Caribbean Region

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What We Do

CDC’s Caribbean Regional Office (CDC-CRO) opened in 2002 and works with 11 Ministries of Health (MoH) and regional partners to strengthen HIV/AIDS programs and to build public health capacity. CDC-CRO also serves as a platform to address other urgent public health problems in the region. CDC-CRO focuses on four key areas: 

  1. Increasing the availability of high quality data to improve programs
  2. Strengthening laboratory systems and services
  3. Preventing HIV transmission and improving clinical outcomes, with a focus on key populations
  4. Building public health capacity.

 Discover more about CDC’s work in the Caribbean Region by viewing our detailed profile.

More Information

More information and data regarding TB in the Caribbean Region is available online at WHO’s TB Country Profiles.

More information about CDC’s global health work in the Caribbean Region is available online at CDC in Barbados, CDC in Guyana, CDC in Jamaica. CDC in Suriname, and CDC in Trinidad & Tobago.