U.S. Chamber of Commerce September 17, 2023

The Chamber commissioned a white paper on the barriers to unlocking innovative financing for UHC more effectively, and how to foster better collaboration among national governments, international development agencies, and the private sector. It is our hope that after reading this report, policymakers and development agencies will understand how to better crowd-in, leverage and enable the private sector.

Achievement of the 2030 UHC targets rests in whether policymakers, donors and the private sector are willing to collectively work together to finance the additionality of resources needed to fill the $176 billion gap, whether through cash or in kind. Innovative finance will likely not be the only solution to this problem, but attempting to overcome its barriers remains an important step...

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