It is funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and engages the UK’s health sector and civil society in a four-year programme that will harness UK health institutions and professionals in partnerships with low-income country counterparts.
The purpose of the partnerships is to improve health outcomes through skills transfer, capacity development, and other collaborative work.
The Paired Institutional Partnerships (PIPs) funding stream will fund effective health partnership projects, encouraging reach into under-served and rural areas.
There will be different levels of funding: medium grants; large grants and multi-partnership grants.
The objective of the Paired Institutional Partnerships (PIPs) funding stream is to improve health outcomes in low-income countries by harnessing the skills of UK health professionals to deliver training and capacity development to the global health workforce.
Grants will focus on funding activities that support the national health priorities of target countries, as defined by Ministries of Health or other relevant government departments.
Non-governmental organisations are not eligible as overseas partner institutions
For More Information and Application, Please Visit;Medium Paired Institutional Partnership Grants Website