• 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 2013

Action for Global Health's 2014 cross-European analysis on trends in ODA for health reveals that European donor countries are yet again evading aid commitments by failing to pay billions of Euros that should have been allocated...[more]

Action for Global Health (AfGH) and the Global Health Council (GHC) welcome the opportunity to comment on the SDSN report on Financing Sustainable Development. We acknowledge the reference to the success of the health-related...[more]

Action for Global Health welcomes the EU’s transformative post-2015 agenda and the new Council Conclusions, adopted in December. In particular, the re-emphasis on the importance of having an ambitious agenda that leaves no-one...[more]

The Sustainable Development Solutions Network has launched a draft report entitled “Financing Sustainable Development: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Effective Investments Strategies and...[more]

Next year will be the conclusion of a global process that will set the new post-2015 agenda. Global participation in the discussions to set the post-2015 agenda have been unprecedented. People and their organizations in all parts...[more]

Publications

Our 2014 cross-European analysis on trends in ODA for health reveals that European donor countries are yet again evading aid commitments by failing to pay billions of Euros that should have been allocated to global health. The...[more]

AfGH UK welcome the opportunity to input into the Committee's inquiry into DFID's support for health system strengthening (HSS). We view this inquiry as a crucial opportunity to promote greater focus on health systems in DFID's...[more]

AfGH is seeking to better understand the similarities and differences between the post-2015 positions of the European member states, both in relation to the strength of health as a priority for them and their understanding of how...[more]

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