[Comment] The complexity of resource allocation for health
In The Lancet Global Health, Stephen Resch and colleagues' study benchmarks 12 countries' government expenditure on HIV/...
In The Lancet Global Health, Stephen Resch and colleagues' study benchmarks 12 countries' government expenditure on HIV/AIDS.1 This important research emphasises that many governments are not meeting spending goals, and in many countries the financing gaps are so great that, even if they met the spending goals, expenditure would still fall short of what is needed (expenditure would cover only 64% of estimated future funding requirements, leaving a gap of around a third of the total US$7·9 billion needed).
- IHP+ monitoring results: Comoros and Pakistan
How effective is development cooperation in health?
- Health Policy Action Fund projects completed
CSO health policy engagement projects for 2016.
- Thailand, South Africa and the Rockefeller Foundation give fresh support to UHC2030
Commitments to join UHC2030