Presentation on theme: "Model for the Analysis of InternationalCooperation Model for the Analysis of International Cooperation Dr. Carlos Arósquipa ERPPAHO/WHO."— Presentation transcript:
Model for the Analysis of InternationalCooperation Model for the Analysis of International Cooperation Dr. Carlos Arósquipa ERPPAHO/WHO
Growing Trend of Volume of Official Development Aid 1990 - 2010 0.33 0.22 0.28 0.35 Source: OECD database 0.33 Increase needed to meet current 2010 goals ODA como % del PBI Total ODA
Aid for Health by source 2007 Sources Health Cooperation Channels Government Sources 65.7% USD 14,322 Million Private Sources 26,7% USD 5,814 Million Debt Forgiveness 1,8% USD 398 Million Others and not classifiable 5,8% USD 1,253 Million Bilateral Agencies 34% USD 7,398 Million Development Banks 7,2% USD 1,575 Million UN Agencies 14% USD 3,059 Million European Commission 2.4% USD 521 Million Global Health Alliances 12,5% USD 2,718 Million Philanthropic Foundations 5,2% USD 1,143 Million NGOs 24,7% USD 5,375 Million International Cooperation in Health 100% USD 21,788 Million Fuente: Propia con datos del Health Metrics and Evaluation. University of Washington
Extraordinary growth of development cooperation for health at the international level Extraordinary growth of development cooperation for health at the international level Aid for Health Development (AHD) via aid channels. In billions of constant US$ 2008 Pan American Health Organization Taken from: Financing Global Health 2010: Development Assistance and Country Spending in Economic Uncertainty. Institute of Health Metric and Evaluation. University of Washington. 2010 2
There is also an increase in Latin America and the Caribbean but it loses relative weight in the global scenario Taken from: Financing Global Health 2010: Development Assistance and Country Spending in Economic Uncertainty. Institute of Health Metric and Evaluation. University of Washington. 2010 DAH por regiones del mundo en billones de dólares Pan American Health Organization
Grouping of Latin America and Caribbean countries World Bank – 2010 Low Income Low Middle Income Upper Middle Income High Income (US$995 or less) (US$996 - US$3,945)(US$3,946 - US$12,195) (US$12,196 or more) HaitiBelizeArgentinaMexicoBahamas BoliviaBrasilPanamaBarbados EcuadorChileSt. Kitts-NevisTrinidad & Tobago El SalvadorColombiaSt. LuciaTurks and Caicos GuatemalaCosta Rica St. Vincent & Grenadines GuyanaCubaSuriname HondurasDominicaUruguay Nicaragua Dominican Republic Venezuela ParaguayGrenadaPeru Jamaica
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