Partnerships are essential to the success of the Global Health EDCTP3 Joint Undertaking. We collaborate with several partners from public, private, philanthropic organisations and more to ensure shared objectives are met. 

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Contributing partners and how to become one

A contributing partner can be any country, international organisation or legal entity, other than a member of the Joint Undertaking, that supports the objectives of the programme.

Contributing partners contribute through:

  • In-kind contributions to operational activities (IKOP) (which can be an organisation’s time, physical space or data)
  • Financial contributions

Contributing partners get a say in the design of calls for proposals where they intend to participate.

Advantages of becoming a contributing partner:

  • Deciding on the scope and contributing to the development of calls of proposals
  • Ensuring your funding goes further and has a higher impact
  • Networking with our partners

For more information, please read the Guide for Contributing Partners to Global Health EDCTP3 Joint Undertaking.

Download the application form to become a contributing partner: Template endorsement letter

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a contributing partner, please get in touch with our team at:

Collaborate with us in other ways

If you are not able to become a contributing partner, but you would still like to collaborate with us, feel free to reach out to our team and discuss different ways our organisations could work together to fulfil our shared objectives.

Please get in touch with our team at: