Panos Global AIDS Programme
The Haitian Communities through Children’s Eyes
Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA), established in 1967 as a Wider Caribbean regional membership organization, comprises governments, NGOs and individuals and promotes the environmental management and the preservation of cultural heritage. (English only)
Caribbean Environmental Reporters Network (CERN), a network with a membership of 35 in 13 countries. It was established in March 1993 to help raise the standard of environmental journalism in the Caribbean and to create a better awareness of environmental issues among Caribbean people. All CERN’s activities are implemented in close collaboration with the Panos Institute, which also provides institutional support. (English only)
Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC), based in Trinidad and Tobago, implements research, advisory services, planning and information programmes on infectious diseases. (English only).
Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), begun in 1981, responds to attacks on the press everywhere in the world. CPJ investigates more than 2,000 cases every year and takes action on behalf of journalists and their news organizations without regard to political ideology. (English and Spanish)
Inter Press Service, a leading provider of information on global issues, based on a network of journalists in more than 100 countries, with satellite communication links to 1,200 outlets. (English and Spanish)
Island Resources Foundation (IRF), a non-profit research and education organization dedicated to solving the environmental problems of development in small tropical islands. (English only)
Haiti Portals: www.haitiglobalvillage.com The site that offers links to many Haitian sites on the web. An Internet portal for the community of Haitian websurfers. www.haitiworld.com and www.haitionline.com are other Internet portals.
Haitian Telematic Network for Research and Development (REHRED), An information service for members as well as other users, with 11 “listservs” including discussion fora (some of these are open to all and some are limited to members). The site provides also access to 6 international lists on Haiti.
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