Our Mission

The Center for Policy Impact in Global Health, based at the Duke Global Health Institute, is an innovative policy lab that addresses critical challenges in financing and delivering global health.

Our analytic work and policy dialogue/engagement aims to address three important gaps in global health financing:

  • A gap in financing crucial but neglected “global functions” that benefit the poor
  • A “middle income gap” that can arise when countries graduate from development assistance for health­
  • A domestic health financing gap in low-income countries and middle-income countries.

 

Our Work
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Projects & Papers

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Enhancing domestic revenues: constraints and opportunities
Project Overview Publications Project Overview Enhancing...
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Donor transitions from HIV programs: What is the impact on vulnerable populations?
Over the past several months the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health has been working in partn...
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Stories From Africa Seminar Series
Our center received a grant from the Duke Africa Initiative to establish a cross-cutti
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Financing of international collective action for epidemic and pandemic preparedness
Read our article on "Financing of international collective action for epidemic and pandemic prepared...
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Policy Blog

Measuring the gap between ability and effort in domestic revenue mobilization
April 30, 2019
This blog was first published in Brookings Future Development Blog. The authors, Ipchita Bharali and Indermit Gill have authored a policy brief and a report "Enhancing domestic revenues: con
A Roadmap for Ending the Moral Catastrophe of TB
March 25, 2019
This Op-Ed was first published in GLOBAL HEALTH NOW of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Op-Ed focuses on the release of the report by the Lancet Commission on Tuberculosi...
Is trade with India changing Africa’s health care landscape?
March 5, 2019
This blog was first published in Brookings Future Development Blog and is part of an ongoing series of blogs based on the Stories from Africa Seminar Series that concluded i...