Fund a Bursary

Help relief, development and mission workers who cannot afford the costs of our services & training, but who desperately need access to medical care, essential training, and psychological health support in order to continue their work effectively.

The health of one individual can affect the entire success of a project. Help to support projects that make a difference by supporting the health and wellbeing of the people that make them happen!

Our bursary fund offers a limited numbers of bursaries to provide financial support to cover the cost of clinical services and providing training scholarships. This is a limited bursary fund therefore applications are considered on basis of need.

How is our bursary funded?

This fund is created by assigning a percentage of InterHealth’s annual surplus to the Bursary Fund. We also rely on donors to support us to provide more of our services and training to those who need it.

Who can apply for a bursary?

Our bursary is primarily to support those with limited funding who would otherwise not be able to afford clinical services or unable to join us on our training courses. This includes:

  • Emerging, small and new relief, development and mission organisations
  • Independent individuals who are relief, development or mission workers
  • Poorly resourced local NGO’s

How you apply for a bursary?

To apply for training bursary fund please complete the bursary fund application and return to [email protected]. This is only available for courses delivered in East Africa. 

To seek a bursary for our clinical services please email your request to [email protected] or make a request to a clinician during an appointment.

What does a bursary cover?

A bursary will cover a percentage of the clinical service or course fee with a request that a contribution is made by the individual or NGO.  

For training scholarships please be aware that bursaries do not cover transport or accommodation.

Further information

For further information on the bursary fund please email [email protected] or call +44 (0) 20 7902 9000


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