The organisation had recorded a number of laudable achievements and continues to be involved in grassroots activities just to mention a few are:
a. Lead in Paints in Developing Countries- An Unfinished Agenda.
Study to determine Lead (Pb) in paints in Nigeria and associated campaign for its removal. A Global Study to Determine Lead in Paints in 10 Developing Countries and Associated Campaign for its removal sponsored by Toxic Link, India in association with SSNC and IPEN
b. “Hazardous Waste (Electronic waste) Dumping from Europe”. A documentary produced in conjunction with Swiss National Public Radio anchored by Arnaud Robert (www.rsr.ch) in Dec 2008 – Jan 2009.
c. Lagos Vehicular Emission (Air Quality) Monitoring Study.
Health Impact Assessment/ Stakeholders Air Pollution awarenessraising workshop in Lagos in 2007-2009 for Multiple Development Services (MDS), sponsored by Lagos Metropolitan Transport Authority (LAMATA)/ World Bank.
d. “CLEAN TALK PROJECT IN SCHOOLS”- A Youth based school education on WASTE MANAGEMENT AND SANITATION – Pilot project in OUR SAVIOUR SCHOOL, YABA, LAGOS.
e. The STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE STATUS OF POPS PESTICIDES TRADING, REGULATION in Ogun State of Nigeriain 2007. A NASPIN Coordinated, PAN UK sponsor project. Click below Link
f. An Assessment of LEAD and other Heavy Metals in the outdoor environment of Ibadan, South Western Nigeria. Assessment of people’s Knowledge and Practices associated with Lead exposure or pollution. View abstract here
g. The MOMs and POPs Project (MaPP). A project using biomonitoring data to support breastfeeding, empowering mothers and protecting communities against persistent organic pollutants (POPs).
MaPP was begun by the Commonweal Biomonitoring Resource Center, USA and MOMs (Making Our Milk Safe) to encourage discussion about how breastmilk monitoring and the sharing of information about toxic chemicals in breastmilk can be done in ways that do not discourage women from breastfeeding. http://www.safemilk.org/
h. PhotoSpeak project on electronic-waste digital divide in Lagos, Nigeria. An ongoing self sponsored project.