Monitoring Financial Flows for Health Research 2007 – Behind the Global Numbers

Global Forum for Health Research

September 06, 2007 by Prof. Sullivan in ICP Reports

In 1990, the Commission on Health Research for Development estimated that only about 5% of the world’s resources for health research (which totaled US$ 30 billion in 1986) were being applied to the health problems of developing countries, where 93% of the world’s burden of “preventable mortality” occurred. Some years later, the term “10/90 gap” was coined to capture this major imbalance between the magnitude of the problem and the resources devoted to addressing it.

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