THET is a trusted manager of grant funds for both the UK government and the private sector. With a wealth of technical skills and experience-based knowledge we work to create effective grant partnerships.
We offer comprehensive grant management services for government, private sector, NGO and donor partners, aimed at delivering and supporting programmes that strengthen health systems globally.
With over 30 years of working side by side with national governments in the UK and across Africa and Asia, THET has an admirable reputation as a strategic manager of grants which bring maximum value to the lives of patients both here in the UK and abroad.
To date we have managed over 300 grants through a range of partnerships, including with the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (formerly the Department for International Development), the Department of Health and Social Care, and Johnson & Johnson, with grant values of between £3,000 and £1.5m.
If you have any questions regarding our grant management please contact email@example.com.
We are pleased to notify you of the launch of a further round of grants under the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship Scheme (CwPAMS) with support from UK Department of Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund.
A Call for Applications is now open.
Funded by the UK’s Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), the Future International Workforce Programme aims to address the global shortage of quality health workers and increase access to vital services for the poorest and most vulnerable including, refugee populations.
Through innovative Health Partnerships, underpinned by reciprocal exchanges of knowledge, skills and experience, UK health institutions and partner organisations in Africa are working together to develop responses to locally identified health workforce priorities.
Funded by the Burdett Trust for Nursing and managed by THET, the NNCF engages early-career nurses and midwives in low-and-lower middle-income countries (LMICs). Working through Health Partnerships, Fellows can share ideas and experiences with UK nurses and midwives.
LMIC and UK nurses and midwives consistently testify to the added value of cross-border cooperation in their daily work, and to their institutions, by demonstrating improved confidence, leadership, morale, learning and innovation. The Fellowships will combine structured leadership training with the delivery of Quality Improvement projects led by nurses and midwives.
An extension phase of the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship Scheme (CwPAMS), with support from UK Department of Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund, funded 14 projects in eight countries.
The programme aimed to leverage the expertise of UK health institutions and technical experts to strengthen the capacity of the national health workforce and institutions in Commonwealth countries to address antimicrobial resistance challenges.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to place health systems under immense pressure, we are, more than ever, aware of the value that Health Partnerships bring to the global health community. Thanks to the strong ties of trust, collegiality and professional respect built over years of partnership work, they are well-placed to ensure responses are targeted and focused on local needs.
From the Democratic Republic of Congo to Bangladesh and from Malawi to Somaliland, the COVID-19 Response Fund will enable Health Partnerships to work together to address gaps in skills and knowledge to prevent and treat COVID-19, and support the safety and well-being of health workers in LMICs.
Since the Coup on 1st February 2021, we have seen a rapid and complex deterioration in Myanmar’s health system, with immense disruption to the general population in accessing care.
The Myanmar Emergency Response Fund (MERF) harnesses the power of Health Partnerships to enable the UK to engage with the crisis in Myanmar, supporting health care professionals to respond to the risks presented by the coup, and the ongoing risks of COVID-19.
THET is currently working with Johnson & Johnson to support health partnerships to deliver health worker training programmes in low and middle income countries with a particular focus on essential surgery and anaesthesia for mothers and children.
THET has previously worked with Johnson & Johnson to manage the Strengthening Surgical Capacity programme. Projects under this scheme focused on reducing morbidity and mortality from conditions requiring surgical intervention and/or enhancing patient safety as a result of improved anaesthetic care. Under this scheme 1,390 health professionals have been trained helping to improve care to thousands of patients.
THET is currently managing two grants on behalf of the Burdett Trust of Nursing, an independent charitable trust named after Sir Henry Burdett KCB, the founder of the Royal National Pension Fund for Nurses (RNPFN).
The Burdett Trust for Nursing was established in 2002 with the aim of making charitable grants to support the nursing contribution to healthcare. The Trust makes grants in support of nurse-led projects, using its funds to empower nurses and make significant improvements to the patient care environment, currently focusing on three main pillars: Building nursing research capacity and capabilities, Supporting nurses in their professional development, Supporting local nurse-led initiatives.
The grant management piece is one of the attractions of THET because you have the skills and competencies to make it happen. It’s a fantastic partnership and certainly something that we could not have done alone.
Ian Walker - Director, Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact.
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