Government health expenditures as source and development assistance for health to government and non-governmental agents by region (Developing countries), 1995-2006

Public financing of health plays bigger role than development assistance for health

Spending by developing countries on health more than doubled over 12 years to reach more than $200 billion in 2006. 
In this data visualization, you can see the relationship between development assistance for health and domestic health spending. Because the WHO and IMF datasets are different for certain countries, we present the results from both. 
The estimates on health spending are from research published in The Lancet in April 2010. 
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