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Carlyle Guerra de Macedo, Brazilian health administrator.


Macedo, Carlyle Guerra de was born on April 15, 1937 in Parnagua, Piaui, Brazil. Came to the United States, 1983. Son of Julio Borges and Arquiminia (Guerra) de Macedo.


Doctorate, University Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil, 1961. Master in Public Health, University Chile, Santiago, 1968. Degree (honorary), National School Public Health, Rio de Janeiro, 1984.

Degree (honorary), Autonomous University Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1984. Degree (honorary), Cayetano Heredia University, Lima, Peru, 1985.


Health sector chief, Brazilian Development Agency, 1962-1963;head of health division, Brazilian Development Agency, 1964-1965;secretary of health, State of Piaui Department Health, 1965-1970;member development county, State of Piaui, 1966-1969;training official, head training division, Pan American Health Planning Center, Santiago, Chile, 1970-1975;coordinator strategic training of health personnel, Pan. American Health Organisation, Brasilia, Brazil, 1976-1983;director, Pan. American Health Organisation, Washington, since 1983.

Visiting professor school public health U. Argentina, U. Chile, U. Colombia, U. Peru, U. Brazil, U. Mexico, 1963-1982. Consultant, instructor ILPES/PAHO, Santiago, 1969. Consultant state health departments, universities, and ministries, Brazil, 1976-1980.

Member of national program for food and nutrition National Institute Food and Nutrition/World Bank, Brazil, 1978-1982.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, listening to music.


Married Renee Salles de Asevedo, December 2, 1957. Children: Carlyle Guerra Junior.