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  • Proceeds to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance from donor contributions & pledges (2011-2015) as of 31 March 2015

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  • Proceeds to Gavi from donor contributions & pledges (2011-2015) as of 31 March 2015

     

     

    Note: Proceeds are the funds made available to Gavi for the period from donor contributions and commitments, either through cash payments made to Gavi, through the frontloading via the capital markets of a donor future commitment to IFFIm, or AMC funds released to Gavi via the World Bank. Proceeds are subject to change from factors including new pledges announcements, Gavi's cash flow needs from IFFIm and the impact of foreign currency changes. Figures do not include IFFIm agreements that have yet to be formally signed.

    All 2000-2014 direct and GAVI Matching Fund contributions are recorded in US dollars at the actual exchange rates for the day of cash received. All 2015 direct and GAVI Matching Fund pledges are expressed in US dollars at 31 March 2015 exchange rates. All 2016-2034 direct and GAVI Matching Fund pledges are expressed in US dollars using the average of the annual FX forecasted rates as published by Bloomberg at the end of each calendar quarter (or as otherwise in line with its bi-annual long-term forecasting process). This methodology is consistent with that shared and agreed with donors in Berlin in January 2015 at Gavi’s pledging meeting.

  • Contributions and pledges over time (US$ millions)

     

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    Notes:
    Contributions comprise direct contributions already received by GAVI from donors, contributions made to IFFIm and the AMC donor contributions to the World Bank. All 2000-2014 direct, Matching Fund, and AMC contributions are recorded in US dollars at the actual exchange rates for the day of cash received. All 2015 direct, Matching Fund, and AMC pledges are expressed in US dollars at 31 March 2015 exchange rates. All 2016-2034 direct, Matching Fund, and AMC pledges are expressed in US dollars at using the average of the annual FX forecasted rates as published by Bloomberg at the end of each calendar quarter (or as otherwise in line with its bi-annual long-term forecasting process). This methodology is consistent with that shared and agreed with donors in Berlin in January 2015 at Gavi’s pledging meeting.

    All 2000-2014 IFFIm contributions are recorded in US dollars equivalents using the exchange rates at the time of signing the respective donor grant agreements. Unsigned non-US dollar IFFIm pledges are expressed in US dollar equivalents using an average of the available yearly forecast rates from Bloomberg. These contributions have not been reduced by a notional 3% provision to allow for any potential reduction arising from the High Level Financing Condition of the IFFIm Finance Framework Agreement.

  • Funding history

    Gavi’s model strongly matches Ireland’s priorities - Ireland emphasises that the provision of development aid is not enough on its own and that governments and countries must take ownership of their development. Gavi’s portfolio of countries and focus on the world’s poorest and fragile countries is closely aligned with Ireland’s heavy emphasis on the world’s poorest countries, Africa and fragile states. 

    Health and the strengthening of health systems are important development priority making Gavi an obvious choice for investment. An additional priority is ensuring that all development is sustainable: "Achieving real and lasting results will be central to the way that we plan, make decisions, implement, monitor, evaluate and provide accountability for our actions and programmes."

    Ireland has strong commitment to multilateral aid (eg. working to ensure that the UN system is more efficient and effective, playing part in ensuring that the EU continues to deliver aid that is effective and assists those most in need. Greater engagement with African and regional institutions and continued support for global funds and programmes). Public engagement in Ireland’s aid programme is high.

    Ireland aid policy is committed to openness, transparency and accountability (eg. delivering on international commitments on Aid Transparency, publishing results, meeting Human Rights obligations and continuing engagement with the OECD DAC).

    During the 2015 pledging conference in Berlin, Ireland pledged EUR 3 million for 2015 and EUR 15 million for 2016-2020, a 50% increase compared to yearly levels over the previous cycle.

    Contributions and pledges in total:

    • Direct funding (2002-2015): USD 45.1 million;
    • New pledge (2016-2020): EUR 15 million in direct funding.
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