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Rising to new challenges: IAEA experts attend the Regional Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association
15 April 2015 | In collaboration with the IAEA, WHO, PAHO and other relevant stakeholders, IRPA organizes regional congresses biennially. Taking place from 12 to 17 April, this year’s Latin American Congress aims to ensure that nuclear technologies are used in a safe manner to protect people and the environment from the risk of radiation exposure. Read more»
IAEA Impact: Water Protection Measures and Community Involvement Increase Sustainability of Uranium Mining in Tanzania
14 April 2015 | The stage is set for uranium mining in the United Republic of Tanzania, following recent changes to the country's regulatory framework that brought it in line with IAEA recommendations. Read more»
Mongolia and IAEA: Successful Cooperation, Renewed Focus on Cancer Care
13 April 2015 | Replacements for existing radiotherapy treatment units and the forthcoming installation of two new linear accelerators will greatly boost Mongolia's national cancer programme and reduce waiting times for cancer patients. Read more»
Strengthening the Safe Use of Radiation in Medical Practice: Experts Call for Accelerated Introduction of International Basic Safety Standards
10 April 2015 | Sound regulatory frameworks based on IAEA safety standards and effective communication are essential to ensuring that radiation used in medicine provides benefits to patients while minimizing risks. Read more»
Georgia signs second Country Programme Framework (CPF) for 2015-2019
09 April 2015 | Ms Maia Bitadze, Deputy Minister of Environment and Natural Resources and Protection of Georgia, and Mr Kwaku Aning, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Technical Cooperation, have signed Georgia’s second Country Programme Framework (CPF). Read more»
IAEA to Assist Conversion of Jamaican Research Reactor to LEU Fuel
09 April 2015 | The Caribbean’s only research reactor will be converted to low enriched uranium (LEU) fuel later this year, decreasing non-proliferation risks while doubling the reactor’s utilization capacity. Read more»
 
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