Making the case for healthcare aid

Less generous governments

Since the turn of the millennium, governments in rich countries like the US, the UK and Germany hugely have been sending considerably more money to developing countries to pay for health care.

But with the changing political landscape in 2018 the commitment to aid is waning, and NGOs are worried that health care for the most disadvantaged people in the world will suffer.

How many lives has health aid saved?

This is the question that we set out to answer by analysing data on deaths from diseases like malaria, HIV/AIDs and TB. Our models evaluated the effect of aid alongside the effect of other health initiatives.

The analysis fed into a report written by One which detailed the successes from aid using the findings of our research as well as other facts and figures.

It is intended for politicians and civil servants and argues that they should renew their commitments to international health care.

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