Welcome to CARICAD

CARICAD is a regional intergovernmental organisation specialising in transforming and modernising the Public Sector of Caribbean States. Located in Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, CARICAD was established in 1980 by an Agreement among Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments.

Over the past 25 years, many Member States have recorded significant improvements in their public administrations and delivery of service as a direct result of CARICAD’s in-country introduction of modern management systems and processes.

"We are not only seeking to improve public awareness of CARICAD, but also to promote better public understanding of issues directly related to our area of expertise, namely Public Sector Transformation and Modernisation" says Executive Director, Mrs. Jennifer Astaphan.

We hope that you find our site informative as we invite you to peruse the resources we offer to help our stakeholders with our collective efforts to improve the development and management of public policy.


Public Sector Modernisation Initiatives in the Caribbean


The United Nations Online Network of Regional Institutions for Capacity Building in Public Administration and Finance (UNPAN) is a virtual electronic network that promotess the exchange of expertise and sharing of experiences and lessons learned in public administration and finance at local, national, subregional, regional and international levels. The ultimate objective of UNPAN is to support, via an electronic platform, the development of efficient and effective public administration systems and competent civil services, especially in developing countries and countries with economies in transition.

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