INCLEN Trust International
Founded as a project of F-XF1885 - The Rockefeller Foundation. Became an independent organization registered in the State of Pennsylvania USA, 1988. Leadership shifted to Low and Middle Income Countries, 2000, when current title was adopted.
Attain equity in health for development through essential research and training in global health and related disciplines.
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Governing Body; Board of Trustees. Regional networks (7): CanUSACLEN; ChinaCLEN; F-XF4368 - French Language Network for International Clinical Epidemiology / Euro-MediterraneanCLEN; U-XF5908 - INCLEN Africa (IA); IndiaCLEN; F-XF5909 - International Clinical Epidemiology Network - Asia (INCLEN-ASIA); F-XF6156 - Latin American Clinical Epidemiology Network. Also includes: INCLEN Institute of Global Health (IIGH), set up 2015.
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