The website is built around three main menus at the top the screen:

  • the “Presentation” menu presents Hcéres missions and activity;
  • the “Evaluation procedures” menu provides access to evaluation procedures for current and future campaigns and to evaluation reports published by Hcéres. The website also includes reports published by AERES;
  • the “News” menu offers a chronological archive of news articles published on the website.

The Hcéres website is designed with a range of features to help you easily browse the site and access the information available. It has been developed to present data in full and as designed on all web browsers.

Main menu
This is located at the top of the screen and provides access to all sections and sub-sections of the site. When users click one of the three main menus, associated sub-menus appear in a dropdown menu.

Site map
The site map provides an overview of the sections and sub-sections of the site and can be accessed via a link to the bottom left of each page.

Breadcrumb trail
This is located just below the main menu on each website page, and shows the trail of pages users have viewed, starting from the homepage, in order to help them find their way around the site and go back quickly to a previous step.

Search engines
One search engine is available for the entire website, and there is another specific evaluation report search engine.


RSS Feed
You can select the information feeds (news and/or press releases) you are interested in and get real-time updates via your RSS reader.
> Sign up for the RSS feed

Contact form
To find out more about Hcéres, tell us what you think about the website or report any problems, please contact us using the online contact form.

The footer is located at the bottom of each page, and provides access to the site map and legal information.

There are “print” and “e-mail” options on the website.

The Hcéres website complies with the accessibility standards developed by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It follows the numerous WCAG 1.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) rules, complies with XHTML 1.0 and uses a valid CSS stylesheet (CSS level 2.1).

In order to view video and multimedia animations, we advise you to download the following free plug-in:
> Macromedia Flash Player.