THET: Announcing the partnerships in the Global Health Workforce Programme

12 January, 2024

[Below is the intro of a news announcement from HIFA supporting organisation THET. Read online: Congratulations to all]

The Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) are delighted to announce 33 Health Partnerships as successful grantees of the Global Health Workforce Programme (GHWP) in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria. THET will be the Fund Manager of the programme and Ducit Blue Solutions will be the Grant Manager within Nigeria.

Funded by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), GHWP will develop the health workforce in Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria, supporting them to build stronger, more resilient health systems for post-pandemic recovery and to make progress towards universal health coverage.

Meet the GHWP grantees!

Grants will start in February 2024, and run until January 2025. Projects are being carried out by both new and existing health partnerships between the UK, operating across Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.

[*Note from HIFA moderator (NPW): For further details of the 30+ partnerships that have been funded, see ]

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