2004-2007 EC co-funded WHO project ENHIS

EC co-funded WHO project “Environmental Health Information System (ENHIS)” / EC-kofinanziertes Projekt “Informationssystem für Umwelt und Gesundheit”

1 Nov 2004 – 31 Oct 2007 [07-29]

ENHIS website: “ENHIS is an evidence-based information system aiming to support public health and environmental policies in the WHO European Region. The system is an interactive database, composed of country-level indicators and regional assessments (fact sheets). The fact sheets also include information on how data is obtained and how the indicators are calculated. ENHIS indicators provide information on exposures, health outcomes and policy actions related to the environment and health priority areas for the European Region known as Regional Priority Goals (RPGs)”, http://www.euro.who.int/en/data-and-evidence/environment-and-health-information-system-enhis [website: not freely accessible in 2021].

Project participants / Teilnehmende Institutionen:

  • Partner institutions (ca. 20), incl. Lögd NRW
  • Collaborating institutions (ca. 6)
  • Coordination and Management: WHO ECEH Bonn

Selected results / Ausgewählte Ergebnisse:

Dalbokova, D., Krzyzanowski, M., Lloyd, S. (eds.) (2007): Children’s health and the environment in Europe: A baseline assessment (125 pp.). Produced with > 100 contributors, incl. 4 from Lögd NRW (T. Claßen, R. Fehr, M. Mekel, S. Sierig), www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/96750/E90767.pdf [07-29]

WHO (2007): ENHIS fact sheet: “These 26 assessments, based on indicators for core environment and health issues, were prepared in 2007 by WHO/Europe and the partner institutions of the European Environment and Health Information System (ENHIS). They help describe the situation with children’s environmental health” (www.euro.who.int/en/data-and-evidence/environment-and-health-information-system-enhis/publications/pre-2009/archived-enhis-fact-sheets-2007):

(Rev. 28 Feb 2021)