[Ip-health] WHO donors in 2015 (US, UK, Gates Foundation, GAVI Alliance, National Philanthropic Trust): Setting the agenda for global public health?

Thiru Balasubramaniam thiru at keionline.org
Mon May 16 23:10:08 PDT 2016


WHO donors in 2015 (US, UK, Gates Foundation, GAVI Alliance, National
Philanthropic Trust): Setting the agenda for global public health?

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Submitted by thiru <http://keionline.org/user/6> on 14. May 2016 - 10:43

In the run up to the 69th World Health Assembly, to be convened in Geneva
from 23 May 2016 to 28 May 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) has
prepared a document (A69/INF./3, 13 May 2016) entitled Voluntary
contributions by fund and by contributor, 2015
<http://apps.who.int/gb/ebwha/pdf_files/WHA69/A69_INF3-en.pdf>. Total
voluntary contributions to WHO in 2015 amounted to $1,836,970,206 which
represented a dip from the 2014 figure of $2,001,13,247.

Here is a non-exhaustive list detailing the sources of voluntary
contributions to WHO and the size of their respective contributions in 2015.

United States of America: $305,744,839
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: $195,678,335
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: $185,272,525
GAVI Alliance: $126,421,673
National Philanthropic Trust: $86,252,168
Nigeria: $67,610,799
Rotary International: $56,302,924
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP): $47,221,524
Canada: $47,158,403
European Commission: $45,637,006
United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF): $42,219,954
Norway: $41,961,543
Australia: $36,692,334
Sweden: $35,597,496
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA): $30,723,860
Japan: $30,633,764
Pakistan: $28,359,311
Kuwait: $20,500,000
United Nations Fund for International Partnerships (UNFIP): $19,982,127
African Development Bank Group: $19,105,011
Liberia: $18,981,542
Netherlands: $18,132,475
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS): $17,936,172
Switzerland: $17,347,284
UNITAID: $14,923,517
Saudi Arabia: $14,263,748
United Arab Emirates: $13,160,000
Republic of Korea: $11,695,118
Luxembourg: $10,152,805
Guinea-Bissau: $12,000,000
Belgium: $11,956,521
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS): $9.979,445
France: $9,321,471
Finland: $9,233,910
Bloomberg Family Foundation: $8,424,000
Russian Federation: $8,451,025
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK): $7,769,202
Germany: $7,451,499
Wellcome Trust: $7,408,605
Novartis: $6,992,742
Carter Center :$6,500,000
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF): $6,337,126
Sanofi Pasteur: $6,158,152
India: $5,774,267
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
(UNOCHA): $5,509,649
International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (IUATLD):
$5,370,052
Ikea Foundation: $5,524,862
Singapore: $5,543,410
Denmark: $5,120,328
Italy: $4,732,787
World Bank: $3,550,000
Government Of Punjab, Pakistan: $4,418,262
Task Force for Global Health (TFGH): $4,247,745
Asia Europe Foundation: $3,045,000
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR): 2 894 834
China: $2,857,811
CDC Foundation :$2,554,271
Merck Sharp and Dohme-Chibret: $2,457,453
Spain: $1,995,615
Greece: $1,942,171
Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain: $1,794,157
Equatorial Guinea: $1,750,767
Flemish Government, Belgium: $1,574,628
Ireland: $1,531,492
Brazil: $1,496,074
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM): $1,382,490
Thailand: $1,358,544
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation: $1,356,530
UCB SA: $1,042,736
Americans for UNFPA: $767,690
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, UK: $711,525
Bayer AG: $600,148
Bristol-Myers Squibb: $580,000
Merck: $592,252
Grand Challenges Canada: $424,767
Ford Foundation: $400,000
The Government of Macao, SAR, People’s Republic of China: $400,000
The Northern Territory Government Of Australia: $365,580
American Jewish World Service (AJWS): $363,929
Rockefeller Foundation: $300,000
University of Bergen: $220,380
President & Fellows of Harvard College: $219,557
Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd.: $182,881
Syngenta Crop Protection AG: $160,000
Government of Western Australia: $139,000
BASF Corporation: $133,746
University of Antwerp: $130,000
The Government of Hong Kong, SAR, People’s Republic of China: $113,991



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