The United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

PEPFAR Funding: Investments that Save Lives and Promote Security (Updated June 2011)


   

"It is clear that our nation’s investments in HIV/AIDS are having an impact. President Obama and I are dedicated to enhancing America’s leadership in the fight against global AIDS."

– Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

Launched in 2003 by President George W. Bush with strong bipartisan support, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is America’s commitment to fighting the global HIV/AIDS pandemic. Through shared responsibility and smart investments, PEPFAR is saving lives, building more secure families and helping to stabilize fragile nations.

With the generous support of the American people, the U.S. Government has committed nearly $39 billion to bilateral HIV/AIDS programs, the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and bilateral TB programs through fiscal year (FY) 2011.

PEPFAR’s success is measured in lives improved and saved.

  • In fiscal year 2010, PEPFAR directly supported life-saving antiretroviral treatment for more than 3.2 million men, women and children worldwide, up from less than 2.5 million in 2009.
  • PEPFAR directly supported antiretroviral prophylaxis to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission for more than 600,000 HIV-positive pregnant women in fiscal year 2010, allowing more than 114,000 infants to be born HIV-free.
  • Through its partnerships with more than 30 countries, PEPFAR directly supported 11 million people with care and support, including nearly 3.8 million orphans and vulnerable children, in fiscal year 2010 alone.

PEPFAR is making smart investments to improve lives, build more secure families and help stabilize fragile nations. With continued support from the U.S. Congress, PEPFAR will be able continuing working towards the goals of treating more than 4 million people, preventing more than 12 million new HIV infections, and caring for more than 12 million people, including 5 million orphans and vulnerable children.

  • For FY 2011, President Obama has requested nearly $7.0 billion, including nearly $5.74 billion for bilateral HIV/AIDS programs, $1 billion for the Global Fund, and $251 million for bilateral TB programs.
  • For FY 2012, the President is requesting nearly $7.2 billion, including nearly $5.6 billion for bilateral HIV/AIDS programs, $1.3 billion for the Global Fund, and $254 million for bilateral TB programs.


FY 2004 - FY 2012 PEPFAR Funding ($ in millions)
 

Programs

FY 2004
Enacted

FY 2005
Enacted

FY 2006
Enacted

FY 2007
Enacted

FY 2008
Enacted

FY 2009
Enacted

FY 2010
Enacted

FY 2011
Requested

FY 2011
Enacted2

Total
Enacted4

FY 2012
Requested

Bilateral HIV/AIDS Programs1

1,643

2,263

2,654

3,699

5,028

5,503

5,574

5,739

5,560

31,924

5,599

Global Fund

547

347

545

724

840

1,000

1,050

1,000

1,050

6,103

1,300

Bilateral TB Programs

87

94

91

95

163

177

243

251

*3

*

254

TOTAL PEPFAR (without Malaria)

2,277

2,705

3,290

4,518

6,031

6,680

6,867

6,989

*

*

7,154

1 Bilateral HIV/AIDS Programs includes funding for bilateral country/regional programs, UNAIDS, IAVI, Microbicides and NIH HIV/AIDS research.
2 FY 2011 Enacted level does not include across-the-board or agency-wide rescissions. FY 2011 HHS levels are straight-lined from FY 2010 enacted levels and remain notional pending final allocations.
3 FY 2011 TB funding is pending final approvals.
4 Includes enacted funding for FY 2004 – FY 2011.

Note: All funding amounts have been rounded to the nearest million, so the numbers shown in the table may not sum to the totals.

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