The resourcing – or lack of it – for global health is an ongoing and increasingly urgent concern. There has been a steady decline in overseas development assistance (ODA) for health over a number of years and, even within this shrinking pot, spending is often far from reflective of the global burden of disease: lessContinue reading “Webinar – Resourcing for health in the Covid-19 era: maximising bang for buck”
This event has now taken place: you can read our report of it here and it is available to watch at https://bit.ly/resourcingforhealth.
September is always a time of change, as summer ends and the new academic year begins. This year it also coincides with the merger of two of the UK’s government departments: the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have combined to create the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).