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Why Fund Population Activities?
What will Take to Achieve the ICPD Objectives?
Where are We Now?
Who Funds Population Activities?
Which Countries Benefit Most From Population Assistance?
How Much are Countries Mobilizing for Population Activities?
How Much do We Need?

For more information, please visit the UNFPA/UNAIDS/NIDI Resource Flows Web Site at www.resourceflows.org
Where is the Money Going?
The largest and increasing proportion of total population assistance goes to fund HIV//AIDS activities.

Expenditures by ICPD Category as a Percentage of Total Population Assistance, 1995-2004

FAMILY PLANNING

FAMILY PLANNING



REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH



STD/HIV/AIDS

STD/HIV/AIDS



RESEARCH, DATA & POLICY ANALYSIS

RESEARCH, DATA & POLICY ANALYSIS
Source: UNFPA, 2006. Financial Resource Flows for Population Activities in 2004. For a complete description of ICPD categories, see ICPD Programme of Action paragraph 13.14.


Expenditures of Donor Governments by Region and ICPD Category, 2004


Expenditures of Donor Governments by Region and ICPD Category, 2004
 
Family planning
 
Reproductive Health
 
HIV/AIDS
 
Basic Research



Expenditures of the UN System by Region and ICPD Category, 2004

Expenditures of the UN System by Region and ICPD Category, 2004

Of all the United Nations organizations and agencies that reported providing funds for population activities in 2004, UNFPA provided the most assistance for family planning services and basic reproductive health services. UNDP provided the most assistance for HIV/AIDS activities and basic research, data and population and development policy analysis.




Expenditures of Foundations by Region and ICPD Category, 2004

Expenditures of Foundations by Region and ICPD Category, 2004

Of all the foundations that reported providing population assistance in 2004, the Packard Foundation provided the most funds for family planning services and the Gates Foundation provided the most funds for both reproductive health services and HIV/AIDS activities. The Wellcome Trust provided the most funds for basic research, data and population and development policy analysis.




World Group Loans, by Region and ICPD Category, 2004
World Group Loans, by Region and ICPD Category, 2004
 
Africa (Sub Saharan)
 
Family planning
 
Asia and The Pacific
 
Reproductive Health
 
Latin America and The Caribbean
 
HIV/AIDS
 
Eastern and Southern Europe
 
Basic Research
Source: UNFPA, UNAIDS, NIDI. Resource Flows Pproject Database
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