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International Health Regulations (IHR) Strengthening project

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The project enables scientific and technical capability to be mobilised for increased international engagement, significantly scaling up UK capacity to respond to WHO and country demand for support on IHR. This will enhance global, and country level health security and strengthen UK preparedness and capacity to respond to future threats. The project works to build technical capability, strengthen leadership, and develop sustainable public health systems through provision of technical expertise to support and enhance WHO’s IHR strengthening efforts globally, particularly with Joint External Evaluation and National Action Planning activities. It does this through developing trusted institutional linkages, building long term partnerships and professional relationships at country and regional level. The project works at national level in partnerships with NPHIs and Health Ministries, providing targeted support to 4 countries (Ethiopia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Zambia). At a regional level the project works with bodies such as Africa CDC and the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET) as well as WHO regional offices. Through regional support, technical expertise will extend global health security capacity building to reach countries that may otherwise be neglected in terms of donor support. This will strengthen regional resilience networks for prevention, detection and response to future outbreaks.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-IHR-PHE

Start Date:

2016-11-21

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£23,679,613.78


UK Public Health Rapid Support Team - Rapid investigation and response

UK - Department of Health (DH)

Created in 2016, the UK-PHRST is the primary arm of Her Majesty’s Government to provide and coordinate the UK’s public health response to outbreaks in LMICs. The UK-PHRST is a unique collaboration between Public Health England and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with input from a number of academic partners. The UK-PHRST’s remit covers outbreak response, research, and capacity building, as components of its integrated triple mandate: • Rapidly investigate and respond to disease outbreaks at their source in LMICs eligible for UK Official Development Assistance (ODA), with the aim of stopping a public health threat from becoming a broader health emergency • Conduct research to generate an evidence base for best practice in epidemic preparedness and response • Build capacity for improved and rapid national response to disease outbreaks in LMICs and contribute to supporting implementation of IHR at the request of national governments or international stakeholders such as WHO. The UK-PHRST rapidly deploys a standing team of multidisciplinary public health professionals and researchers as required in countries that are a priority for the UK’s ODA programme. The UK-PHRST full-time Core Deployable Team consists of specialists in epidemiology, laboratory microbiology, infection prevention and control, clinical case management and clinical research, social science, data management and logistical support who are available to deploy within 48 of an approved request. Reservists and Field Epidemiology Training Programme (FETP) Fellows complement this team, providing surge capacity and specialist expertise when needed. The UK-PHRST is financed through UK Official Development Assistance (ODA) funding through the Department of Health and Social Care. The UK-PHRST Director is the accountable person to the UK Government, through PHE, for delivery of the UK-PHRST objectives.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKPHRST-PHE

Start Date:

2016-04-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£12,682,451


UK Public Health Rapid Support Team - Research

UK - Department of Health (DH)

""Created in 2016, the UK-PHRST is the primary arm of Her Majesty’s Government to provide and coordinate the UK’s public health response to outbreaks in LMICs. The UK-PHRST is a unique collaboration between Public Health England and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with input from a number of academic partners. The UK-PHRST’s remit covers outbreak response, research, and capacity building, as components of its integrated triple mandate: • Rapidly investigate and respond to disease outbreaks at their source in LMICs eligible for UK Official Development Assistance (ODA), with the aim of stopping a public health threat from becoming a broader health emergency • Conduct research to generate an evidence base for best practice in epidemic preparedness and response • Build capacity for improved and rapid national response to disease outbreaks in LMICs and contribute to supporting implementation of IHR at the request of national governments or international stakeholders such as WHO. The UK-PHRST rapidly deploys a standing team of multidisciplinary public health professionals and researchers as required in countries that are a priority for the UK’s ODA programme. The UK-PHRST full-time Core Deployable Team consists of specialists in epidemiology, laboratory microbiology, infection prevention and control, clinical case management and clinical research, social science, data management and logistical support who are available to deploy within 48 of an approved request. Reservists and Field Epidemiology Training Programme (FETP) Fellows complement this team, providing surge capacity and specialist expertise when needed. The UK-PHRST is financed through UK Official Development Assistance (ODA) funding through the Department of Health and Social Care. The UK-PHRST Director is the accountable person to the UK Government, through PHE, for delivery of the UK-PHRST objectives.""

