Always the Bridesmaid…

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The following article was originally featured in the December 2018 issue of  The Medicine Maker magazine. The complete December 2018 issue of the magazine can be found here. You can download the PDF version of this article here ( Article_Always the Bridesmaid) Author: Gavin Yamey ( @GYamey) is the Director of the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health and a Professor of the Practice of Global Health and Public Policy at the Duke Global Health Institute.
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Development Assistance for Health: 4 Key Developments to Watch for in 2019

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2018 has been a year of many firsts that could help to mobilize global health financing and improve collaboration among global health actors.  Among these firsts, the Global Financing Facility’s (GFF) first replenishment, China’s establishment of its new aid agency, and a global action plan uniting the leading health multilateral agencies together for accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) stand out. 2019 is also shaping up to be a crucial year for global health development assistance. Here are the top things I’ll be watching in the coming year: Replenishment Mania GFF kicked off the health replenishment cycle in Norway last month with somewhat disappointing results: donors agreed to provide $1 billion to the GFF, achieving half of its target of $2 billion. More pledges may roll in after the…
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