Peter Graves | Canberra Times | 9 March 2018
Mark Rice | Courier Mail | 1 March 2018
Sue Packham | Canberra Times | 31 January 2018
Jo Chandler travelled to Nigeria on a media delegation organised by RESULTS. In a crowded square in the ancient Nigerian city of Kano, outside the palace of one of the Emir’s princelings, a menagerie of community leaders gathered this spring to combat an age-old foe.
Many low-income countries face significant challenges to their capacity to fund priority health areas in the next five years, according to a new report. The report, Progress in Peril? The changing landscape of global health financing, says in the next five years at least 24 low-income countries are facing a “transition” period when they will lose external financing, often from multiple sources, because their economies have grown.
Recently, the World Bank updated its thresholds for the different income groups by which countries are classified. The threshold for moving between low-income and lower-middle income status is now $US 1,005 per capita, while countries move to upper middle-income status at $US 3,956 per capita and high-income status at $US 12,236 per capita.
Peter Graves | Australian Financial Review | 3 September 2017
Kieran Harris | The Age | 24 August 2017
Peter Graves | Sunraysia Daily | 21 August 2017