Chatham House research on access to health includes work on global health security, governance and architecture; the role of the World Health Organization; and development assistance for health and disease threats.

Our research examines areas such as universal health care, and the challenges facing development assistance for health (DAH) following the economic downturn and the rise not only of non-communicable diseases, but also many middle-income countries.

The work considers issues such as effective and efficient data sharing across national boundaries to prevent the spread of disease, better collaboration globally on healthcare provision, and future priorities for global health.

A major programmatic focus of this work for Chatham House is carried out by the Centre on Global Health and Security and its projects.

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