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Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention Ban toxic
pesticides
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The problem

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The solution

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Progress

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The Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP) works to reduce the number of pesticide suicides worldwide.

Our work aims to identify lethal pesticides responsible for deaths and end their use through regulatory action. We work in low and middle-income countries, where pesticide self-poisoning is a recognised and significant health problem, in collaboration with national policy-makers.

We are a philanthropically funded research and policy initiative within the University of Edinburgh. The centre was launched in September 2017 with support from an Incubator Grant of the Open Philanthropy Project Fund, on the recommendation of GiveWell, USA.

Our Initiative

Our Work

Our People

Introduction

An introduction to the Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention

Content warning: videos contain content about suicide and suicidal feelings

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India Case Study
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Vendor 'Gatekeeper' Training
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The Safe Storage Project
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A Dependency on Pesticides
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Udeni: A Survivor's Story
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The Rights of the Child