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The National Institute of Public Health contributes to social equity and the full realization of the right to health protection

CRISP is located in the southern region of Mexico, Tapachula, Chiapas, and is focused on vector-borne diseases (SVET) and regional pandemics as well as other priority areas of this region. The CRISP focuses on two research lines: prevention and control of vector-borne diseases and environmental health. It also provides diagnostic services for malaria, insecticides evaluation and pest control. Among its objectives are to identify and define strategic partners in the region; promote the research, teaching and service in the national and international context; train professionals for excellence in the field of in vector-borne diseases; assess public health needs; and produce knowledge to improve health.


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