The input-outcome conundrum in global health

Amanda Glassman on the evolution of the donor-recipient relationship

How has the relationship between aid donors and recipients evolved over the years in delivering health services in developing nations?

This is among the questions Devex Editor Rolf Rosenkranz asked Amanda Glassman, director for global health policy and senior fellow at Washington, D.C.-based think tank Center for Global Development, in this video interview.

Click on the video above to learn more insights from Glassman about how the donor-recipient nexus can be better approached to deliver more value for money, and how to create incentives to accomplish that goal.

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