Health Partnerships are long-term, institutional relationships between UK health institutions (NHS Trusts, hospitals and other organisations, royal colleges, NGOs, professional associations and universities) and health institutions in LMICs. HPs aim to improve health services and systems in LMICs through the reciprocal exchange of skills, knowledge and experience. They seek to address priority gaps and needs identified by the LMIC partners, with capacity building usually delivered by staff from the UK institution on a voluntary basis.
If you are interested in applying for this programme but are not part of a Health Partnership, please complete the survey here: UKPHS Health Partner Survey: Brokering new relationships.
Alternatively you may be able to find a partner through engaging with the Health Partnership Community LinkedIn page. This page also provides details of organisations with additional areas of expertise that applicants might like to consider incorporating into their partnership, in areas such as blended learning, GESI and behaviour change.