U.S. funding for maternal & child health (MCH) and nutrition from FY 2006 to FY 2020 (in million U.S. dollars)*
Funding for maternal and child health globally by the U.S. 2006-2020
In fiscal year 2019, the U.S spent about 1.2 billion U.S. dollars on global funding for maternal and child health, versus roughly 0.7 billion dollars back in 2006. The statistic displays the U.S. funding for maternal & child health (MCH) and nutrition for fiscal years 2006 to 2019, adding the request for FY 2020.
U.S. funding for maternal & child health (MCH) and nutrition from FY 2006 to FY 2020 (in million U.S. dollars)*
NutritionMCH
2020 (request)90901
2019 1451,214
2018 1251,209
2017 1481,235
2016 1441,136
2015 1391,176
2014 1401,147
2013 971,037
2012 971,060
2011 93974
2010 107939
2009 55872
2008 -846
2007 -694
2006 -728
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Sources

Release date

July 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

fiscal years 2006 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* Includes MCH and nutrition funding provided through USAID and CDC as well as U.S. contributions to UNICEF. Prior to FY09, nutrition funding was included as part of MCH. Does not include funding provided through Food for Peace (FFP) due to the unique nature of the program. Includes base and supplemental funding. FY13 includes the effects of sequestration. FY19 is based on funding provided in the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019” (P.L. 116-6) and is a preliminary estimate. Some MCH and nutrition funding is determined at the agency level and is not yet known for FY19; for comparison purposes, these amounts are assumed to remain at prior year levels. Several international organizations (including UNICEF, UNAIDS, microbicides research, IAVI, and others) that have historically received specified funding amounts in the budget are not allocated any funding in the FY 2020 Request. While it is possible that the Administration could provide funding to these organizations, such funding would have to be taken from either bilateral programs or other accounts.

For fiscal years 2006, 2007, 2008, no data was provided for funding for nutrition.

Funding for maternal and child health globally by the U.S. 2006-2020
In fiscal year 2019, the U.S spent about 1.2 billion U.S. dollars on global funding for maternal and child health, versus roughly 0.7 billion dollars back in 2006. The statistic displays the U.S. funding for maternal & child health (MCH) and nutrition for fiscal years 2006 to 2019, adding the request for FY 2020.
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