This interactive tool, which will be updated regularly, provides the share of the population that has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by income-level, region, country, and globally. Additionally, using current rates of first dose administration, the tool estimates whether projected coverage levels will meet certain global targets.
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This tracker will be updated regularly to provide data on U.S. COVID-19 vaccine donation deliveries globally.
This fact sheet provides information about the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. government funding and engagement with WHO.
Assessing PEPFAR’s Impact: Analysis of Maternal and Child Health Spillover Effects in PEPFAR Countries
This analysis assesses the association between PEPFAR investments and maternal and child health outcomes. It finds that the program was associated with significant, positive improvement maternal and child health, adding to the evidence base that PEPFAR has had positive health spillover effects beyond just HIV.
This tracker provides a listing of global health-related legislation introduced in the current Congress.
This Vaccine Monitor survey shows the public is largely supportive of the U.S. role in distributing COVID-19 vaccines globally, as well as other response efforts including the distribution of masks and COVID-19 rapid tests.
This fact sheet identifies key U.S. government global health positions and officials.
Please join the HIV Policy Lab at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) for a virtual event sharing new analyses on the current state of HIV policies around the world and opportunities and challenges on the horizon.
This analysis looks at the amount of funding for vaccines and the number of vaccine doses that have been donated to the global COVID-19 vaccine effort and standardizes these donations based on the size of donor economies.
As Congress begins to debate increased assistance for the global response to COVID-19, we look at how current U.S. global COVID-19 emergency funding is being channeled, particularly to countries and regions.