Financing

Civil society placed at the heart of health accountability efforts

Subtitle CSO side events on accountability of Global Health in the new Sustainable Development Goals and new Monitoring & Accountability Frameworks Civil society must be placed at the heart of accountability efforts in order...[more]


HEALTH FINANCING: UNPACKING TRENDS IN ODA FOR HEALTH

Join us for a free webinar September 02,  16:00-17:00 CET Every dollar invested in health returns $9 in middle-income countries and $20 in low-income countries. Delivering on international and domestic funding commitments...[more]


Beyond 2015: Financing Equitable Access to Health

On the occasion of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, AfGH is participating at an event with key stakeholders discussing financing equitable access to health. The last fifteen years of the...[more]


Europe's Biggest Economies Continue to Deny Aid to the World's Poorest, Despite 2015 Deadline

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]


Health Financing: Unpacking Trends in ODA for Health- Cross-European Analysis

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]


The Sustainable Development Solutions Network

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]


European Civil Society Statement in advance of ECOFIN signed by more than 1000 organisations and trade unions from 11 European countries representing more than 50 million European citizens.

Action for Global Health, alongside over 1000 CSO Networks and Organisations, Trade Union Federations, and European FTT Coalitions representing more than 50 million European citizens, is calling for the urgent promotion of the...[more]


'Aid for Trade vs Aid for Lives: Health Financing and the Rise of Phantom Aid

Action for Global Health has written an article on health financing for the Center for Global Health and Diplomacy. The publication entitled 'The Future of the Global Health Architecture' accompanied our participation in a high...[more]


Worrying trends in aid spending: New analysis on 2011 ODA figures

Today Action for Global Health published an in-depth analysis of the Official Development Assistance spending in 2011. Our analysis looks at the statistics produced last month by the Organisation for Economic...[more]


Europe's real aid for health

The 16th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa - ICASA 2011, the Africa's largest conference on HIV/AIDS, which took place in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) from the 4th to the 8th of December 2011, brought together more...[more]


Busan Outcome Document agreed and signed: what’s next?

Busan, 2nd December 2011: The 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4) resulted in countries’ agreement on the launch of new ‘Global Partnership for Development’, a new global governance framework which will move the...[more]


Development partners should learn from best aid effectiveness practices in health sector

Action for Global Health policy statement on the Busan High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness [more]


Increasing democratic ownership, improving health outcomes: IHP+ as a case study

Action for Global Health contributed to development of Busan Health Working Group e-poster "Increasing democratic ownership, improving health outcomes: IHP+ as a case study". The poster will be presented at Knowledge...[more]


The road to Busan: making health aid work better

Latest OECD figures show mixed performance by EU donors on official development assistance targets as AfGH new report calls on Europe to do much more to aid the health sector.[more]