Development assistance for health by channel of assistance (Global), 1990-2010

NGOs, Global Fund become more important players in development assistance for health

Track the changing trends in development assistance for health from 1990 to 2010. You can see how traditional global health players, such as the United Nations agencies, once dominated global health and now have been joined by new organizations, such as the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Country governments also have increased their development assistance for health over the past two decades. 
Data are presented as bubbles, columns, or lines. The animated trend is best viewed as a bar chart. On the left and at the bottom of the bar chart graph, you can click the arrow to choose “DAH 2008 US$ (Millions)”. Chose this for both. 
Tips for using this tool are provided under the “how to explore” tab below.

As part of our annual publication on global health financing, Financing Global Health 2011: Continued Growth as MDG Deadline Approaches, we have updated data included in this visualization.

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