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Liverpool University professors leading on health worker training aimed at reducing deaths from air pollution across Africa

Three University of Liverpool Professors affiliated with the Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems are spearheading a new community health workforce public health initiative for Kenya’s Ministry of Health.

New training in household air pollution, health and prevention to be launched for the Kenyan community health workforce

Household air pollution from reliance on wood, charcoal and kerosene for household energy was estimated to be responsible for 22,109 deaths and more than a million years lived with disability in Kenya in 2019.

Clean Cooking in Uncertain Times: Innovation in Kenyan informal settlement helps sustain gas for cooking during COVID-19 lockdown

A report by the University of Liverpool, UK and Amref International University for CLEAN-Air(Africa)