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Consultant for study of population and social inclusion of the Health Partnership Scheme

Consultant for study of population and social inclusion of the Health Partnership Scheme- new extended deadline.

THET (Tropical Health and Education Trust;; is a specialist global health organisation that educates, trains and supports health workers through health partnerships, strengthening health systems and enabling people in low and middle income countries to access essential healthcare.

THET is the managing agent for the DFID-funded Health Partnership Scheme. The Health Partnerships Scheme (HPS) supports the work that health institutions are trying to achieve by promoting and enabling Health Partnerships between UK health institutions and their counterparts in developing countries. The aim of Partnerships is to improve health services in developing countries through the reciprocal exchange of skills, knowledge and experience between partners in the UK and those overseas.

Details of THET’s programmes are included in the Organisation Overview attached or available on our website: Information from HPS is on page 10.

Aims of the study:
• Design and undertake an analysis of the populations who use the health services and facilities that health partnerships work to strengthen, in terms of rural / urban, gender, ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation, for a sample of health partnerships.
• Outline recommendations for future health partnerships to support health systems and services for disadvantaged populations through their approaches to partnership management, area of work, project design and implementation, and monitoring, evaluation and learning.

Background to the population study of a health partnership:
The Health Partnership Scheme has a weak focus on reaching disadvantaged, vulnerable or hard-to-reach populations. As the end of the Health Partnership Scheme approaches, an analysis of current approaches to social inclusion within health partnerships is required to understand how the population might be prevented from benefitting equally, and how to ensure that especially disadvantaged populations are reached in future health partnership projects.


Please email to apply.
Deadline for applications: Monday 27th February 2017.

Organisation Tropical Health and Education Trust

Country United Kingdom