Working together with trusted partners, ICN is implementing several projects supported by funding external to our core budget and technical assistance from a variety of organisations and sectors. These projects:

  • Extend our capacity to deliver initiatives addressing the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Provide global platforms for ICN to synergise with other organisations to deliver access to specialised knowledge and research on key nursing and health topics
  • Support programmatic activity on today's critically important global health issues

Girl Child Education Fund (GCEF)

The GCEF supports the primary and secondary schooling of girls under the age of 18 in developing countries whose nurse parent or parents have died.

Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI)

The ICN Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) offers senior and strategic leadership development at the executive level for nurses from countries across all world regions.

Leadership For Change (LFC)

Established in 1995, the ICN LFC programme aims to prepare nurses with the leadership skills that are required to implement organisational change for the purpose of improving nursing practice and achieving better health outcomes.

Lesotho Organisational Development Project (ODP)

For over 10 years, the Lesotho Nurses Association (LNA), Vårdförbundet and ICN have worked together to implement the Lesotho Wellness Centre project thanks to the funding from the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) through Union to Union.

Nursing Policy Leadership Programme

The International Council of Nurses (ICN) has launched an exciting new initiative on strategic leadership: short, effective, local programmes to develop established and emerging nurse leaders in hospi(...)

TB/MDR-TB project

More than 3.5 million people with tuberculosis go undiagnosed and untreated each year. Many of those missed will either die or be placed on inappropriate treatment –many will not be treated and contin(...)

eHealth & ICNP

ICN believes that information and communication technology must be used, even exploited, in healthcare to bring scientific knowledge and well-informed practice to individuals, families and communities(...)