The Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme operates independently and without undue influence from any funding organisation.
The TI-UK board has set out preliminary guidelines for the programme, such that no more than 50% of the funding should be received from any one sector (for example, the private sector or institutional donors), and no more than one-third should be received from any individual donor.
The pilot phase of the programme was funded by Savannah Wisdom, an independent charitable foundation, of which TI-UK’s board member Shalni Arora is a Trustee. To acknowledge the potential conflict of interest due to the relationship with a current funder to the programme, Shalni Arora is not currently a member of the TI-UK board’s Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme Committee.
The mapping corruption in healthcare project and concurrent development of this website was also funded by Savannah Wisdom.
The programme is now seeking funding from other sources as it moves beyond the pilot stage. The current donors to the programme are: