Mr. Andrea Cararo supports UNITAR’s Chemicals and Waste Management Programme by coordinating the Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs) portfolio, including Quick Start Programme projects related to SAICM and PRTRs development. He has experience in international chemicals and waste management topics, including Global Monitoring Plan (GMP) on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs). Mr. Cararo holds a Master in European Economy and Business Law, with a focus on international law and economics. He is fluent in English and basic user of French, German and Spanish.
Contact information: Andrea.CARARO@unitar.org
Mr. Jorge Ocaña, as a Manager of the CWM Programme in UNITAR, develops strategies and action plans to assist countries to address challenges posed by chemicals to human health and the environment. More specifically, he has developed guidance materials and strategies to assist countries to assess their national situation on mercury and Persistent Organic Pollutant Management, linking reporting, dissemination of information and access to information under the Minamata and Stockholm Convention to PRTRs. During his career, Jorge has managed more than 70 chemicals related projects in developing countries and provided technical support on different chemicals management aspects to more than 35 countries. Jorge has also assisted Mexico and Chile to develop and implement their PRTR systems. He has also led and contributed to the development of guidance materials and training modules on PRTRs. Jorge has been recently appointed as the Chair of the Inter-Organization Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals for the period 2017. He holds a Degree on Biology and a Masters on Social Sciences and he is fluent in English, Spanish and French.
Contact information: Jorge.OCANA@unitar.org
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