Global Health Market Intelligence at a Click
Market Bookshelf, created by the William Davidson Institute, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Coalition, is an easy-to-navigate place where health market knowledge can be aggregated and disseminated. It’s also an effort to change the paradigm and, to encourage more proactive sharing of data analyses and market knowledge which have been generated as a result of donor spending.
The new knowledge platform currently features over hundreds of documents that are indexed by content area, health area, geography, document type, and year.
Market Bookshelf is updated continually with new articles, reports and tools, and covers a broad range of health areas, including malaria, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, contraception, neonatal and child health, maternal health, tuberculosis & other communicable diseases, immunization and non-communicable diseases. The site ensures that project reports and findings can be accessed long after the projects themselves have closed.
How does it work?
At a glance
- One stop destination
- Recognition of the public good of market knowledge
- Up-to-date, easily searchable & downloadable collection of documents