Artist: Anna-Yoshie Muraoka
Lead-safety Message: Elizabeth O’Brien’s t-shirt lists the 17 countries still using leaded petrol as at October 2008 – listed on her t-shirt and at https://www.lead.org.au/fs/fst27_20081008.html – where a total population of over 262 million people were still being exposed to lead from auto-emissions just so Innospec could keep making profit.
Description of Work: Smart phone photo
URL of short film: https://youtu.be/DYYXU-zBq3M
Lead-safety Message: Effects of lead on children, such as low IQ, men and women as well as the environment. Encouraging stakeholders to work together to eliminate lead paints from the universe
Performers: Consolata Frigil Kimario and Nancy Mwangi Njeri
Poet: Dr. Faridah Hussein Were
School Name: University of Nairobi
Description of Work: This is a poem by Dr. Faridah Were, performed by two of her students on the 9th International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action from 24th-30th October 2021 to draw attention as to why the Week of Action, the effects of lead in human health and the environment at large, as well as encouraging stakeholders to enhance their efforts in eliminating lead-in-paint from the universe.