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Why Fund Population Activities?
What will Take to Achieve the ICPD Objectives?
Where are We Now?
Who Funds Population Activities?
Where is the Money Going?
Which Countries Benefit Most from Population Assistance?
How Much are Countries Mobilizing fro Population Activities?

For more information, please visit the UNFPA/UNAIDS/NIDI Resource Flows Web Site at www.resourceflows.org
How Much do We Need?
Financial Resources Required to Address Demographic Challenges, 2000-2015 (Billions US $)
Year Domestic
Resources
External
Assistance
Total
Resources
2000 11.3 5.7 17.0
2005 12.4 6.1 18.5
2010 13.7 6.8 20.5
2015 14.5 7.2 21.7

Source: Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development, paras. 13.15 and 14.11.

The success of the ICPD depends greatly upon the willingness of Governments, local communities, the non-governmental sector, the international community and all concerned organizations and individuals to turn the ICPD recommendations into action. The challenge before the international community is to mobilize sufficient resources to fully implement the ICPD agenda and the goals of the Millennium Declaration.

Population Assistance As Compared to ICPD Targets

Population Assistance As Compared to ICPD Targets

Note:
Estimated 2005 and 2006 assistance is shown by broken line (---).
Source: UNFPA, 2006. Financial Resource Flows for Population Activities in 2004 and UNFPA/UNAIDS/NIDI Resource Flows Project database.


Estimates of Population Expenditures in Developing Countries for the Four ICPD Categories, by Major Donors, 2006 Estimates

FAMILY PLANNING EXPENDITURES

FAMILY PLANNING EXPENDITURES



REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EXPENDITURES

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EXPENDITURES

HIV/AIDS EXPENDITURES

HIV/AIDS EXPENDITURES



BASIC RESEARCH EXPENDITURES

BASIC RESEARCH EXPENDITURES

Source:
UNFPA/UNAIDS/NIDI
Resource Flows Project database.
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