• All people should have access to health services without fear of falling into poverty.
  • Who Pays for Health? Trends in ODA for Health - AfGH Report 2015

EU leaders will miss a historic opportunity to keep their promises to the poor and end poverty (by committing to spending 0.7% of their Gross National Income (GNI) on development assistance and half of aid on Least Developed...[more]

Join Action for Global Health alongside The Global Health Council, CHESTRAD, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, and Stop AIDS Alliance, for a half day workshop to focus on global indicators,...[more]

Putting health at the forefront of the EU’s agenda is exactly what we aim to do during the European Year for Development 2015. This is the first ever European Year to focus on a global theme, and April is our month! Dedicated to...[more]

New figures released by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) show that the majority of European donors, including EU member states, are yet again failing to meet their aid commitments to those most in...[more]

This World Health Day, Action for Global Health (AfGH) has once again found that European donors are failing to reach health ODA targets, and have not been able to reach even half of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) minimum...[more]

Publications

Putting health at the forefront of the EU’s agenda is exactly what we aim to do during the European Year for Development 2015. This is the first ever European Year to focus on a global theme, and April is our month! Dedicated to...[more]

“Results or Rhetoric? – What you didn’t know about Europe’s aid for health”, shows Europe’s ODA in crisis and highlights the continuing decline in European aid for development.[more]

Making Universal Health Coverage a Reality