SEEK developed a report on the global health architecture in the post-2015 era in collaboration with Chatham House. The report examines the fit-for-purpose of the global health system in light of emerging challenges in the post-2015 era and identifies priority areas for reform.
SEEK prepared this report, commissioned by Norad, to investigate the costs and benefits of education in terms of the impact it has on health outcomes. The report is particularly relevant in the post-2015 development environment that seeks to examine broader determinants of health. It finds that the returns on investing in education for girls are huge, for example in the correlated reduction in infant mortality.
SEEK contributed to this analysis of contemporary health challenges being faced since the adoption of the SDGs, and the health development funding that will be most effective in dealing with them. The report uses Sweden as a case study to make recommendations for reorienting health aid to best tackle global health challenges to 2030.