The Obama administration in the United States, the Cameron government in the United Kingdom, and other donors talk almost daily about developing countries owning and directing their health programs. But are donors ready to do so? And what would that look like?
In an article in The Lancet, Rosann Wisman, John Heller, and Peggy Clark identify seven key factors in improving country-ownership, and thue impact, of health programs. Their findings draw upon experience including Synergos’ efforts in Namibia.
Read full article in The Lancet (free registration required).