Due Date: February 28, 2019
THET is happy to reveal a 3rd round of grants under the Africa Grants Program (AGP) with assistance from Johnson & Johnson. The AGP supports the training of health employees in low- and middle-income nations, through engaging developed collaborations in between health organisations in the UK and Ireland and their equivalents in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The objectives of the Africa Grants Program are to conserve and enhance the lives of individuals residing in Sub-Saharan Africa (in specific ladies and kids), avoid illness in susceptible populations and enhance the health labor force in Africa. THET and J&J are especially thinking about jobs which impact systemic modification and add to sustainable results and effect.
Styles and Geographical Focus
THET invites grant applications to enhance the health care labor force in among the following 2 locations:
- Stream 1: Vital Surgical and Anaesthetic Care: This stream will concentrate on lowering morbidity and death from conditions needing necessary surgical intervention and/or improving client security as an outcome of enhanced anaesthetic care through the training of appropriate health employees. The objective of this stream is to enhance the access to, and accessibility of, quality surgical treatment and/or anaesthetic care (especially for maternal, neonatal or paediatric surgical conditions).
- Stream 2: Neighborhood Health care: This stream will concentrate on increasing the accessibility and quality of necessary health care (consisting of participated in births) and health details to underserved populations, especially ladies and kids, by training those who work and serve in the neighborhood. The stream will concentrate on the training of cadres operating in the neighborhood (Medical Officers, Neighborhood Health Employees, and so on), which remains in line with the nationwide method and policies in-country. Partners will operate at the rural and district level, beyond the main medical facility systems.
- Grants are readily available from ₤15,000 approximately an optimum of ₤50,000 All financed jobs are anticipated to last in between 6 and 16 months. Job activities can be carried out from May 2019 till August 2020.
- Tasks should run within LMICs in Sub-Saharan Africa, ideally in these nations: Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia (consisting of Somaliland), Togo;-LRB- ***************).
- Applications should be sent in English.
The Grant Application and Budget Plan Design Template must be finished and sent, together with letters of assistance from each of the lead partner organizations and any handling partners, in one e-mail to [email protected] by midnight of February 28, 2019.
For additional information, go to Africa Grants Program