Access to COVID-19 tools funding commitment tracker– WHO
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The ACT-Accelerator Commitment Tracker provides transparent reporting on funding commitments made against ACT-Accelerator Pillar budgets.
Urgent action to address these financing requirements will boost the impact of the ACT-Accelerator achievements to date, fast-track the development and deployment of additional game-changing tools, and mitigate the risk of a widening gap in access to COVID-19 tools between low- and high-income countries.
The tracker is updated every 2 weeks on a Friday and based on data received from ACT-Accelerator Pillar co-conveners. All amounts are in USD and are subject to ForEx variations.
This commitment tracker was prepared by the ACT-A Hub with cooperation from the ACT-A partners.
The ACT-A Hub, hosted by WHO, appreciates the support of Germany and Kuwait in financing our coordination work.
Funding Snapshot since 29 October 2021
As of 29 October 2021, an unprecedented mobilization of sovereign funders and private sector, philanthropic and multilateral contributors had galvanized commitments of US$ 18.9 billion. The ACT Accelerator Commitment Tracker provides details of this funding, taking into account retrospective cost adjustments. The 2020-21 budget’s funding gap was US$ 14.3 billion.
Since 29 October 2021, all new pledges in support of the ACT-Accelerator will count towards the 2021-22 budget (see details in ACT-Accelerator Strategic Plan & Budget: October 2021 to September 2022). These pledges, counting towards the 2021-22 budget, total US$ 225 million as of 6 January 2022, bringing the 2021-22 funding gap to US$ 23.2 billion.