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About Us

Who We Are

    • The INCLEN Trust International is a ‘not for profit’ research organization conducting collaborative, multi-disciplinary studies on high priority global health issues


    • Clinical Epidemiology Units (CEU) and Clinical Epidemiology Research Training Centre (CERTC’s) located in 89 academic institutions in 34 countries are core functional units of INCLEN


  • Globally, INCLEN network is grouped in to seven regional networks: LATINCLEN, CANUSACLEN, INCLENAFRICA, CHINACLEN, INDIACLEN, INCLENASIA and EUROMEDCLEN




    • In 1980, INCLEN was started as a project of Rockefeller Foundation with an overarching goal to promote Clinical Epidemiology as a bridge discipline between Clinical Medicine and Public Health


    • In 1988, INCLEN Inc. was established as an independent, not for profit organization in Philadelphia, USA


    • In 2000, the leadership shifted to Low and Middle Income Countries and The INCLEN Trust International was established. Global headquarters was shifted to Manila, Philippines


  • In 2005, global headquarters were shifted to New Delhi, India


    • With a view of revitalizing the network a strategic road-map for 2021 was prepared in 2012


  • INCLEN Institute of Global Health (IIGH) and Research Thematic groups  came into existence in 2015


INCLEN Executive Office (IEO), New Delhi


  • Presently IEO is located in New Delhi and collaborates with over 218 institutes in India that include medical schools, research institutes and non-governmental organizations


  • IEO maintains a strong and strategic relationship with various central and state government departments like Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) and Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and several  professional bodies


  • INCLEN is recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and has acquired tax exemptions and FCRA approvals to receive foreign funds


  • In 2009, IEO has established a Demographic, Development and Environmental Surveillance Site (DDESS) – SOMAARTH, in Palwal district, Haryana (60 KMs away from New Delhi)


  • SOMAARTH covers 51 contiguous rural villages encompassing over 200,000 population. We have an MOU with Government of Haryana to work in Palwal district
Global Achievements
Global Achievements