• PGH’s 2013 Annual Review

    An annual review of PGH’s operational developments, operational achievements, institutional growth, and financial health.

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  • Business, Non-Profit & Development Leaders Endorse PGH

    Ariel Pablos-Mendez (USAID), Kathy Calvin (UNF), Anders Nordstrom (Sweden) & Ray Chambers (UN Special Envoy) discuss PGH in GHD

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  • PGH Infographic

    Learn how PGH works as an innovative financing partnership designed to increase the speed and efficiency of funding from international donors for health commodities.

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  • USAID & Sida announce new 5-year guarantee for PGH

    New guarantee enables PGH to access $100 million in financing to scale-up bridge financing operations

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  • Innovative financing partnership

    PGH leverages private sector funding to deliver value for money by removing the risks in the procurement process that lead to price premiums and emergency production.

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    Partners

    • ALMA
    • think-cell
    • packard
    • envoy for website
    • usaid
    • gfund
    • sweeden
    • unf
    • rhsc
  • Pledge Guarantee for Health (PGH) is

    an innovative financing partnership designed to increase the availability and predictability of funding from international donors for health commodities. Recipients are empowered to use donor committed funding in advance of disbursement, resulting in increased buying power, greater value, accelerated procurement and delivery, and, ultimately, more lives saved.
    • Health

      The ability to rapidly issue payment while awaiting donor disbursement avoids cash flow inefficiencies and overpricing, saving more lives faster.

    • Finance

      Recipients leverage greater negotiating power by removing risk for suppliers of essential commodities, reducing price premiums.

    • Procurement

      With control of procurement timing, recipients can avoid stock outs, rush orders and emergency delivery, which are costly and come at the expense of lives saved.