Financing Global Health 2019: Tracking Health Spending in a Time of Crisis
August 25, 2020
This edition of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s annual Financing Global Health report, the 11th in the series, provides up-to-date estimates of domestic spending on health, development assistance for health, spending for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, as well as projections of future health spending. Our health spending tracking and estimates show patterns between income groups and regions over time, highlight variations in how much each country spends on health, and identify where more resources are needed most.
Angela Apeagyei (Micah), Joseph Dieleman, Christopher J.L. Murray, Yanfang Su, Steve Bachmeier, Abby Chapin, Ian Cogswell, Sawyer Crosby, Brandon Cunningham, Anton Harle, Emilie Maddison, Modhurima Moitra, Maitreyi Sahu, Matthew Schneider, Kyle Simpson, Hayley Stutzman, Golsum Tsakalos, Rahul Zende, Bianca Zlavog, Lalit Dandona, Rakhi Dandona, Nancy Fullman, Simon Hay, Nathaniel Henry, Spencer James, Rafael Lozano, Ali Mokdad, Jon Mosser, Joshua Salomon, Raven Travillian, Theo Vos