Contributes to achieving universal healthcare, disease elimination, and SDG goals
Reduces morbidity and mortality from preventable causes
Necessary platform for reaching disease elimination targets (e.g., HIV 90-90-90)
Reducing the risk of catastrophic pandemics e.g. Ebola
Reduces strain on often overburdened health facilities
Generates high economic returns and near-term cost savings
There is a 10:1 Return on Investment due to productivity, insurance and employment benefits
There are short term cost savings and higher value for money when compared to facility based care for certain services, including vaccinations, neonatal care, family planning, malaria, malnutrition, HIV/AIDs and tuberculosis
Deliver further benefits to society
Increased household incomes through employment created, can be used in other sectors
Can empower women, through the economic opportunities
May be critical to reach vulnerable, unserved, primarily low-income populations
Facilitate vital registrations and tracking of health statistics and promotes strong community participation
The Financing Alliance for Health is a fiscally sponsored program of Capital for Good USA, a 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations to Capital for Good USA are tax deductible to the extent provided by applicable law.
All funds received by Capital for Good USA for the Financing Alliance for Health are the property of Capital for Good USA, which allocates the funds internally for use in connection with the purposes of the Financing Alliance for Health. Contributions are subject to the control and discretion of Capital for Good USA, and the Project Manager may make recommendations for the use of funds.