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Media Partner

Francesca Racioppi



Francesca Racioppi was born in Rome, Italy, where she graduated as a molecular biologist from the University "La Sapienza". She attended several post-graduate trainings in epidemiology, integrated assessment, environmental and human toxicology. She has developed extensive experience in analyzing environmental health issues and building capacity for environmental health, with a focus in eastern European countries.

Before joining the WHO Regional Office for Europe in 1997, she was a Section Head at Procter and Gamble, where she worked as a section head on issues related to human and environmental health and consumer safety.


Francesca Racioppi is coordinating activities related to Violence and Injury Prevention for the European Region. In this capacity, she facilitates and co-ordinates contacts between the European Programmes implementing activities related to violence and injury prevention and the VIP Department in Geneva. She is also directly involved in activities related to the prevention of violence and unintentional injuries in the European Region. She led the preparation of the European report "Preventing road traffic injury: a public health perspective for Europe" for World Health Day 2004. She also manages the WHO programme on Transport and Health.

Citytech Workshop: BIKENOMICS, monday 28th of October 2013, at 4.30-6.30 PM





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