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UKPHS – Somalia Priority Document


UKPHS – Somaliland Scoping Assessment Report


UKPHS – Somaliland Priority Narrative


How to form a Health Partnership


Guidance document for new or prospective Health Partnerships.

Compilation of International AMS Resources


A collection of links to international resources on AMS that may be useful for applicants to use when completing their applications for CwPAMS.

CWPAMS Launch Slides


Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship Scheme launch event slides.

Exploring how partnerships can better practice shared ownership – Webinar

THET Grants Team

The webinar comes as a response from a number of Health Partnerships who are looking for ways in which they can improve the shared ownership

Health Partnership population study: inclusion of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged populations in the health partnership scheme

Eva Burke

This THET-commissioned report provides an analysis of current approaches to social inclusion in the Health Partnership Scheme (HPS) and recommends ways to address the barriers

DFID Health partnership Scheme Annual Review 2015


The annual review summarises programme performance, agreed actions and learning over the review period course. This is based on information THET compiles from health partnership

IHLFS Full Evaluation Report

Capacity Development International

THET welcomes the International Health Links Funding Scheme evaluation by Capacity Development International. The IHLFS aimed to strengthen the health services capacity in developing countries

Practical Advice and Support on Per Diems

Scotland Malawi Partnership

An increasing number of members of the Scotland Malawi Partnership (SMP) and our sister organisation in Malawi, the Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP), have commented on

IHLFS Evaluation Report


The International Health Links Funding Scheme (IHLFS) was a three year programme supporting Health Links between health institutions in developing countries and the UK.