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In Our Mutual Interest shares the learning acquired by THET over many years working at the heart of the health partnership movement.
At THET we believe health partnerships run better health projects than individual institutions or experts. It’s plausible that the trust, understanding & resources in a strong partnership lead to effective, sustainable health systems strengthening. But is it true?
Written evidence submitted by The Tropical Health & Education Trust (THET) to the Commons Select Committee inquiry “Follow-up to Responses to the Ebola Crisis”
The Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 (GSHRH) will support WHO, Member States and partners - at global, regional & country levels- to address health workforce challenges to progress towards Universal Health Coverage.
Global Catalyst Group
Position statement for Institutional Health Partnerships
UK Dept of Health and UK Dept of International Development
This framework focuses on how voluntary international development work can contribute to building and sustaining capacity in low- and middle-income countries. It also outlines the benefits and opportunities for UK employers, professional associations and individual volunteers from the UK health sector.
House of Commons
Report created by the International Development Committee looks at the need and the UK's role for international development.
All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Global Health
In this publication the APPG argue that the UK should aim to strengthen its position as a global leader in health working in partnership with others to improve health globally.
Universal health coverage is first and foremost about equity and it is by addressing this goal that we can break the cycle of despair, ensure people centered health for all and so contribute to this new vision for development.