Financing for Health

WB-WHO letter to IAEG


Recommendations on Financing for Development: Building on the Zero Draft of the Third Financing for Development Conference

Civil society organisations' recommendations on Financing for Development as a blueprint for how best to finance the future Sustainable Development Goal for Health. We call on the EU and its Member States to address the...[more]


Health Financing: Unpacking trends in ODA for Health: CROSS-EUROPEAN ANALYSIS

In the run-up to the Third Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa in July 2015, European donors must play a leading role in the international debate on the future of development assistance. Ongoing negotiations...[more]


Action for Global Health’s advocacy report 2012

“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]


Unpacking trends in ODA for health: A Cross-European Analysis

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]


The IMF, the Global Crisis and Human Resources for Health: Still Constraining Policy Space

Action for Global Health in the UK, together with the Stop AIDS Campaign, has released a report on the impact of International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies on the human resources for health crisis in developing countries. It...[more]


The Financial Transaction Tax – A Vital Tool in Health Financing

European countries increasingly feel the impact of the financial and economic crisis, and face the pressure to consolidate rather than to expand their budgets. This leads to decreased Official Development Assistance (ODA) levels,...[more]


ODA 2011 figures from a different perspective

This presentation offers an in-depth analysis of the Official Development Assistance spending in 2011. Our analysis looks at the statistics produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) which...[more]


Aid Effectiveness: Progress and the status quo of democratic ownership and meaningful civil society participation in the health sector

Based on three country case studies in el salvador, mozambique and nepal and the review of wider literature, this report presents an overview of recent developments and the status quo of civil society participation in development...[more]


Aid Effectiveness for Health: Making Health Aid work better

AFGH 5th policy report. In the lead up to the 4th High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness taking place in Busan in December 2011, AfGH's fifth annual report assesses the implementation of the Paris Principles by the EU and its...[more]


Who Pays for Health? Trends in ODA for Health:

Our 2013 Official Development Assistance report reveals that European donor countries were continuing to evade aid commitments by failing to pay billions of Euros that should have been allocated to global health. The report found...[more]


Results or Rhetoric? – What you didn’t know about Europe’s aid for health

Key findings from the Action for Global Health Advocacy Report 2012: Results or Rhetoric? – What you didn’t know about Europe’s aid for health.[more]


Aid Effectiveness for Health: Making Health Aid work better

AFGH 5th policy report. In the lead up to the 4th High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness taking place in Busan in December 2011, AfGH's fifth annual report assesses the implementation of the Paris Principles by the EU and its...[more]