Financing the ICPD Programme of Action 2014

Data for 2012, Estimates for 2013/2014, Projections for 2015

Resource date: 2014

This brochure tracks resource flows for financing the ICPD Programme of Action, including the revised estimates that take into account current needs and costs. It provides facts and figures (based on data from 2012 and estimates from 2013 and 2014) to answer these questions: Why fund population activities? How much will it take to achieve the ICPD objectives? Where are we now? Who is funding what? Where is the money going? What countries are benefitting? How much are countries mobilizing themselves? How much do we need?

Regional summaries

Summaries of financial resource flows and and revised cost estimates are now available for each region.

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