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKPHRST-LSHTM

Start Date:

2016-04-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£3,445,469.78


Grand Challenges Canada Global Mental Health Programme

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) funds outstanding global health research through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). This Programme is administered by Grand Challenges Canada (GCC). The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is contributing in partnership to GCC's Global Mental Health Programme.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-GCC

Start Date:

2019-10-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£6,000,000


Acute health emergencies rapidly responded to, leveraging relevant national and international capacities

World Health Organization

Acute health emergencies rapidly responded to, leveraging relevant national and international capacities

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-TR-2022-23-13.003.EU01.TUR02

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$6,371,955.24


UK Vaccine Network - One Health Vaccinology Competition

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The former Prime Minister established the UK Vaccine Network in June 2015 to ensure that the UK was at the forefront of the global fight against future disease outbreaks. The UK Vaccine Network has identified that many pathogens of epidemic potential are zoonotic (having both human and animal hosts) and therefore a One Health approach is essential to tackle these diseases. The Department of Health and Social Care has collaborated with Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) (a non-departmental public body principally funded through the Science Budget by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, BEIS), to run a research competition to support One Health Approaches to Accelerate Vaccine Development. This call was wholly funded by ODA and therefore the primary purpose of all funded research must be to support the economic development and welfare of countries on the Development Assistance Committee list. Five successful projects were awarded a research grant by BBSRC, wholly funded by the Department of Health and Social Care. Just under £5.5million funding was made available to BBSRC to fund these successful projects under the provisions of the International Development Act 2002. These projects are managed by BBSRC.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKVN-BBSRC

Start Date:

2017-07-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£4,197,463.41


Acute health emergencies rapidly responded to, leveraging relevant national and international capacities

World Health Organization

Acute health emergencies rapidly responded to, leveraging relevant national and international capacities

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-SY-2022-23-13.003.EM01.SYR02

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$23,118,419.60


Fleming Fund – Multilateral Grant to World Health Organization (WHO)

UK - Department of Health (DH)

Contribution to the World Health Organization (WHO) to support countries with antimicrobial resistance (AMR) National Action Plans and development of global protocols for collection of AMR data.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-FF_WHOGrant

Start Date:

2015-11-03

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£14,495,273.65


Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable settings

World Health Organization

Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict and vulnerable settings

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-LY-2022-23-13.003.EM01.LIY03

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$10,424,590.56


Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable settings

World Health Organization

Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict and vulnerable settings

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-TR-2022-23-13.003.EU01.TUR03

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$33,547,323.76


Potential health emergencies rapidly detected, and risks assessed and communicated

World Health Organization

Signal detection, verification, risk assessment and communication of events, incl. Epidemic Intelligence from Open Sources (EIOS), Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and WHO's Early Warning, Alert and Response System (EWARs); public communication of events and risks.

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-ZM-2022-23-02.003.AF01.ZMB01

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$1,518,917.22


Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable settings

World Health Organization

Essential health services and systems maintained and strengthened in fragile, conflict and vulnerable settings

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-SY-2022-23-13.003.EM01.SYR03

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$33,981,580.40


Countries enabled to reinforce partnerships across sectors, as well as governance mechanisms, laws and fiscal measures

World Health Organization

Focused on NCD risk factors; specific mechanisms with food and alcoholic beverage industry; economic operators in alcohol production and trade, pharmaceutical industry, engagement with vehicle manufacturers, consumer organizations, private health facilities, private practitioners, marketing industries, civil society organizations etc. ; analysis on return on investment of NCD best buys/good buys and implementation of technical packages, civil society and private sector engaged for a meaningful and effective contribution to national responses (Excludes private sector and civil society engagement in other programmes (e.g., public-private mix DOTS, civil society engagement in Ebola, mental health issues and substance use related issues) and private sector engagement on antimicrobial resistance); health education, health literacy and community empowerment and voice; appropriate and effective engagement with the private sector to address the commercial determinants of health; health laws, standards or policies at national and subnational levels governing health-related activities across sectors; health promotion approaches, mechanisms and instruments to address health risks to foster health and well-being; mechanisms of risk assessment and management of conflict of interest.

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-GH-2022-23-03.002.AF01.GHA02

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$343,089.10


Capacities for emergency preparedness strengthened in all countries

World Health Organization

National action plans for health security (gap identification, costing, investment case and resource mapping); strengthening IHR core capacities (laboratories, capacity of national surveillance, incl. field epi training programmes, capacity for national emergency operation centres (EOC), risk communications, multisectoral cooperation, points of entry (PoEs)); minimum health systems for health security (minimum national workforce, infrastructure and WASH, infection prevention and control, clinical management); disaster risk reduction (safe hospitals, resilient communities).

