Our Strategic Plan for 2016-2021 outlines our vision, mission and objectives for the next five years.
Latest policy report from THET examining the mutual benefits to be gained in healthcare by working in partnership.
This paper constitutes THET’s response to the recommendations made in an external evaluation report and what measures THET will put in place to implement their recommendations.
THET believes that we can greatly improve the chances of achieving UHC by actively championing new forms of development such as the health partnership approach.
In this paper, originally published in the journal 'Tropical Doctor', we focus on four partnerships that are undertaking training initiatives focused on building capacity for surgery and anaesthesia.
The Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) welcomes the outcomes of the Health Partnership Scheme Evaluation Synthesis Report conducted by Triple Line and Health Partners International (the HPS Evaluator) on behalf of the Department for International Development.
To read the HPS Evaluation Synthesis Report please click here.
This is the document we will refer to as we contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Devised over six months, in consultation with Trustees, staff and partners in the UK and overseas, the strategy describes our special relationship with colleagues in the UK National Health Service (NHS) and beyond, and our model of health partnerships.
Above all, it shares our passion for the contribution health workers are making at home in the UK and in some of the poorest countries of the world.
In our mutual interest shares the learning acquired by THET over many years working at the heart of the health partnership movement. Examining the opportunities and challenges associated with this approach, this report points to the huge benefit that can be derived by both the UK and our partners and governments overseas when the right balance is struck between our own organisational and national interest, and the interest of people living in some of the world’s poorest countries.