Becoming involved in international partnerships as a volunteer does not always require international travel. Find out more in this section.
Partnership working is essential to international work. Learn more about how to identify and build sustainable partnerships in this section.
The Charter has successfully brought together all Health Boards and Trusts in Wales to work on a common path to international health partnerships. Find out more in this section.
Each of the 10 Health Boards and Trusts in Wales pledged to support the Charter in 2014. Health Boards have locality based remits, whereas Trusts have national remits.
Benchmarking was carried out in 2016 to determine the progress made towards the implementation of the Charter. This identified areas which required additional attention, and resulted in the establishment of task and finish groups working on specific areas, such as Global Citizenship.
Yes, if your institution or organisation is based in Wales or has a link with a Welsh health organisation, you can fill in the submission form
On your submission form you will be asked if you are happy for the information to be added to the database and website. If you change your mind, please email email@example.com and the information can be updated.
Yes, we welcome registrations from both institutions and individuals.
After you submit your project, your form will be reviewed and assessed to ensure the information is complete and appropriate for the website.
When a person/institution submits their project, they have the option to include their contact details. You may contact those who have supplied these details.