Article Examines Global Health Funding Allocation Methodologies

Health Affairs: How A New Funding Model Will Shift Allocations From The Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, And Malaria
Victoria Fan, Amanda Glassman, and Rachel Silverman of the Center for Global Development “present a typology of three [funding] allocation methodologies to align [global health program] allocations with priorities” and “apply our typology to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. … We conclude with recommendations for the Global Fund and other global health donors to further develop their allocation methodologies and processes to improve efficiency and transparency” (November 2014).

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