USAID Highlights Non-Traditional Funding Tools To Finance Global Health Programs

USAID/Medium: 8 Ways USAID Drives Investments in Global Health
In this post, Bea Spadacini, senior communications adviser, and Leeza Kondos, data scientist, both in the Bureau for Global Health, highlight “the [changing] ways in which USAID and other donors finance global health programs in developing countries … Here are examples of how we’re using non-traditional funding tools that capitalize on investor interest. Development Impact Bond … Loan Guarantees … Co-funding/Global Development Alliance … Debt Swaps … Pooled Investment Fund … Social Insurance … Seed Funding/Flexible Grant Capital … Milestone-Based Payments … (11/30).

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