The proportion of health expenditure in developing countries is well below the target 15% (of a Government budget).When these expenditures are measured against Total Population, the per capita Health Sector Spending in Developing Countries is Below the World Health Organization standard of US$ 60 per capita. Furthermore, the expenditures are characterized by high out of pocket expenditure and donor support. Donor support accounts for about 20% of Total Healthcare expenditure in Africa which amounts to more than US$ 10 Billion per annum. These funds are mainly channeled through Not for Profit Organisation.
Universal Health2030 believes the health care financing landscape is mature for more innovative ways of attracting new investments whose returns can be aligned with priority health outcomes or outputs.