The African Centre for Clean Air

The African Centre for Clean Air (ACCA) is a research and policy centre, which employs a multidisciplinary approach to working in collaboration with multiple international, regional and local partners to develop African-based capacity to tackle the causes of air pollution, foster advocacy skills, and provide evidence for policy changes to protect health.

ACCA drives to strengthen existing and create new partnerships between Africa and the international community to bring together experts in air pollution, tobacco control, media, advocacy, occupational health, public health, and household energy to increase societal awareness about the impacts of air pollutants on health, epidemiology and environmentally sustainable use of household energy.

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO)

Air pollution kills an estimated 7 million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants.
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