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Fatal Diseases

CAN PHILANTHROPY SAVE THE DEVELOPING WORLD, FROM FATAL DISEASES? Funding vs. Disease Incidence Approved USAID funding (2002-2009) Percentage of Population Living with Disease Region Asia Reduced by 0.06 2009 0.11% HIV: $2.09B 2002 0.17% Reduced by 0.0002% 2002 2009 TB: $882.7M 0.0004% 0.0002% * MALARIA: $745.7M Reduced by 2.05% 2002 2009 4.96% 2.91% Latin America No Reduction 2002 2009 A HIV: $916.8M & Caribbean 0.19% 0.00% 0.19% Increased by 2002 2009 TB: $187.3M 0.0001% 0.00004% 0.0003% 2002 Reduced by 1.17% 2009 MALARIA: $163.2M 1.60% 0.43% Rates of HIV and TB have remained stagnant despite over $1B in funding. Middle East Increased by 0.03% 2002 2009 HIV: $286.0M 0.12% 0.15% & North Africa Increased TB: $231.6M 2002 2009 0.0001% 0.0008% 0.00009% Increased by 0.02% MALARIA: $386.8M 2009 1.58% 2002 1.56% Received least funding for HIV, TB and malaria, yet saw only slight increases in the rates of HIV and malaria between 2002-2009. Sub-Saharan Africa HIV: 2002 2009 Reduced by 0.20% $4.66B 2.77% 2.57% Tв: $645.3M 2002 2009 No 0.0004% Reduction 0.00% 0.0004% MALARIA: Increased by 1.05% 2002 2009 $4.45B 6.41% 7.46% Received over twice as much HIV funding as Asia, yet the proportion of population suffering from HIV decreased by only 0.2%. Despite over $4B in funding, the % of population with malaria actually increased by over 1%. Who's Funding? 2002–2009 USAID Global Fund: Approved Approved Approved $12.0 BILLION $3.6 BILLION $6.1 BILLION The USAID Global Fund is one of the largest suppliers of funding to the developing world. The Global Fund supplies billions of dollars in American foreign aid for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS: TB: MALARIA: 21% of international public HIV funding. 65% of international 65% of international TB funding. public HIV funding. tuberculosis and malaria. 56% 42% 69% of HIV disbursements of total TB of total malaria devoted to disbursements disbursements devoted Sub-Saharan Africa. devoted to Asia. to Sub-Saharan Africa. Global Alliance for Vaccines UNITAID: and Immunizations (GAVI): Since 2006, UNITAID has committed over $1.5 billion to support 20 projects focused on treating HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in 94 developing countries. UNITAID largely focuses their efforts on leveraging price reductions for quality diagnostics and medicines and accelerating the pace at which these are made available. As a public-private partnership, GAVI recently raised over $4 billion from countries such as the U.K., U.S.A., France, Italy, Norway, Canada, and the Netherlands. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR): Since 1994, the Foundation has committed $14.5 billion to global health related programs, 58.4% of all its funding. PEPFAR's goal is to support the prevention of 12 million new HIV infections between 2010 and 2014. Established by President Bush in 2003, the fund has committed over $30 billion to funding for the AIDS epidemic. In 2008, PEPFAR was renewed, committing $48 billion from 2009 to 2013 on programs to tackle HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Department for International Development (DFID): DFID is the U.K. government's department for managing Britain's foreign aid, and is the second biggest bilateral donor for HIV/AIDS, committing $850 million to the fight from 2005-2006. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF): Working in 190 countries, UNICEF aims to cut HIV transmission rates in half, and maintains over 744 service sites equipped to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. From 2007-2009 alone, UNICEF gave $44.2 million in funding towards these goals. Sources: | | | |

Fatal Diseases

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