OP, in collaboration with UK-Med and the FRRHH, have developed, to the Royal College of Edinburgh's education standards, an Introduction to Humanitarian Health Care Online Learning Course launched by the Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare , the Royal College of Surgeons


Our partner, DAI, on the FCDO funded Tackling Deadly Diseases in Africa programme has recently launched a project website, with all the latest news and information, which can be viewed at:   TDDA website


Is Covid 19 impacting on the way your organisation operates? Does the current impact look likely to change the way you work post pandemic?  We can help you strategise and design operating models that will work for you: Covid-19 (Coronavirus 19) and Remote Management of Operations

Covid-19 (Coronavirus 19) and Remote Management of Operations

In these extraordinary times organisations are having to rapidly change their approaches to managing operations both globally and at a field level. Headquarters are shut with staff working from home, staff are unable to work due to family commitments and travel is severely restricted. However the obligation to fulfil our mandates and deliver for our beneficiaries has not changed. How can organisations adapt and what can be put in place to make it easier to manage such scenarios in the future?

OP has significant experience of developing systems and process for these very situations and much of what we have developed can be found open source (Global Health Cluster, Relief International). While these examples are specific to ‘high risk conflict environments’ the principles and approaches behind them apply in this situation and should help. If, however, you would like specific advice and support please contact our Managing Director, Andrew Moore, at amoore@theoperationspartnership.com