CGD Working Paper Examines Global Health Financing Transitions

Center for Global Development: What You Should Know About Global Health Financing Transitions: Five Key Takeaways
Rachel Silverman, senior policy analyst and assistant director of global health policy at CGD, discusses her new working paper, Projected Health Financing Transitions: Timeline and Magnitude, in which she “project[s] the timing and fiscal impact of anticipated global health transitions through 2040,” drawing on “the explicit or implicit eligibility policies for five global health funding mechanisms” — Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria; the World Bank International Development Association; the Global Polio Eradication Initiative; and PEPFAR. In the blog post, she outlines her five most important takeaways (7/12).

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