What You Should Know About Global Health Financing Transitions: Five Key Takeaways

Projected Health Financing Transitions: Timeline and Magnitude, a new working paper that was recently released, maps out an indicative timeline of transition through 2040 across five global health financing mechanisms, including Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Research findings from the paper show that:

  • By 2040, Gavi will see major transformations of its funding portfolios
  • Countries in the most fiscal jeopardy from anticipated transition are not those transitioning based on GDP per capita or disease burden, but instead those that are likely to be impacted by the near-term wind-down of GPEI and reallocations of PEPFAR financing

Based on this working paper, the author put together the top five key takeaways that countries preparing for transition should be aware of.

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