New and old global health actors: effectiveness vs. legitimacy?
WHO: An Organization Under Siege?
Clingendael "This paper discusses the legitimacy of the Global Fund, the GAVI Alliance and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It concludes that the norm-setting capacity of the WHO deserves strengthening. The legitimacy of global health is likely to benefit from a more interventionist perspective on global health, rather than a neoliberal perspective in which market forces will provide global health. Nevertheless, to date, the effectiveness of the delivery of global health benefits a lot from the newer forms of transnational governance and new funding that has emerged in this field."