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The Office of Caribbean Program Coordination

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The Office of Caribbean Program Coordination (OCPC) is a PAHO sub-regional office established in the Caribbean in October 2006. The functions of the Office are focused on developing and implementing the Caribbean sub-regional technical cooperation program, responding mainly to the CARICOM Health Agenda – the Caribbean Cooperation in Health (CCH) Initiative. Accordingly, the OCPC will strengthen its collaboration with and support the CARICOM Secretariat in all matters related to health.

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Caribbean Cooperation in Health

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This the third phase of Caribbean Cooperation in Health (CCH) has benefited from the experience and wisdom accumulated during the two previous phases.  The first CCH initiated in 1984 was oriented towards the highest health priorities of the region and sought, through projects to operationalise those strategic requirements intended to address the gaps in the regional health agenda.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 June 2010 09:42

Caribbean Cooperation in Health (CCH)

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Definition of CCH

The CCH is a mechanism through which Member States of the Caribbean Community:

  • collectively focus action and resources over a given period towards the achievement of agreed objectives in priority health areas of common concerns;
  • identify the approaches and activities for joint action and/or Technical Cooperation among Countries (TCC) in support of capacity-building for the achievement of the objectives.
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