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Panos Caribbean's goals are to enable the people of the Caribbean to conceive, drive and communicate their own development agenda. To develop media, information and communication partnerships, to communicate towards development.

To amplify the voices of the vulnerable, the marginalized and the excluded.

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HIV/AIDS is a complex epidemic driven by a combination of behavioural, cultural, societal and economic factors.  The participation of all sectors in all parts of the Caribbean in the decision making process is an essential step in lessening the impact of HIV/AIDS and reversing the current trends.

Panos Caribbean has worked on the issue of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean region since the organization began operations in 1986.

We recognize that public health is crucial to the well-being of the region and its people as it is linked to quality of life and the region’s economy. Through our Health Communications programme and project activities, we work to support participatory, inclusive and transparent decision-making on health at the national and regional levels.

In order to tackle the epidemic and guide the organization’s response, Panos Caribbean has developed a regional Health Communications programme within the scope of the Panos Global AIDS Programme (GAP). Our Health Communications Programme includes all areas of public health with special focus on HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

The Panos Global AIDS Programme (GAP) was a thematic programme across the network of autonomous Panos Institutes.

Over the next few years Panos Caribbean will continue to work to improve awareness, increase debate and spark action on public health issues by;

  1. Building the communication capacity of people living with HIV, youth and other groups affected by HIV & AIDS and Tuberculosis;
  2. Strengthening the capacity in the Caribbean media to encourage public dialogue and debate around health issues;
  3. Making policy makers and decision makers accountable to the priorities of the most affected;
  4. Providing stakeholders from grassroots to the global level with factual, relevant information on Public Health issues which reflect the perspectives of youth and other people directly affected by HIV & AIDS in the region.