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Donor Government Funding for HIV in Low- and Middle-Income Countries in 2017

Key Findings
  1. The estimate for donor government disbursements presented in this report is not the same as the UNAIDS estimate of total international assistance for HIV in low- and middle-income countries, which includes bilateral disbursements from DAC / non-DAC donors and multilateral disbursements from the Global Fund, other UN agencies, multilateral institutions and foundations. UNAIDS estimates that total international assistance for HIV in 2017 was US$9 billion in constant 2016 US dollars.

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Report
  1. UNAIDS estimates that US$20.6 billion was available for HIV from all sources in 2017, expressed in 2016 USD. For purposes of this analysis, this estimate was converted to 2017 USD, or $21.3 billion.

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  2. For more information, see PEPFAR’s DREAMS website: http://www.dreamspartnership.org/

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  3. Author analysis.

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  4. OECD DAC, Development aid stable in 2017 with more sent to poorest countries, April 9, 2018: http://www.oecd.org/development/financing-sustainable-development/development-finance-data/ODA-2017-detailed-summary.pdf.

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