Seed Global Health announces a request for proposals for partnerships
Founded in 2012, Seed Global Health (Seed) has built a strong reputation, forged meaningful and trusted partnerships, and demonstrated significant impact in strengthening health systems by building the capacity of human resources for health through education. With a unique focus on educating and training skilled health professionals in Africa, Seed has partnered with 27 training institutions across 5 countries and supported the placement of 191 US physicians, nurses, and midwives that served as a year-long educators.
Seed has worked in Uganda since 2013, as part of the Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP), a collaboration with the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Peace Corps, and Seed. Over the course of 5 years, these partnerships included placement of 55 Doctor, Nurse, and Midwife Educators who worked alongside local Ugandan faculty to teach close to 2,500 trainees and provide over 79, 900 service hours.
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