning (HPAP) Budi Susilorini Indonesia Country Director Pure Earth
  2. • GAHP (Global Alliance on Health and Pollution) aims to reduce death and illness caused by all forms of pollution, incl. water, soil, air and chemical wastes, esp. in LMICs. • HPAP is a national/regional pollution prioritization and action planning process based on impacts to health. o Collaborative effort (ministries/agencies, GAHP, others); o Advancing specific recommendations and interventions; o Designed to increase available resources and monitor progress. GAHP and the Goals of Health & Pollution Action Plan (HPAP)
  3. Pollution Deaths by Country Income
  4. Nearly 2% of all deaths Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). GBD Compare. Seattle, WA: IHME, University of Washington, 2015. Available from compare. (Accessed Feb 12, 2019)
  5. Disease From Pollution Is Abundant In LMICs 92 percent of death is in LMICs.
  6. National Priority + Impact Data Resources Why Is Pollution Underfunded? No Data on Health & Econ Impacts No Justification for Resources
  7. Madagascar Colombia Thailand Senegal

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  1. Diseases caused by pollution in 2015 approached 9.6 million people who died, 17% of the people who died in the world. In low and middle income countries (LMICs), pollution results in premature death (92%). Air pollution is the biggest cause of pollution-related diseases, where in 2015 approximately 6.4 million caused premature deaths, including 2.8 million household air pollution, 4.2 million due to ambient air pollution.
  2. Pollution causes various diseases and costs economically. In addition, pollution causes additional economic losses by increasing the quality of ecosystems and destroying the natural systems that humans need. The economic costs of pollution are enormous that are not visible because they are associated with hidden damage to organ functions such as decreased levels of intelligence (IQ) and chronic NCDs that occur after several years or decades after exposure and with loss of natural resources. These costs have no impact on the budget from the Ministry of Environment, cannot be calculated with economic standard indicators, so they cannot be calculated and are not related to pollution.