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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!

Donating Drugs and Medical Equipment: A Guide for Volunteers

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.


Cross-Organisational Learning

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


Practical Advice and Support on Per Diems

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.


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.


Infection prevention and control

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


UK VISA Application Guidance

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.


Project Monitoring

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.


Outcomes Measurement

Outcomes: what they are and how to approach measuring them in a health partnership project. This resource walks through the different types of challenges that partnerships may face in gathering data that demonstrates outcomes.


A conceptual framework for ToT interventions in global health; executive summary

An executive summary of research by University of Winchester’s Dr Maru Mormina, on the Training of Trainers (ToT) model. The framework developed from this may act as a blueprint against which Health Partnership ToT interventions can be mapped.


Training Opportunities for Health Partners

This document lists a range of training opportunities offered by organisations other than THET which might be helpful for health partnerships to further their knowledge and skills in successful project design, planning and implementation.


How to start a Health partnership

How to start a health partnership contains links to useful resources, ways to get involved with the health partnership community, and advice from previous recipients of the HPS Start-Up grants.


Health partnerships – Memorandum of Understanding Template

Many Health Partnerships choose to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), either at the start of the partnership or to formalise the work of an existing partnership. Developing an MoU can be an important way to ensure that both partners agree on the broad purpose of the partnership, as well as setting out how the two sides will work together. An MoU can encourage a greater feeling of ownership by both partners – provided that the process of developing and drafting the MoU is a true collaboration, rather than being driven from the UK.