Vladimir Kendrovski

Technical Officer for Climate Change and Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe

A specialist in hygiene, environment, and health, Vladimir served at the Macedonian National Institute for Public Health before joining the World Health Organization in 2012. He is an environmental health scientist and public health practitioner working on public health adaptation to climate change. In his role, he supports WHO European Region Member States in developing and implementing policies relating to climate change, extreme weather events, and health issues. He participates in numerous activities concerning health sector reforms due to climate change and has taken an active role in the creation of project and strategic documents in the fields of climate change, public health, and health policy. Dr Vladimir Kendrovski has participated in Public Health projects of the European Union, UNICEF, WHO, World Bank, and projects in South Eastern Europe.

Sessions

Friday 12th October

Plenary 3 - Climate Smart Healthcare

 

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