Tools and Guidance
We believe the key to success is continual learning and we hope that our tools and guidance provide you with tools to enhance your partnership work and ensure your project runs as smoothly as possible!
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For individuals who are not part of established partnerships, this is a list of THET funded established partnerships in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
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 between partners within both their project and the partnership itself.
THET & SfGH
This toolkit has been written for those coordinating health partnerships, with a focus on the role of the student. The toolkit promotes the concept of a health partnership, explains the importance of the student in this, and outlines practical considerations.
THET MEL Team
This guide is primarily designed to support heath partnerships, funded under the extension of the Health Partnership Scheme in 2018/19, to assess the impact their projects are having on people with disabilities. It can also be a useful guide for any health project implementer, especially if training of health workers and improvement of health services in LMICs are involved, who is looking to collect information on whether their projects are reaching people with disabilities.
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 set of examples.
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’ others. Feed the Minds is a UK-based charity that supports education in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Latin America
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 the challenges per diems (daily payments for those participating) have brought their Scotland-Malawi links.
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.
A list of useful tools and guidance for institutions working towards infection prevention and control.
Applying for a UK visa is a primary consideration for any overseas partner coming to the UK. Follow the guidance below to make sure you include the right information.
This resource will help health partnerships to plan their monitoring & evaluation activities with reference to the context they’re working in & with a strong awareness of their stakeholder audiences. This workshop was delivered by THET in 2012.