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THET ZAMBIA Strategic Plan 2017-2021

Since 2009 THET has supported the implementation of new training programmes, developed capacity-building programmes for the local healthcare workforce and championed the role of Zambian health workers through evidence-based advocacy.

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Impact Report – Health Partnership Scheme 2011-2017

This report is designed as a factual account of successes, learning and impact of the 2011-2017 Health Partnership Scheme.

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THET: In Our Mutual Interest

In Our Mutual Interest shares the learning acquired by THET over many years working at the heart of the health partnership movement.

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Health for All: Addressing the Unmet Need

THET’s 2017 Newsletter

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Furthering the Potential of Partnerships-UUKHA

This report details the Uganda UK Health Alliance programme work plan for the next year, highlighting the huge potential that Ugandan & UK health institutions can contribute towards health improvements in both countries.

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Lessons learned from monitoring and evaluation experiences in Zambia

For the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland and University Teaching Hospital, Zambia partnership, the unanticipated challenges of data collection, monitoring and evaluation proved to be a steep learning curve. We hear how the partnership resolved these problems, and the lessons they learned for the future.

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Monitoring and Evaluation

Health Partnership Symposium on Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning: 1st March 2017. The event was attended by 90 global health actors including health partnership representatives from 14 countries and the donor community.

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Infection prevention and control

A list of useful tools and guidance for institutions working towards infection prevention and control.

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Useful information resources for medical equipment

THET is collaborating with a significant number of global organisations that are engaged in medical equipment work in developing countries. Find some useful links to guidance and further information.

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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.

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Health Links: What we’ve learnt

The successes, challenges, and lessons learnt doing a health partnership project, by Health Links in Uganda, Malawi, & Zambia (July 2012), part of the external evaluation of the International Health Links Funding Scheme.

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Assessing biomedical engineering personnel & training needs: the Zambian example

At the request of the Zambian Health Ministry, THET performed a needs assessment of biomedical engineering personnel & training in public hospitals. The assessment determined that there was a significant shortage of qualified professionals at all skill levels.

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