Date limite de candidature: Février 28th 2019
THET is pleased to announce a third round of grants under the Programme de subventions pour l'Afrique (AGP) with support from Johnson & Johnson.
The AGP supports the training of health workers in low- and middle-income countries, through engaging established partnerships between health organisations in the UK and Ireland and their counterparts in Sub-Saharan Africa.
THET welcomes grant applications to strengthen the healthcare workforce in one of the following two areas:
Stream 1: Essential Surgical and Anaesthetic Care
This stream will focus on reducing morbidity and mortality from conditions requiring essential surgical intervention and/or enhancing patient safety as a result of improved anaesthetic care through the training of relevant health workers. The aim of this stream is to improve the access to, and availability of, quality surgery and/or anaesthetic care (particularly for maternal, neonatal or paediatric surgical conditions).
Stream 2: Soins de santé communautaires
This stream will focus on increasing the availability and quality of essential healthcare (including attended births) and health information to underserved populations, particularly women and children, by training those who work and serve in the community. The stream will focus on the training of cadres working in the community (Clinical Officers, Community Health Workers, etc.), which is in line with the national strategy and policies in-country. Partners will work at the rural and district level, outside of the central hospital systems.
Funding Available and Application Details
Grants are available from £15,000 up to a maximum of £50,000. All funded projects are expected to last between 6 and 16 months. Project activities can be implemented from May 2019 until August 2020.
There are 13 priority countries for this round of the AGP.
The core requirements for the AGP2019-20 areas follows:
Grant recipients must be eligible organisation sunder this programme
Applications must be made by eligible partnerships under this programme
Les projets doivent correspondre aux paramètres du flux 1 ou du flux 2, comme indiqué ci-dessus
Les budgets du projet ne peuvent pas dépasser £ 50,0003
Projects must operate within LMICs in Sub-Saharan Africa,preferably in the countries noted above
Les demandes doivent être soumises en anglais
Coûts de formation et d'atelier, p. Ex. Coûts des lieux, rafraîchissements et matériel de formation (mais pas les indemnités journalières, veuillez voir ci-dessous)
National and International economy class travel only. For environmental reasons, travel for international trips of 3 days or less will not be funded
Travel and associated costs, e.g. travel insurance(if not already covered by a central institution policy),accommodation, subsistence,visas and vaccinations
Activity communication costs (cost related to activity overseas)e.g. teleconferencing, telephone and eLearning
Publications et développement de pages Web
Équipement jusqu'à un maximum de 20% du budget total de la subvention (cela comprend l'équipement médical et de bureau)
Project management costs.
This can include project staff salary contributions for part or full time posts required to deliver the project within the set project period. THET would not expect this to ever exceed 20% of the total budget and this will form a key component of the value for money assessment of grant applications. Communication around management, e.g. telephone and internet costs, office costs and administrative support is included here
La consultation coûte jusqu'à 5% du budget total. THET s'attend à ce que l'expertise technique soit fournie par des bénévoles
Monitoring and evaluation costs. THET would expect this to form 5 –20% of your budget
Contingency up to 1.5% of the total budget,to factor in exchange rate variances and/or bank charges
Download and read all of the following documents:
Please also download the Q&A document for important information and examples on how to complete your application.
The Grant Application Form and Budget Template should be completed and submitted, along with letters of support from each of the lead partner institutions and any managing partners, in one email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] by midnight 28th Février 2019.
Pour plus d'informations:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Johnson & Johnson/THET Africa Grants Programme (AGP) 2019/2020