The World Bank Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 8 065 189


The World Bank provides financial and technical support to help countries end poverty and boost prosperity for the poorest people. The support is guided by three priorities: creating sustainable economic growth, investing in people, and building resilience to shocks and threats that can roll back progress. Ensuring everyone has access to essential services and that the underlying systems are effective, equitable and sustainable is a critical part of this. The World Bank also puts health at the heart of its Human Capital Project to drive more and better investments in people. It prioritized working with countries and global partners to strengthen resilience to shocks and crises, from COVID-19 and other health emergencies to climate to humanitarian crises including situations affected by fragility, conflict and violence. In fiscal year 2022, the World Bank committed over US$ 60.8 billion towards these goals, and disbursed over US$ 29.4 billion.

The World Bank has long recognized the threat HIV poses to development. The breadth and depth of the Bank’s portfolio affords particular opportunities to advance the integrated approaches that improve outcomes and the systemic supports needed in the fight against HIV. The World Bank integrates HIV into effective and equitable health systems and into its broader efforts to advance sustainable development for all, including through progress on other key contributors to success such as social protection, education and empowering women, girls, and youth. The Bank places a strong emphasis on sustainability, efficiency and effectiveness—helping countries do "better for less" by using available resources wisely and redesigning their HIV and broader health programming to maximize resource allocation and service delivery and transition to new funding approaches in a rapidly shifting funding landscape. Leveraging data and innovation, including opportunities in digital health and service delivery, is an essential part of this approach. It also supports other areas that improve HIV outcomes such as gender, social protection, education access in fragile, conflict and violence contexts.


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