by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), The University of Washington.
Financing Global Health 2013: Transition in an Age of Austerity, IHME’s fifth annual report on global health expenditure, depicts financing trends that underline the resilience of development assistance for health. This year’s updated estimates show that despite lackluster economic growth and fiscal cutbacks in many developed countries, total assistance remained steady, reaching an all-time high of $31.3 billion in 2013. While annual increases have leveled off since 2010, continued international funding is a sign of the international development community’s enduring support for global health. For full report please click the image to the right.
Response by Flavia Bustreo and Jane Thomason: IHME “Financing Global Health 2013” brings good news for Women and Children – but there is no time for complacency