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Stafforce Recruitment has been recruiting the right people for the right jobs for over 30 years and is proud to be the main corporate sponsor for PHASE Worldwide. Since the 2015 earthquakes, Stafforce have been creating a fantastic artwork canvas to help raise funds for the PHASE Earthquake Appeal.
DFID is the UK Government Department responsible for promoting development and the reduction of poverty. In 2013 PHASE was awarded a Global Poverty Action Fund Grant through DFID.
The Innocent Foundation supports charities across the world to enable them to tackle hunger, malnutrition and low levels of health. They will be partnering with PHASE until July 2018 through training 900 female farmers and teaching new mothers about child health.
People for Research have been recruiting participants for paid research opportunities across the UK for nearly 25 years, and work in partnership with UX, digital branding, and clients to source participants for a diverse range of studies. They financially support Indra, one of our highly-experienced nurses.
Jagged Globe is our official trekking partner. They run treks in the Tsum Valley of the Gorkha district, where PHASE works with many villages – offering you the opportunity to visit some of our projects.
PHASE was the nominated charity for the YIBC in 2014 – over 600 delegates from the business sector attended and were inspired by world class speakers. For the last two years PHASE Patron Rosie Swale Pope has spoken at the convention.
Hewlett Packard supports PHASE through their Living Progress project.
THET is a specialist global health organisation that educates, trains and supports health workers through global health partnerships, strengthening health systems and enabling people in low and middle income countries to access essential healthcare. They work with PHASE on our cervical cancer programme.
Founded in 1905, the University of Sheffield is one of the UK’s leading Russell Group universities with an outstanding record in both teaching and research. PHASE has a number of research links with the University which you can read about in our Knowledge Centre.
St. James’s Place Foundation has supported our hygiene and sanitation work in Sindulpalchok and Humla since 2011.
EMIS Health provides clinical software for primary healthcare and supported the initial development of our electronic medical recording system for remote regions.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
encourages the study and advancement of the science and practice of obstetrics and gynaecology. The College supports the PHASE cervical cancer programme.
The Rotherham NHS hosts a volunteering programme where midwives from Rotherham hospital travel to Nepal once a year to support the training of PHASE staff.
The Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust supports our Cervical Cancer programme in Nepal, which enables Nepalese nurses and doctors to gain essential skills in the screening and prevention of cervical cancer.
The British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology was founded in 1972 for all medical professionals interested in the discussion and debate of cervical cancer. They support the work that PHASE carries out that enables doctors and nurses in Nepal to learn how to screen and prevent cervical cancer.
The British Medical Association is the trade union for doctors in the UK. It has provided support to doctors and represented them for over 175 years.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is the professional membership body for family doctors in the UK. They are committed to the improvement of patient care, clinical standards and GP training.
Global Giving supports grassroots non-profit organisations through their online fundraising platform, offering training and learning opportunities for charities’ staff, and through promoting organisations to corporate partners and interested volunteers.
The Exo Foundation was established by Exo Travel in 2011 – the foundation is an independent NGO whose vision is to develop responsible tourism which benefits local communities, preserves their heritage and enables poverty alleviation.
Giving Women is a Geneva-based network of women involved in philanthropy. Its aim is to share ideas, knowledge and resources to support projects dedicated to women or founded by women.
Globe Med aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty.
Where There Be Dragons programs are authentic, rugged and profound learning adventures that expose the beautiful and complex realities of the countries in which we travel.
CDP Plant offer Recycling solutions large and small from EMS Plus Mobile screening equipment from McCloskey International and Keestrack and support PHASE with a monthly donation.
Craftmandu supply all our Nepali handicrafts.


The following are also sponsors of PHASE: Open Gate Foundation, City of Vienna, Austria, Just Trust, Phillip Henman Trust, Isle of Axholme Lions Club, Kidasha (formerly the Child Welfare Scheme), The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, Austin Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation, Gillian Banks Theater School, Rotherham Titans Rugby Club, The Evan Cornish Foundation, The Allan and Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust, Rainforest Graphics, United Office Products, The Funding NetworkThe Herrod Foundation, the British and Foreign School Society, the Burdett Trust for Nursing, and the Rotary Club of Windermere.




SWIDN – the South West and South Wales International Development Network – is a network of organisations, professionals and individuals involved in and passionate about international development.
Bond was established in 1993 as a membership network for UK organisations that either work in international development or support others to do so by providing training, funding and research – Bond now has over 440 members.


Charity Partners


Her Turn’s mission is to empower girls and equip them with skills and knowledge that allow them to create their own safe and healthy futures. We do so by delivering culturally sensitive, girl-centered services that advance girls’ safety, confidence, and leadership skills.
Nick Simons Institute is a Nepal-based organisation whose mission is to train and support competent health care workers for rural Nepal.
NNCTR is dedicated to build capacity for cancer treatment and research in Nepal.
Social Welfare Association of Nepal (SWAN) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in 1994, as an initiation by a small group of individuals, who believe in the concept of self-reliant development.
LED aims to provide simple, mobile, cost effective solar lighting to families and schools in the remote mountainous villages of Peru and Nepal.
Samdo Avenir contribute to the educational, health and economic Nepalese village communities.
Doctors for Nepal enables impoverished students to work as doctors in isolated rural areas of Nepal. They provide scholarships, laptops and text books to students, and support healthcare projects in rural places.