KFF Releases Annual Analysis Of Donor Government Funding For Family Planning

Kaiser Family Foundation: Donor Government Funding for Family Planning in 2017
The Kaiser Family Foundation today released its annual analysis of donor government funding for family planning. The report finds donor government funding for family planning increased in 2017, rising from $1.20 billion in 2016 to $1.27 billion. This marked the first increase after two years of declines. However, funding is still below the peak level reached in 2014 ($1.43 billion) (Wexler/Kates/Lief, 11/12).

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