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COVID-19 vaccination in Haiti

Funding

Status, as of 13 June 2022

Contributions

Our funding gap

US$ 13 bn

Supporting the ACT-Accelerator is a global health, moral, economic and security imperative.

 

Yet our partnership faces a financing crisis, leading us to urge higher income countries to contribute their fair share to the US$ 16.8 billion in grant financing our agencies need. 

People in need do not have access to COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and tests. Health workers are going unprotected, risking their lives to serve others.

Lives could be saved now if we had the funding to implement our Strategic Plan and Budget. 

We will not be able to control the pandemic and ensure global health security if inequitable access to COVID-19 tools continues.

 

Everyone has a role to play. 

For more detailed information:

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Strategic Plan & Budget: October 2021 to September 2022

Outlines the focus, strategic priorities, major scopes of work and funding needs for the ACT-Accelerator.

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Consolidated Financing Framework for ACT-A Agency & In-Country Needs

Financial needs broken down by agency, together with fair share contributions requested from higher income countries.

How to contribute  

Grant funding is urgently needed by ACT-Accelerator agencies, which are responsible for implementation and reporting on the use of funds. 

Institutional donors should contact agencies directly (click to generate email to relevant contact): CEPI, FIND, Gavi, Global Fund, GFF, UNICEF, UnitaidWellcome, WHO.  

Individuals can support the ACT-Accelerator by contributing to one of its constituent agencies:

 

  • WHO Foundation’s Go Give One campaign for Vaccines for everyone, everywhere

  • UNICEF’s campaign for the ACT-Accelerator

  • Global Fund, which drives work on diagnostics and the Health Systems & Response Connector

  • Gavi to support COVID-19 vaccination