Regional Tourism and Health Stakeholders Workshop

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Tourism and Health Stakeholders Address Issues for a Safer and Healthier Caribbean

Recognizing the need for cross sectional action to address health and economic issues in the region, the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has convened a Regional Tourism and Health Stakeholders Workshop on October 4-5, 2017 in Miami, to address the vulnerability of the Caribbean region to health, safety and environmental sanitation (HSE) threats.

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Opening Ceremony

Dr C. James Hospedales, Executive Director, CARPHA

"Collaborations are needed more than ever to increase our resilience in the face of natural disaster and issues of recent weeks."

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Mr Frank Comito Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association

"There are many lessons to be learned, with the guidance and leadership of CARPHA."

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Ms Amanda Charles, Caribbean Tourism Organization

"In a very pioneering and proactive measure the regional tourism bodies, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) partnered with CARPHA to address the tourism and health nexus."

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Mr Ian Ho-A-Shu, Inter-American Development Bank

"I realized the THP was built on one of the key pillars of the IDB’s health and nutrition frameworks,"

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The Regional Tourism and Health Programme

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Tourism Health Information, Monitoring and Response Surveillance System

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Tourism and Health

in the context of Regional Health Security

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Photo Gallery

THP Staff Members Welcome Guests to the Workshop