Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Poor infrastructure

Poor access to Health services

Shortage of Health workers

Counterfeit drugs

Poverty and Conflicts

Rapid Population growth

Current Scenario of Healthcare in the World

In 2020, the value of announced greenfield projects in the health sector declined by 39% in developing and transition economies and by 82% in least developed countries

The average domestic spending on health of lower income countries was only $34 per capita in 2018, about 4.4% of GDP, of which nearly 60% was out-of-pocket

The share of out-of-pocket spending in total health spending remained above 40% in low and lower middle-income countries

In 2018, global spending on health reached $8.3 trillion, or 10% of global GDP, and it was the first time in the past five years that health spending grew slower than GDP

In 2018, external aid for health was at $16.2 billion, which is around 0.2% of the total global spending

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