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The Caribbean Environmental Health Institute (CEHI) is a Technical Institute of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). CEHI was established in 1979 by Governments of the Caribbean, to address environmental concerns and further the sustainable development of the region. The Institute's environmental health mandate focuses on the impacts of human activity on the environment and the consequent effects on human health and the socio-economic development of CARICOM States.

 

 

CEHI is headquartered in St. Lucia and works throughout the Caribbean region providing technical and advisory services to its 16 member states. The Institute works with the public sector, private sector, development agencies and civil society and remains dedicated to finding cost effective solutions to environmental problems in the Caribbean.