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Why has development assistance for health been so much greater than that for education?

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Friday, March 1, 2024, 11:00 a.m. - 11:55 a.m. ET
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Add to Calendar 15 jhu-bsph-288241 Why has development assistance for health been so much greater than that for education?

We invite you to join the upcoming sessions of the working paper series on health policy analysis in low and middle-income countries. Each webinar will begin with a 10 to 15-minute presentation by the speaker, followed by 30 minutes of open discussion in response to the presentation.



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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2024-03-01 16:00 2024-03-01 16:55 UTC use-title Location Zoom

We invite you to join the upcoming sessions of the working paper series on health policy analysis in low and middle-income countries. Each webinar will begin with a 10 to 15-minute presentation by the speaker, followed by 30 minutes of open discussion in response to the presentation.

Clio Dintilhac

Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Today health ODA is 60% larger than education ODA. This difference is striking since in the early 2000s both sectors were at the same level.  This most similar system design study explores potential explanations for this puzzle and argues these different trajectories are not explained by the structure of the issues, but by the strategic choices of actors.

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