Resource Tracking:  HIV/AIDS Philanthropic Funding

FCAA's latest report, Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS in 2014 , revealed that global private funding for HIV totaled US$ 618 million, an 8% increase (US$46 million) from 2013.

The 2014 increase was driven by significant increases from the top two funders, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Gilead Sciences, Inc. This influence is reflective of the ongoing overall concentration of HIV/AIDS philanthropic funding among the top donors: the top 20 funders accounted for 81% of all funding in 2014. Overall, funding has been holding relatively steady around the $600-650 million mark for the past eight years.

Through this resource tracking effort, FCAA has been monitoring the field of HIV/AIDS philanthropy for more than a decade. This report intends to inform stakeholders about the overall distribution and trends of global AIDS philanthropy. The report relies on grant lists submitted by funders, The report relies on grants lists submitted by grantmakers, as well as public review of websites, financial information, and Foundation Center dataData was obtained for over 200 organizations that are believed to represent the substantial majority of global HIV/AIDS philanthropy.

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This report is available as downloadable PDF  or readable in an interactive, online flash viewer (click on report below to open).

To view past resource tracking issues (2002-2012), please visit the FCAA publications page.