Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Analysis On Mexico City Policy’s Potential Impact On Foreign NGOs

Kaiser Family Foundation: How Many Foreign NGOs Are Subject to the Expanded Mexico City Policy?
This issue brief examines the potential impact of the Mexico City policy on foreign NGOs that receive global health assistance. The analysis shows that if the policy had been in effect during a recent three-year period (FY 2013-FY 2015), at least 1,275 foreign NGOs and approximately $2.2 billion in global health funding would have been subject to the expanded policy. In addition, at least 469 U.S. NGOs would have been required to ensure that their foreign NGO sub-recipients were in compliance (Moss/Kates, 12/4).

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