This report maps the complex network of international assistance aimed at addressing the global impact of HIV/AIDS. The analysis identifies 37 different donors, comprising 26 nations providing bi-lateral support and 11 multilateral programs, providing assistance to 143 recipient countries over a three-year period through 2011. Key findings include:
- The U.S. provides almost two-thirds of all HIV/AIDS international assistance. The next largest donor, the Global Fund, provides one fifth of all assistance. Together they account for an average of 80 percent global HIV/AIDS assistance.
- On average, 10 donors were present in each recipient country. Fourteen recipient countries had more than 20 donors present during the three-year period: Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, India, Burkina Faso and Mali.
- The biggest donor varies by region, with the United States providing the largest share of assistance in sub-Saharan Africa and North & Central America; the Global Fund providing the largest share in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, South and Central Asia, South America and Far East Asia; and Australia providing the largest share in Oceania.