Unity in Health works in partnership with a wide range of both governmental and charitable bodies, including training institutions, health service providers, and non-profitable organisations advocating for the needs of patients and those who formally and informally offer care and support.


Burdett Trust for Nursing

Founded in 2002, the Burdett Trust for Nursing is a leading independent charitable trust dedicated to supporting nursing-led projects in the UK and abroad, using its funds to empower nurses and make significant improvements to the patient care environment.

Gecko Sri Lanka

Created by a dynamic group of second generation Sri Lankans following the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, Gecko Sri Lanka is an energetic, vibrant organisation committed to supporting a wide range of projects not only in Sri Lanka but across the South Asian region.

Sri Lanka:

The Lanka Alzheimer’s Foundation (LAF)

Created in 2001, LAF is one of Sri Lanka’s most active and vigorous advocates for those affected by dementia.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

The NIMH is one of Sri Lankan’s oldest psychiatric care facilities, being the centre of excellence for mental health care in the country.


Samutthāna is the Sri Lankan branch of the King’s College London Resource Centre for Trauma, Displacement and Mental Health.
This dynamic partner provides training and support for organisations and individuals responding to psychosocial needs of those who have experienced trauma in Sri Lanka.

Palliative Care Association of Sri Lanka

A branch of the Sri Lankan Medical Association and one of the country’s newest associations, PCAL strives to improve standards of palliative care across the island.


Koshish – National Mental Health Self-help Organisation

Koshish is a Nepalese based NGO with a mission of providing community-based mental health and psychosocial support for people affected by mental disorders, and advocating for improved mental health related laws and policies in Nepal.