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Contact the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States

Contact the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States

The general public can contact the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States at the OECS Headquarters in Castries (Saint Lucia) and at our entities in multiple countries or for various issues.


OECS Headquarters

Morne Fortune, P.O. Box 179
Saint Lucia
+1 758-455-6327


Competitive Business Unit

4th Floor Financial Center,
Kennedy Avenue
+1 767-448-2240


Eastern Caribbean Liaison Service

1 Concorde Gate, Suite 303,
Toronto, ON M3C 3N6
+1 416-222-1988


Permanent Delegation of the OECS

Rue Pré-de-la-Bichette 1
1202 Geneva
+41 22 730 1745
+41 22 733 2670


Embassies of the Eastern Caribbean States and Missions to the European Union

Rue de Livourne 42
B-1000 Brussels
+32 2 534 2611
+32 2 539 4009


Embassies of Eastern Caribbean States to the Kingdom of Morocco

6 Rue Bani Massâoud, (573) Souissi
10000 Rabat
Kingdom of Morocco
+ 212 (0) 537 75 65 83 

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Sexual Exploitation & Harassment Form 

Reports of sexual harassment and discrimination can be made to the OECS Ethics Committee. Read the policy here. 

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File an Ethics Complaint

Any individual or group may file a complaint by emailing the Ethics Committee if there is a concern about projects or activities implemented by the OECS. The Ethics Committee can be contacted by hotline: 1-758-455-6304. The complaint must contain credible, detailed information supporting the allegation(s). 

Grievance Redress Form

Report concerns or complaints related to projects and other activities being implemented by the OECS that affects you or your community. 

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Pooled Procurement Product Complaint Form - Health and General Public 

The OECS is pleased to present its product complaint form. The form is for the use of both health professionals and the lay public who may want to report a defect or any issues with a product quality with any of the health commodities that are procured and supplied through the OECS/PPS pooled procurement mechanism.

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