Angela E. Micah

Angela Esi Micah, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. In this role, she co-leads the Development Assistance for Health resource tracking team, which produces global estimates of resource flows from high-income countries to low and middle-income countries aimed at the maintenance and improvement of health. Dr. Micah's research focuses on tracking development assistance for health and evaluating health financing policies in low and middle-income countries. Micah holds a PhD in global health management and policy with specialization in health economics from Tulane University's School of Public Health, an MA in international and development economics from Yale University and a BA in economics from Oberlin College. She is an alumnus of the World Bank Africa Fellowship Program. 


The Steep Price of Education in Africa

Education is unaffordable for many families in low- and middle-income countries


Health-Systems Strengthening in the Age of COVID-19

As the pandemic stresses many health-systems to their breaking point, it’s more important than ever to bolster them now


Which Governments Prioritize Health Spending?

As COVID-19 causes simultaneous health and economic crises worldwide, it's an opportunity to evaluate health spending


Funding Pandemic Preparedness: A Global Public Good

Pandemics in a globalized world require global responses. We must be better equipped and funded.