About the POPs Toolkit

The goals of the POPs Toolkit are to enable officials responsible for contaminated site management to:

  • increase their understanding and their use of risk-based approaches for management of POPs and other chemicals
  • prioritize POPs interventions to reduce local health impacts, particularly on the poor and vulnerable

The POPs Toolkit has been created as part of the World Bank Regional Capacity Building Program for Health Risk Management of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in South East Asia Project.

This project was developed to complement the National Implementation Plans for the Stockholm Convention on the Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs). Funding for the POPs Capacity Building Project is provided by the Canadian International Development Agency’s POPs Fund, and is coordinated by the World Bank.

Hatfield Consultants has been commissioned by the World Bank to implement the technical components of the Project.

Project Team Members

World Bank

Dr. Jitu Shah,
Country Sector Coordinator,
The World Bank, 30th Floor Siam Tower, 989 Rama I Rd, Patumwan, Bangkok, 10330,
email: jshah { at } worldbank.org.

Dr. Catalina Marulanda
Montreal Protocol/POPs Unit,
The World Bank Group, 1818 H Street, NW, Washington DC, 20433, USA
email: cmarulanda { at } worldbank.org

Mr. Manuel Cocco,
Environment Analyst, Rural Development, Natural Resources and Environment Unit East Asia and Pacific Region (EAP)
The World Bank, 30th Floor Siam Tower, 989 Rama I Rd, Patumwan, Bangkok, 10330,
Email: mcocco { at } worldbank.org,

Hatfield Consultants

Mr. Thomas Boivin,
President, Hatfield Consultants,
201-1571 Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA. V7V 1A6
E-mail: tboivin { at } hatfieldgroup.com

Mr. Sokhem Pech,
Senior Environmental Governance Specialist, Hatfield Consultants,
201-1571 Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA. V7V 1A6
E-mail: spech { at } hatfieldgroup.com

Chemical Cleanup
Source: FAO
Hatfield Consultants The World Bank funded by the Canadian POPs Trust Fund through the      
Canadian International Development Agency
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