Our existing partners and funders all share our commitment to, and passion for, health equality. But we need more support to allow HEAT to reach its full potential.
We are currently seeking <£10m funding from institutional donors, charitable trusts and private individuals. This funding will drive HEAT’s launch across nine additional sub-Saharan countries, steered by a Programme Advisory Council drawn from African Governments and academics, global NGOs and international development experts.
HEAT also needs partners and funders to help us develop five distinct strategies within the programme:
1 adapting the HEAT materials and training for mobile phone access
2 developing the course content to include new modules
3 translating the course materials into new languages
4 enriching the course content with audio and video resources
5 finalising and launching a comprehensive M&E (monitoring and evaluation) strategy.
If you have the funds or expertise to help, we’d like to talk with you.
You can find out more about our current partner and funding requirements on the Open University's fundraising website.