Lead Paint Alliance - Partners

How to become a Partner

The Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint is a voluntary collaborative initiative to focus and catalyze the efforts of a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve international goals to prevent children's exposure to lead from paint and to minimize occupational exposures to lead paint.

The Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint is a joint undertaking of United Nations Environment and the World Health Organization (WHO).

More information on how to become a partner and a sample letter of intent to join the Lead Paint Alliance.

What it means to become a partner to the Lead Paint Alliance

  • Making a commitment to achieving the overall goals and objectives of the work of the Global Alliance
  • Contributing financially and / or in-kind technical expertise to the development & implementation of activities which help in achieving the goals and objectives of the Global Alliance
  • Working in accordance with the operational framework for the work of the Global Alliance
  • Being identified publicly as a contributor on the Global Alliance website
  • Networking, sharing information and participating with other contributors in the Global Alliance

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Current Partners

The Global Alliance is made up of diverse members or “partners” committed to taking actions to support the goals of the Alliance, including governments, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private industry, academia and interested individuals. United Nations Environment and the World Health Organization jointly provide the secretariat support to the Global Alliance.

Current partners' support letters are available below.

Governments

Intergovernmental Organizations

Non Governmental Organizations*

*Including, but not limited to medical, housing, and public health organizations; and environmental health organizations.

Industry: Trade Associations and Manufacturing Companies

Academics

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