The World Bank Spending by Strategy Result Area in 2016-2017 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 17 549 126  

 

 

The World Bank provides financial and technical support to developing countries with the overarching aim of alleviating poverty within a generation and a health goal of ensuring everyone has access to essential services regardless of ability to pay. As a UNAIDS cosponsor, it is the lead agency for supporting the planning, efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of the global AIDS response. The bank co-leads assistance provided on sexual transmission of HIV with UNFPA, and on social protection with UNICEF. The bank helps to define the global response and champions the vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths.


Through its analytical work, the World Bank is supporting countries to improve HIV resource allocations for key populations. The World Bank conducted more than 15 allocative efficiency studies in 2016-2017 in partnership with the Global Fund, the UNAIDS Secretariat, and other Cosponsors. Such studies provide governments with the evidence needed to appropriately reallocate budget to key populations.


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