Fact Sheet: AIDS Funding 2008

February 2009

[Source: What countries need -- investments needed for 2010 targets, UNAIDS February 2009]

  • At the end of 2008, an estimated US$ 13.7 billion was made available for the global AIDS response -- a 21% increase above the $11.3 billion for AIDS in 2007.
  • Nearly 52% of the resources available came from domestic sources.
    • The per capita domestic expenditure in sub-Saharan Africa was six times more than other parts of the world after adjusting by income level.
  • Direct bilateral agreements provided 31%, multilateral institutions 12%, and the philanthropic sector 5%.
  • Out of pocket expenditures incurred by individuals and families amounted for nearly US$ 1 billion.

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