Frequently Asked Questions

The CPDC is a coalition of Caribbean Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO). It was established in 1991 to sensitise NGOs and the general public on key policy issues and to impact policy makers on decisions which put the interests of Caribbean people at the centre of Caribbean development.

The address of the Secretariat is Halsworth, Welches, St. Michael, Barbados.

To contact us, you can send an email to or telephone us at 1 (246) 437-6055.

To become a member you can complete the membership request form which is located here:

Become A Member


To sign unto the NGO code of conduct you can review the NGO Code of Conduct and Ethics here, download the signature page of the NGO Code of Conduct and Ethics here and sign, scan and return by email to:


Legally registered NGOs in the Caribbean who have applied for a grant and are successful in the grant process can receive a grant from the CPDC. 

At this time, the Centre is unable to receive donations from individuals.

The CPDC usually collaborates with our in-country partners, with whom we have had a long lasting working relationship. The collaboration is dependent upon the type of project we are implementing in the country and the capacity of the organisation.

To apply for an internship at the CPDC, you can complete the form here.

Apply for Internship

The CPDC implements projects which include countries in the CARIFORUM region; however, countries are selected based on the project focus.

P.O Box 57 Welches Road, St Michael Barbados

The NGO Code of Conduct and Ethics can be reviewed and downloaded by clicking on the below link.  To sign unto the CPDC NGO Code of Conduct, scan the signature and return by email to:

Caribbean Policy Development Centre

The Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a coalition of Caribbean non-governmental organizations.