Health Economics & Outcome Research: Open Access

ISSN - 2471-268X

Muhammad Abdulaziz Muhammad

Department of Economics Bayero University Kano, Nigeria


  • Research   
    Health aid and Health Outcomes in Nigeria: The Role of Governance
    Author(s): Muhammad Abdulaziz Muhammad* and Maryam Ahmad

    The move towards financing of health and education to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), agreed in September 2000 at the UN Millennium Summit in New York, became the new global priority. The uncertainty of whether an aid will deliver results brought about the current strategy of disbursing funds directly to governments in LDCs. The goals behind foreign aid has undergone something of a shift, in its quantities and the way it is spent, since early 2000s. This study examine whether foreign aid for health affects the health outcomes in Nigeria and whether other factors, such as the level of transparency of the institutions, are important determinants of health outcomes in the Country. The study used ARDL econometric model to assess the said pattern of relationship and roles. The study findings indicated that foreign aid for health improve health outcomes in Nigeria in both shor.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2471-268X.21.7.171

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