New CGD Report Examines Next Generation Financing Models For Global Fund, Other Donors

The Center for Global Development published two blog posts related to the release of its new report, titled Aligning Incentives, Accelerating Impact. The report “addresses the how of next generation financing models — that is, the concrete steps needed to change the basis of payment from expenses to something else: outputs, outcomes, or impact,” and is the result of the Next Generation Financing Models in Global Health Working Group, co-chaired with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

CGD’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: To Defeat AIDS, TB, and Malaria, a New Generation of Financing Models
Rachel Silverman, senior policy analyst at CGD, discusses the report, including how “next generation financing models … offer an opportunity for the Global Fund to push forward its strategic interests and accelerate the impact of its investments…” (12/15).

CGD’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: Leveraging Nobel Prize Economics for Improved Global Fund Grant Performance
CGD Senior Fellow Mead Over discusses “Cash on Delivery” aid, or COD, and how this approach to foreign assistance figures in the new report (12/15).

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