iDSI and Priority-Setting

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The International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) is a global network of health, policy, and economic expertise working to achieve universal health coverage. The initiative works with countries to support better decision-making on how public money for health can be spent more efficiently, effectively, equitably, and sustainably. This can help ensure fairer access to the right healthcare, treatment, and medicines at the right time. The iDSI secretariat is based at the Center for Global Development.

Since its establishment in 2013, iDSI has helped over 20 countries to set their own priorities for health spending. You can explore more of iDSI’s work on the special 10 years of iDSI project page.

You can also hear from our partners in the World Health Organization, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, and the ministries of health in India and Rwanda about the impact of iDSI on country health systems.