Development assistance for health by channel of assistance (Global), 1990-2010
NGOs, Global Fund become more important players in development assistance for health
As part of our annual publication on global health financing, Financing Global Health 2011: Continued Growth as MDG Deadline Approaches, we have updated data included in this visualization.
Explore the updated visualization.
- On the right, select a specific channel that interests you.
- For the bar charts, hit play and watch changes over time.
- Choose either a bar chart or a line chart in the top right corner.
- Click and drag a rectangle within the graph plot to zoom in on that area; this may be especially helpful when trying to view specific country trends.
- Once you’ve selected specific countries that interest you, click the tool symbol in the bottom right corner and try lowering the opacity of the non-selected countries to isolate countries of interest.
- See the expansion of development assistance funders. Select a bar chart and choose “Total DAH 2008 US$ (Millions)” on the left and at the bottom. This means the values being shown have been adjusted to represent United States dollars for 2008.On the right, select “BMGF, “GAVI,” “GFATM,” “NGOs,” “UNAIDS,” “UNFPA,” “UNICEF,” and “WHO.” Hit play. You will see that in 1990, the UN agencies were the main drivers of development assistance for health. By 2010, though, their importance had lessened, and other players had risen as the largest funders.
- Watch how country governments have changed their funding commitments over time. Select a group of countries on the right, including “FRA,” “GBR,” “JPN,” and “USA.” Hit play. You will see how funding from the United States and Great Britain has shot up in recent years, while France and Japan, once among the biggest funders of development assistance for health, have fallen behind countries such as Germany, Australia, and Canada.
- DAH 2008 US$ (Millions): Development assistance for health in millions of 2008 US dollars
- AUS: Australia
- AUT: Austria
- BEL: Belgium
- CAN: Canada
- DEU: Germany
- DNK: Denmark
- ESP: Spain
- FIN: Finland
- FRA: France
- GRC: Greece
- IRL: Ireland
- ITA: Italy
- JPN: Japan
- KOR: Korea
- LUX: Luxembourg
- NLD: The Netherlands
- NOR: Norway
- NZL: New Zealand
- PRT: Portugal
- SWE: Sweden
- CHE: Switzerland
- GBR: United Kingdom
- USA: United States
Regional Development Banks
- AfDB: African Development Bank
- ADB: Asian Development Bank
- IDB: Inter-American Development Bank
- IDA: World Bank–International Development Association
- IBRD: World Bank–International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- UNAIDS: United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS
- UNFPA: United Nations Population Fund
- UNICEF: United Nations Children's Fund
- WHO: World Health Organization
- PAHO: Pan-American Health Organization
- EC: European Commission (includes funds from the European Development Fund and the European Commission Budget)
Public Private Partnerships
- GAVI: GAVI Alliance (formerly the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation)
- GFATM: Global Fund Against AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria
Foundations and US Non-Governmental Organizations
- BMGF: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Other: Other foundations (this only includes organizations registered in the United States)
- NGOs: Non-governmental organizations (this only includes organizations based in the United States and registered with USAID)