Inside Philanthropy Examines FCAA Data Showing Decrease In Philanthropic HIV/AIDS Funding

Inside Philanthropy: So Close, Yet So Far: Why is HIV/AIDS Funding Decreasing?
“…[P]hilanthropic funding for research, treatment, prevention and awareness around HIV/AIDS is decreasing. According to the latest data by Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA), such giving decreased by five percent, or $37 million, between 2016 and 2017 — reaching the lowest level since 2014. A significant portion of the decreases came from the top 20 funders, who accounted for 88 percent of HIV-related philanthropy in 2017…” (Dickow, 12/12).

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