Health partnership activities are based on building capacity through volunteer exchange. Therefore, volunteer support and management is essential for the effectiveness of health partnership activities.
This list provides links to the national medical equipment policies for those sub-Saharan African Countries that have them
A.Worm and THET
This infographic shows the results of THET's research into national medical equipment donation practice and policies in sub-Saharan African countries.
This leaflet sets out some of the things to think about before individuals consider donating medicines or equipment, it is not an exhaustive list or
This partnership hopes to increase the number of trained colposcopists, expand the capacity of colposcopy clinics, and increase the number of trained pathologists experience in
For the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland and University Teaching Hospital, Zambia partnership, the unanticipated challenges of data collection, monitoring and evaluation
Representatives from both sides of the partnership should be involved as it documents changes you want to achieve, how you will achieve them & importantly,
Dr Lisk, UK Health Partnership Coordinator, describes data gathering for project M&E from Epilepsy Association of Sierra Leone clinics, health centres, and hospitals. The data
Feed the Minds
Cross-organisational learning resource from UK based charity, Feed the Minds helping you to share and interact better. Cross-organisational learning is about learning ‘with and from’
The partnership between The Kambia Appeal and Kambia District Health Management Team in Sierra Leone explain their approach to monitoring and evaluation. This practical guide
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
Health Partnership Symposium on Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning: 1st March 2017. The event was attended by 90 global health actors including health partnership representatives from