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Appendix I: Sources of Funding


The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: Second Annual Report to Congress
Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator
February 8, 2006
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(Dollars in millions)

Existing Bilateral Programs FY 2004 Enacted FY 2005 Enacted
USAID Bilateral Programs 641 477
    Child Survival HIV/AIDS 513 347
    Child Survival TB 75 79
         TB 75 79
         (Malaria) 80 89
    Other Accounts HIV/AIDS, TB 52 50
          HIV/AIDS 42 37

          TB

10 13
          (Malaria) 0 2
HHS Bilateral Programs 453 472
   CDC HIV/AIDS 134 138
   CDC Global AIDS Program 125 124
   CDC International HIV Research 9 14
   CDC TB 2 2
   TB 2 2
   (Malaria) 9 9
NIH HIV/AIDS Research 317 332
State/Foreign Military Finance 1 2
Dept. of Labor Bilateral Programs 10 2
Dept. of Defense Bilateral Programs 4 7
Subtotal 1,109 960
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator's Office 488 1,374
   UNAIDS (non-add) 0 27
   Other Bilateral Programs (non-add) 16 35
Mother and Child HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative 149 0
   USAID Child Survival 0 0
   HHS/CDC 149 0
Global Trust Fund 547 347
   USAID Child Survival 398 248
   HHS/NIH 149 99
Subtotal 1,184 1, 721
Total, Global HIV/AIDS and TB 2,293 2,681
(Total Global HIV/AIDS, TB and                        Base Malaria)1 2,382 2,781

1 U.S. Government spending on malaria, newly categorized (beginning in FY 2006) as the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI), is now displayed in a separate table and is no longer included in the overall Emergency Plan total.  However, because HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria have historically been grouped together, non-additive line-itms for malaria are included in this chart and a separate Emergency Plan total that includes malaria spending has been provided for comparability purposes. 



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