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    Caribbean Health Research Council

    Caribbean Health Research Council is now the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)

    The Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC) was the regional health institution with the mandate to promote and coordinate health research in the Caribbean. 
    It served countries that are members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), providing advice to their Ministries of Health and other stakeholders and generally supporting research related activities.

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    CARPHA\CHRC Conference

    Hotel information for the 2014 Conference in Aruba will be posted soon.

    Latest News

    7/19/2013 2:20:15 PM
    The offices of the Caribbean Health Research Council moved to the Caribbean Public Health Agency on July 8th 2013 and can now be contacted at :

    Caribbean Public Health Agency
    16-18 Jamaica Blvd
    Federation Park
    Port Of Spain
    Trinidad & Tobago

    Tel. +1-868-622-4261-2; 299-0895

    Email postmaster@carpha.org

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    12/1/2012 11:50:30 AM
    CARPHA is the Health Agency of the Caribbean region with a collective response to strengthen and reorient the health system and approach to address the changing nature of public health challenges, particularly in relation to communicable diseases such as HIV / AIDS and Non-Communicable Diseases, such as obesity, cancer, heart disease and diabetes. CARPHA will support this by adopting a truly people-centred, evidence-based approach to its work. It will continue to address long term persistent threats to the Region related to natural disasters

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    Training & Events

    5/25/2012 12:24:08 PM
    M&E Internship Programme

    In order to develop capacity in the area of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), CHRC has developed an M&E Internship Programme.

    See the attached files for more details and the Application Form.

    Files: Program Outline, Application Form, Internship Brochure

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