Updated Dec 27, 2019CLOSED

Africa Mother and Child Grants Programme 2020 – 2021

Offered by Johnson & Johnson

The AfricaGrants Programme (AGP) supports the training of health workers in low-and middle-income countries (LMICs). Projects under the AGP 2020-21 Call for Applications must operate within LMICs in sub-Saharan Africa and, in a change to previous AGP rounds,will focus solely on strengthening the essential surgery and anaesthesia workforce directly impacting on mothers and children.
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CLOSEDFeb 23, 2020Deadline
£30,000 - £75,000Amount

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
CountryGhana, Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia and Tanzania
Focus AreasMaternal Newborn and Child Health (Health)
The core requirements for the AGP 2020-21 are as follows:Applications must be made by eligible organisations and partnerships under this programme (see FAQ document)Projects must fit within the parameters of the scope of the Call, as outlined aboveProject budgets cannot exceed £75,000Projects must operate within one of the Sub-Saharan African countries listed aboveApplications must be submitted in English.

If the core requirements and country eligibility are met, applications will then be judged throughout the application process against the following criteria:The project is single, coherent and time-bound, and deliverable within the budget and timeline proposed and agreed with THETThe project contributes to the overall purpose of the Africa Mother and Child Grants ProgrammeThe project is aligned with overseas country policies and plansThe approach to the project is appropriate and relevant to the local contextThe project is based on recognised good practiceThe project considers how it will benefit women, children and underserved communitiesThe project considers how it will engage health workers working at all levels within the surgical ecosystem, in particular nurses, midwives, and clinical officersThe project aims are clear and logical with a focus on measurable outcomesThe project demonstrates value for moneyThe partnership has the capacity to deliver the project, demonstrated through past successes, as defined in the FAQ documentThe project effectively engages short-and/or long-term volunteers in order to deliver project activitiesThe project impact will be sustained once the life cycle of the project has come to an end.Applications that are clearly rooted in a sustainable partnership which promotes multi-disciplinary team working will be regarded favourably.Partnerships may submit more than one application. However, applicants should be aware that there is a limited amount of funding available and as such THET is unlikely to fund more than one project per partnership. Applicants are encouraged to focus on quality rather than quantity.

Application Directions

Applicants should complete their grant application form and budget template collaboratively and submit these documents, along with letters of support from each of the lead partners and any managing partners, in one email to AGP@thet.org.


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