An innovative public-private partnership that improves access to health for the poorest women and children of the Mesoamerican countries by supporting their governments. The effectiveness and success of this initiative is based on results-based financing, innovation, measurement of indicators and learning and continuous improvement.
The gaps between the needs of the population and the resources available for health are increasing. Red CRITERIA is a knowledge network that supports Latin American and Caribbean countries to decide, in a more equitable and efficient way, which health services and technologies to finance with public resources.
Some countries spend up to 4% of their health budget on medicines. DIME is a web platform with comparative information on prices, coverage, supply/availability and rational use of medicines with high financial impact in countries in the Americas that supports governments in the decision-making process.
How do governments ensure that children have regular medical check-ups? Explore this platform that provides up-to-date information on conditional cash transfer programs that have been implemented in the past 20 years in countries in the region.
One in four Latin American and Caribbean inhabitants will be 50 years of age or older by the year 2050. This platform informs about the health conditions and long-term care of older adults to design public policies based on empirical evidence.