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Health
6 December 2010

Health and Well Being

The IAEA, through its technical cooperation programme, helps countries use nuclear techniques to prevent, detect and cure the illnesses of their citizens.

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Success Stories in Technical Cooperation

Top Stories & Features

Fukushima Nuclear Accident Log

The latest IAEA information on the radiological situation in Japan, updated as information becomes available and verified. Read latest update →

IAEA Nuclear Safety Conference Concludes

24 June 2011 | The IAEA Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Safety concluded five days of deliberations at the organization's headquarters in Vienna. Read more →

IAEA and South Africa Work Together on Stress Test

20 June 2011 | Following South Africa's request for the IAEA's support for a "stress test" of the Koeberg Nuclear Power Plant to review its safety, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and South African Minister of Energy, Dipuo Peters, met on 23 June 2011 at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna. Read more →

Multimedia

Discover the IAEA

- An insight into the fascinating world of the IAEA - a technical agency with a human dimension and a mission of peace. Watch video →

IAEA Fact-Finding Mission to Japan

- A team of international nuclear safety experts completed a preliminary assessment of the safety issues linked with TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident following the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011. View Photos →

Nuclear Desalination

- As water scarcity increases worldwide, several countries are considering desalination - a process which turns seawater into freshwater. Listen →