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-928-SS-2022-23-02.001.AF01.SSD02

Start Date:

2022-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

$1,385,256.92


Fleming Fund - ODI Fellowships

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The economic fellowship scheme supports international secondments of a cadre of skilled health economists to low- and middle-income one-health Ministries, such as Health, Agriculture and Environment. The programme is designed to uplift and build the capacity of Fleming Fund partner countries in several core economic competencies that underpin the development of evidence-based policy relevant to addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-FF_ODI_Fellowships

Start Date:

2018-12-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£1,505,065.60


UK Vaccine Network - MRC/BBSRC Intramural Centre Vaccine Development Projects

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The Prime Minister established the UK Vaccine Network in June 2015 to ensure that the UK was at the forefront of the global fight against future disease outbreaks. The UK Vaccine Network has identified a range of human diseases with epidemic potential in low and middle income countries (LMICs) for which the development of Vaccine Products is a priority. The Department of Health and Social Care collaborated with the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and the Medical Research Council, both arms' length bodies of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, in running the 2016 competition which aims to support vaccine research to tackle UKVN-identified priority pathogens. This competition was wholly funded by Official Development Assistance and therefore projects must be primarily for the benefit of LMICs. The successful projects are being managed by the National Institute for Health Research. The Department of Health and Social Care made around £12 million available to fund six successful projects.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKVN-NETSCC

Start Date:

2016-09-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£14,376,788.96


UK Vaccine Network - Epidemiology for Vaccinology Competition

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The former Prime Minister established the UK Vaccine Network in June 2015 to ensure that the UK was at the forefront of the global fight against future disease outbreaks. The UK Vaccine Network has identified that alongside the need for Vaccine Products, there is also a need for the development of epidemiological models, and for tools and technologies to assist with the deployment and clinical trialling of vaccines in outbreak situations in low and middle income countries. The Department of Health and Social Care worked alongside the National Institute for Health Research to run a research competition to fund such research. The call was open to all eligible researchers that could demonstrate that their work was within the scope of the call and would positively support the welfare and economic development of countries on the OECD DAC list. The Department of Health and Social Care made up to £5 million available to run the competition and fund successful projects, under the provisions of the International Development Act 2002. Five successful projects have been awarded a research contract.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKVN-EFV-CCF

Start Date:

2018-04-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£4,764,495.60


Nepal Health Sector Programme III

UK - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

To improve the health of women, children, the poor and socially excluded in Nepal, including by restoring health services in areas affected by the 2015 earthquake, and improving the quality and governance of health services nationwide.

Programme identifier:

GB-1-205145

Start Date:

2016-07-11

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£107,499,984


UK Vaccine Network - Clinical Vaccine Development Competition

UK - Department of Health (DH)

The Prime Minister established the UK Vaccine Network in June 2015 to ensure that the UK was at the forefront of the global fight against future disease outbreaks. The UK Vaccine Network has identified a range of human diseases with epidemic potential in low and middle income countries for which the development of Vaccine Products is a priority. The Department of Health and Social Care is collaborating with Innovate UK (an arms’ length body of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) in running this competition. Innovate UK has considerable expertise in running competitions of this nature. The competition was open to all organisations that were able to demonstrate that their product or work has a realistic route to market, whether in the short or long term, and is primarily for the benefit of low and middle income countries. Successful projects were awarded a research contract wholly funded by the Department of Health and Social Care and administered by Innovate UK. The Department of Health and Social Care made up to £35 million available to run the competition and fund the successful projects.

Programme identifier:

GB-GOV-10-UKVN-CVD-IUK

Start Date:

2017-01-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£30,138,767.56


OUTPUT 1: ENABLING ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SYSTEM

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Ghana health system has the necessary management tools to support effective service delivery at national and subnational levels, which contributes to Fast-Track The End Of Hiv/Aids, Health And Development In Early Childhood And Adolescence, Immunization Services As Part Of Primary Health Care, Mental Health And Psychosocial Well-Being, Nutrition Of Adolescents And Women, Strengthening Primary Health Care And High-Impact Health Interventions, Strengthening Primary Health Care And High-Impact Health Interventions (Covid). UNICEF aims to achieve this through Advocacy And Communications, Advocacy And Public Engagement, Systems Strengthening And Institution Building, Systems Strengthening To Leave No One Behind. This contributes to the following Country Programme result: By 2022, more children and women access and utilize quality health services

Programme identifier:

XM-DAC-41122-Ghana-1620/A0/05/801/001

Start Date:

2018-02-01

Activity Status:

Implementation

Total Budget:

£0




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