The effects of Global Fund financing on health governance in Brazil

  title={The effects of Global Fund financing on health governance in Brazil},
  author={Eduardo J G{\'o}mez and Rifat A. Atun},
  booktitle={Globalization and health},
OBJECTIVES The impact of donors, such as national government (bi-lateral), private sector, and individual financial (philanthropic) contributions, on domestic health policies of developing nations has been the subject of scholarly discourse. Little is known, however, about the impact of global financial initiatives, such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, on policies and health governance of countries receiving funding from such initiatives. METHODS This study… CONTINUE READING
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