THET stands as a distinctive partner, allocating and managing grants whilst helping you to perform with improved quality and achieve better directed outcomes.
THET partners with a diverse range of organisations, from corporates to universities, hospitals to government bodies to help us deliver training programmes all over the world.
As a key research and implementation partner across a wide range of industries we work with numerous institutions and individuals, both in the UK and overseas.
THET’s approach allows organisations to make a real impact at community level, directly accessing those most in need while delivering clear business benefits.
A main feature of THET collaborations is the capacity building that we provide both in terms of the health systems within LMICs but also for your organisation’s benefit. We aim to develop and expand the skills, abilities, processes and resources of your staff in order to improve performance, quality of services and delivery.
Whether by donating or forming a partnership with THET, there are many benefits for your organisation including:
For joint programmatic work please contact our Head of Programmes and Development, Louise McGrath.
THET has been the managing agent of the Health Partnership Scheme (HPS), funded by the UK Department for International Development.
Our collaboration with Johnson & Johnson (J&J) exemplifies the powerful contribution the private-sector can make to the furthering of global health.
We began our partnership with J&J in 2011, with their grant for the Medical Education Fund, which worked towards ‘Strengthening Surgical Capacity’ in Africa.
We are a large multinational but we don’t have the ability to reach out to local communities and that’s where working with an organisation like THET, who have connections with big players in the international aid sector and grassroots partners, is key. We would never get to reach these communities without our partnership
Ian Walker - Director, Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact
Our latest health worker profile is now up on our website. Andrew Sesaye chose to become a community health worker… https://t.co/wsmLA4h2fq