Study Examines Malaria Spending, Shows Shortfall Based On WHO Target

Homeland Preparedness News: Study examines malaria spending shortage
“A landmark study maintains while 2016 global malaria spending totaled $4.3 billion, it fell short of the World Health Organization’s target goal of $6.6 billion. The University of Washington School of Medicine Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) analysis, published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, provides comprehensive and comparable estimates of total spending on the disease while tracking government, out-of-pocket, and donor spending…” (Clark, 4/30).

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