THET calls for concept papers for multi-country partnership grants

U.K. Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell speaks with a mother at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Malawi. Photo by: Roger Heath / Department for International Development / CC BY-NC-SA

The Tropical Health and and Education Trust, an international development organization working to improve the health of people in Africa and Asia, is calling for concept papers for multi-country partnerships grants under its four-year Health Partnerships Scheme. The program, which supports training and capacity-building health programs in low-income countries in the two continents, is funded by the U.K. Department for International Development. 

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • All lead and sub partner institutions are eligible institutions

  • Project spans three or more eligible countries (not including the United Kingdom)

  • Partners exhibit a track record of implementing  projects in developing countries

  • Between a 12- and 24-month implementation timeline

  • Maximum budget of £500,000 ($784,523) per year

Deadline for the submission of concept papers is on Sept. 4, 2012. Click here for more details.

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  • Louie-An Pilapil

    Louie-An is a former senior development analyst at Devex Manila. She has held consulting and editorial positions at the Asian Development Bank in Manila and a business-to-business media company in Hong Kong and mainland China.

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