Category Archives: Health finance

The Uncounted: Video interview

Short video on The Uncounted, Politics of Data in Global Health. Continue reading

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The Global Fund, Governance and Public Health

Recording of the June 2019 webinar Continue reading

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Reach the Last Mile First: High-Level Panel on Universal Health Coverage

High level panel on lessons from the Global Fund for the shift to Universal Health Coverage. Continue reading

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Funding community-led HIV responses: we’re not there yet

A recent UNAIDS report finds that global investment in community responses has declined. Continue reading

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Data, priorities and global health

An update on The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Debates over best use of global funds

Steadily growing rates of HIV infection in Eastern Europe and Central Asia were at the heart of a debate roiling health aid at AIDS 2018. Continue reading

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Key populations: Lost in the data desert

Out of 58 upper-middle-income countries, 17 are data deserts with no HIV data for key populations. Continue reading

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Changes to the Global Fund Eligibility Policy: An overview

An overview for civil society on proposed changes to the Global Fund’s eligibility policy. Continue reading

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In the global HIV response, data invisibility for hidden populations fuels inequality – now some hidden populations are fighting back.  Continue reading

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Aid eligibility in a mobile, high-velocity world

Why are we still allocating funds for health to precisely those national governments who fail to care for or dedicate funding to those who need it? Continue reading

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