Latest Large Global Development Funding Commitments
Below please find the latest announcements and commitments around international development funding, from the public, private and philanthropic donor sectors.
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July 18: USAID providing nearly $1.3 billion to address child malnutrition, famine, violence against women and children, to support access to clean water and present disease outbreaks throughout the Horn of Africa.
June 21: The EU to step up its support to African, Caribbean and Pacific countries in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
May 25: The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) announced the financial commitment of four transactions under a partnership with USAID African Union and the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) to mobilize $74 million to expand access to financing for African micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria, Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia.
April 28: The Hilton Foundation, LEGO Foundation, USAID, Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation and Echinda Giving have joined forces to contribute $50 million to the World Bank's Childcare Incentive Fund.
April 11: The Rockefeller Foundation is committing $105 million to its new Good Food Strategy over the next three years. The Strategy aims to increase access to healthy and sustainable foods for 40 million underserved people around the globe.
Mar 8: The President’s 2023 Budget will request approximately $2.6 billion for foreign assistance programs that promote gender equity and equality worldwide, more than doubling the amount requested for gender programs in the prior year.
Mar 8: Lever for Change announced $10 million for global maternal and infant health.
Feb 16: Lego Foundation committing $143 to early childhood education, health and community development.
Jan 7: An additional GBP 7.5 million technical assistance facility announced for the Mobilizing Finance for Forests (MFF) program.
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