No major changes are foreseen in terms of France’s allocation of health/RMNCH funding in the coming years, however it will seek to increase spending on high-impact interventions.
France aimed to spend €20 million per year on family planning; this target was not met between 2011 and 2013. France needs to increase its expenditures to be able to fulfill its commitment by 2015.
Source: Government of Australia via SEEK Interview
Australia’s funding for maternal and child health has increased from $360 million in 2011/2012 to $374 million in 2012/2013.
Australia’s funding for maternal and child health, over the last three financial years, are as follows:
Dutch disbursements for SRHR alone have exceeded USD 400 million since 2012.
The table below provides an overview of Netherlands‘ funding towards health and SRHR. The amounts for 2012 and 2013 refer to actual expenditures, the amount for 2014 refers to the budget as approved by Parliament and the amount for 2015 refers to an estimated budget (not yet approved by Parliament). All amounts are in...
The UK is on track to meet its commitment to increase its annual spending on family planning from £90 million per year to £180 million per year by 2020. This increased support has resulted in almost 5 million additional women being reached with family planning services by mid-2014, almost 4% of the 2020 target.
By 2012, DFID programmes are estimated to have saved over 16,000 maternal deaths...
Overall, Japan estimates that it will provide US $500 million in additional funding for 2011-2015. In terms of baseline spending, for 2011 and 2012, US $2,094.62 million was disbursed, including US$ 36 million to UNFPA and IPPF for 2012 (and estimates US$ 43.8 million for 2013). This is line with the US $36 million explicitly committed at the London Summit on Family Planning for 2012.