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Muskoka2 is an automated algorithm especially developed to generate disaggregated estimates of aid for reproductive, maternal and newborn, and child health at the global, donor, and recipient-country levels. This research applies Muskoka2 to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's Creditor Reporting System (CRS) aid activities database to generate estimates of RMNCH disbursements between 2002–2017. The research analyses funding by the 20 largest donors, by recipient-country income group, and by recipients of the 16 countries with the greatest RMNCH needs. It concludes that low- and middle-income countries still experience substantial funding gaps and threats to future funding. In addition, maternal and newborn health receives considerably less funding than reproductive health or child health. This research can help implementers allocate funding and assist donors to decide what areas need the most funding.
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An evidence map reviewing Social, Behavioral, Community Engagement (SBCE) interv...
by International Initia... 30 min read