• INCLEN Research and Documentation

    Research is essential to generate new knowledge that will impact the health of people in developing countries. INCLEN is engaged in health research capacity building and undertaking large multi-site and multi-country studies of national and international health policy and program relevance. Through its global, regional and disease- specific research network, INCLEN has maximized its capacity and experience to launch effective, efficient and equitable collaborative research programs.

  • INCLEN Clinical Epidemiology units (CEUs) and Clinical Epidemiology Research & Training Centers (CERTCs)

    The INCLEN Network offers health and academic institutes the world over, the opportunity to work as one towards bettering efforts in healthcare research and training in the developing world. Today our membership includes 89 institutes, 59 Clinical Epidemiology units (CEUs) and 31 Clinical Epidemiology Research & Training Centers (CERTCs) with a membership of 1843 members in 34 countries throughout the world.


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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.Margaret Mead

INCLEN is undertaking major changes. Central to these changes is the principle that an organization that is dedicated to the improvement of the health in the developing world is appropriately guided by leaders from the developing world.D.W. Fraser

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