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Money Mobilized by the Muskoka Initiative
Compiled by Robin Lennox, G8 Research Group
as of June 28, 2010
|New Funding||% of Total G8 Funding|
|United States||$1.3 billion (2010-11) [a]||26%|
|Canada||$1.1 billion (within 5 years)||22%|
|United Kingdom||$600 million (2010-11) [b]||12%|
|Germany||~$500 million (within 5 years)||10%|
|France||$400 million (within 5 years)||8%|
|European Union [c]||N/A||N/A|
|G8 + European Union Total||$5 billion|
|New Funding||% of Total New Funding|
|Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation||1.5 billion||20.5%|
|United Nations Foundation||N/A||N/A|
|Other Total||2.3 billion|
The contributions of Italy and the European Union must total $600 million or 12% of the total G8 funding ($5 billion).
The contributions of Korea, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and the UN Foundation must total $800 million or 11% of the total new funding ($7.3 billion).
[a] Initial two-year commitment covering 2010 and 2011. Possibility for additional funding to continue the initiative after 2011.
[b] Plans beyond 2011 not yet determined, but efforts between 2012 and 2015 will likely increase to double the number of maternal, newborn and children’s lives saved..
[c] Support for maternal and child health will increase during 2011-13, and maternal, newborn and children’s health will be addressed in the new financial framework as of 2013.
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