In a recent Chatham House working group paper, Gorik Ooms (ITM) & Rachel Hammonds (ITM) explored whether a Global Fund for Health is a realistic option in the medium/long term, both from the perspective of so called “donor” and “partner” countries. Isidore Sieleunou had an interview with the first author. Gorik zooms in on some of the key messages, political trade-offs involved and implications. [Read More]
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