CARPHA, health, public, Caribbean
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) was established by the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) by combining five Caribbean Regional Health Institutes (RHIs): The Caribbean Environmental Health Institute (CEHI) The Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC); The Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI); The Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC) The Caribbean Regional Drug Testing Laboratory (CRDTL).
Who We Are
Role and Functions
Structure and People
What We Do
Tourism and Health Programme
Public Health Activities
Public Health Alerts
Laboratory Services and Networks
Caribbean Regulatory System
Environmental Health and Sustainable Development
Research Training and Policy Development
Publications and Resources
Monitoring and Evaluation
Data and Publications
Data and Statistics
CARPHA Technical Publications, Public Health
Epidemiologists and Laboratory Directors Meeting
Caribbean Wellness Day
More Love Campaign
Caribbean Public Health Day
Regional Experts Lay...
“Although Dengue has been in the Region for years, with the introdu...
The Caribbean Public Health Agency’s Caribbean Regulatory System (C...
New trial to target ...
A study just launched will investigate ways to reduce non-communicable di...
The Regional Respons...
Childhood obesity continues to be a serious public health concern in the ...
Roadmap to Preventin...
The Caribbean is in the midst of a childhood obesity epidemic. Statistics...
“We can, I can” Redu...
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. February 4, 2017. The large num...
The Caribbean Region...
The Caribbean region’s ability to respond to crisis situations and ...
Aviation and Health ...
Air connectivity is an important factor in the delivery of health service...
Successful staging o...
BRIDGETOWN, Jan. 13, 2017 – Representatives of four key Caribbean r...
Anguilla and Surinam...
As the implementation of its recently established Caribbean Regulatory Sy...