InAirQ is an international project aiming to assess the health risk of indoor air pollutants on a vulnerable population (i.e., children between age 6 and 14) and to take actions to improve the indoor environment in school buildings in Central Europe. National vulnerability assessments and SWOT analyses will be prepared to assess and explore the actual risks related to indoor air quality (IAQ) in school buildings. The IAQ will be investigated in 60 school buildings selected in 5 countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Slovenia). A Virtual Health Repository will be developed in the frame of the InAirQ project to help decision makers. National Action Plans will be elaborated, tested and implemented, striving to improve children`s health through changes in the indoor environment. Capacity-building courses will be organized with the school managers and local/regional school operating bodies for the best implementation of the action plans, while the transnational Environment Quality Forum will provide the follow up of the project results and sustain the co-operation with the potential stakeholders.
InAirQ has officially started on the 1st of July 2016 under the coordination of National Public Health Center (NPHC), Hungary and will end on the 30th June 2019. The project has a total budget of approximately 1.8 million euros and is co-funded by Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE funding Programme.
For more information, visit the website: http://www.interreg-central.eu/inairq or contact Tamás Szigeti at firstname.lastname@example.org.