Intensified multilateral cooperation on global public goods for health: three opportunities for collective action
In a new policy paper, we’ve examined the potential support for GPGs from four organizations that provide the most development assistance for health: Gavi, the Global Fund, World Bank, and World Health Organization. In light of the critical funding gap, and bilateral funding increasingly tied to foreign policy agendas, we found that these organizations are well-placed to deliver support for GPGs. Further, all four multilaterals want to step up their investments in GPGs, and could immediately intensify their cooperation in three areas.
We're proud to present the Donor Tracker's second Highlight Story of the year, which analyzes the priorities of donor countries on gender equality and women's empowerment, how much of their funding on development assistance goes toward this important topic, and in what specific ways.