Populations in developing countries are set to rise and, at the same time, their health needs will change. Health markets must adapt with them and find new, sustainable models to meet this increased and different demand.
Governments in emerging economies are increasingly investing their own money in health care systems. Data from the Global Fund, for example, shows low-income countries increased their domestic investment in HIV, tuberculosis and malaria treatment, and the general health sector by 47 percent for 2015-2017, compared to the previous three years. In the same period, low-to-middle-income countries increased spending by 80 percent.