June 6

WHO Launches First Investment Round, Asking for $11 Billion

By Sara Jerving

The World Health Organization officially kicked off its first investment round at the 77th World Health Assembly in Geneva. It’s asking for $11.1 billion overall to fund its work over the next four years — of which it expects the world’s countries will pay $4 billion in membership dues, leaving $7.1 billion for it to fundraise from governments and the private sector.

Source: Devex (link opens in a new window)

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