Africa: Public Financing for Health in Africa – When 15 Percent of an Elephant Is Not 15 Percent of a Chicken

[Africa Renewal] When African Union member states met in Abuja, Nigeria, in April 2001, they committed to allocating 15% of their government budgets to health. Why? Because more resources were required to address the pressing health challenges of the day, including HIV and AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.Read the Original Article