Institutional and private partners
Since its creation, Solthis acts with and responds to the request of the developing countries to strengthen the impact of its projects while tightly collaborating with a wide variety of partners: institutional and private partners, corporate companies and foundations, national and international ones.
Companies, foundations, institutionals:
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Agence Française de Développement
Solthis received a grant from AFD through the Department of Partnership with NGOs for its project “Empowerment of users for an improved quality of HIV care in Sierra Leone” (2016-2017).See website
In 2013, Solthis became a sub-recipient of UNDP in Mali under phase 2 of Round 8 for technical assistance to HIV support decentralisation. This project continued in 2015 in the Segou, Mopti and Bamako regions.
In addition, at the end of 2015, Solthis was selected in Guinea as a sub-recipient of CNLS (National Committee for the Fight against AIDS) in Mali under the new funding mechanism (2015-2017). In this context, Solthis implements activities in the fields of study and research, training and building the capacity of stakeholders in charge of HIV care, and development of the health information systems, pharmacies and laboratories.See website
The European Union (EU), through the Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) and in the framework of the call for projet of the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIHR) made by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Niger, is co-financing the Solthis’ project “Improving health and living conditions of prisoners in Niger“See website
City of Paris
Since 2009, the City of Paris has partnered with Solthis on its programme to support the medical care of people living with HIV in Conakry, Guinea. In 2015, the City of Paris also gave a one off grant for the purchase of protective equipment against Ebola.See website
Fondation de France
The Fondation de France and the J.M. Bruneau Foundation, under aegis of the Fondation de France, supported Solthis in Sierra Leone as part of the continuity of care for people living with HIV in context of the Ebola epidemic programme in 2015.See website
Within the framework of the OPP-ERA project, Solthis received additional funding from the National Agency for Research on AIDS.See website
Under the Sidaction ‘Training' call for proposals, Solthis received support for its project to build the capacity of paramedics to better care for people with HIV/AIDS in the Dosso and Tillabéri regions in Niger. Notably, Sidaction funding helped to develop specific training on the doctor-patient relationship module and an educational board game ‘Tri-ARV pursuit' aimed at caregivers.See website
JM. Bruneau Foundation
The Fondation de France and the JM. Bruneau Foundation, under the aegis of the Fondation de France, supported Solthis in Sierra Leone as part of the continuity of care for people living with HIV in context of the Ebola epidemic programme in 2015.See website
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