-- A report from the Center for Global Development Working Group on Value for Money in Global Health. --
Imagine you work for a global health funding agency that supports programs to combat malaria in a rural African community. Each year, you exhaust your budget on bed nets and medication. Still, you're only able to deliver these lifesaving commodities to half the people in need, leaving the other half vulnerable to the deadly disease. With no additional funds available, how would you stretch your resources to save more lives?
With modest changes, global health funders could redirect hundreds of millions of dollars to save even more lives than they save now.
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