• Development Assistance for Health 1990 to 2016
  • Development Assistance for Health 1990 to 2010
  • Development Assistance for Health 1995 to 2014
  • Development Assistance for Health 1995 to 2006
  • Global Health Financing Trend Analysis of DAH
  • Development Assistance for Health for FBOs 1990 to 2013

Keywords

  • Public Health Financing
  • Public Health Expenditure
  • Government Expenditure for Health
  • Health Financing of
  • Development Countries
  • Development Assistance for Health
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Sustainable Health Programmes
  • Faith Based Organizations
  • FBO Funding
  • Non-Profit Organizations

Healthcare Financing and Expenditure Data Package

$1,229 $909 / YEAR

This data package contains estimates on Development Assistance for Health (DAH) and trends in international disbursements of grants and loans for health projects in low and middle-income countries from key agencies disaggregated by the funding agency, country and geographic region, and health focus area. 

Benefits
This data is useful researchers seeking to have a comprehensive analysis of trends in development assistance for health and international disbursements of grants and loans from key agencies by a funding agency, country/geographic region, and health focus area. This can be used for by officials and program managers for potential interventions, setting priority areas for action and evaluating progress; policymakers for policy use and development; development agencies aid in allocating resources and budget for development.
Specification
Update Frequency: Never
Data Complexity: Complex
Number of Datasets: 7
INCLUDED DATASETS
1. Development Assistance for Health 1995 to 2014 ($79)
2. Development Assistance for Health Database 1990 to 2016 ($395)
3. Development Assistance for Health Faith-Based Organizations 1990-2013 ($79)
4. Development Assistance for Health Recipient Level 1990 to 2010 ($199)
5. Global Expected Health Spending 2016 to 2040 ($79)
6. Global Public Health Financing 1995 to 2006 ($199)
7. Global Retrospective Health Spending 1995 to 2014 ($199)