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Project: RF

Financial resource flows for population and AIDS activities

The objective of the project is to monitor the financial flows required to address population and HIV/AIDS issues worldwide. This information is needed to assess whether adequate funds are mobilised to ensure the fulfilment of promises made at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD, 1994) and at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS (UNGASS, 2001).

The project is commissioned by and carried out in cooperation with UNFPA. The information is obtained from annual surveys among donor countries, UN organisations, NGOs and private foundations as well as government departments and local foundations in developing countries and countries in transition. The data obtained from these surveys are stored in a database. The data are used for analyses and to provide information to the international community.

At the core of the RF project's activities is the annual survey which collects financial data on population and AIDS expenditures during the previous year at the project/programme level as well as future financial commitments. This information is stored in the RF relational database and (partly) in a public database (www.resourceflowsdata.org). The financial flows include expenditures on family planning, reproductive health, sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS) and population policy, and the collection and analysis of demographic data. In response to UNFPA and UNAIDS' needs for more timely data, the RF project has, since 2004, produced estimates and projections of expenditures on population and AIDS activities. As several other institutes have entered the field of global health resource tracking, NIDI involvement will shift from primary data collection at the global level to specialised data collection and the development of methods and techniques to enhance coverage and data quality. Capacity building on regional level is strengthened by decentralizing the primary data collection to research institutes in the Asian, the African and the Latin American region. At this moment part of the data processing is outsourced to the Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) in Jaipur and the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) in Nairobi (Keya). In 2013 we hope to welcome a new partner for the Latin American and Caribbean region: the Economic Comission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in Santiago (Chile).

More information is available on the Resource Flows project website www.resourceflows.org and the Resource Flows Data website www.resourceflowsdata.org.

Publications

UNFPA-NIDI (2016),
Resource Flows Survey on Family Planning 2014, 2 p. [pdf]
UNFPA (2014),
Financial resource flows for population activities in 2012. New York: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 76 p. [pdf]
Financial resource flows for population activities in 2012
DSW & EPF (2013),
Euromapping 2013; The definitive guide to global population assistance. Brussels: German Foundation for World Population (DSW) & European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF), 74 p. [pdf]
 Euromapping 2013 
UNFPA (2013),
Financial resource flows for population activities in 2011. New York: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 73 p. [pdf]
Financial resource flows for population activities in 2011
Dahlman, A., M. Ongil, D. Jajkowicz & E. Wright (2012),
Euromapping 2012; mapping European development aid & population assistance. Brussels: German Foundation for World Population (DSW) & European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF), 78 p. [pdf]
 Euromapping 2012 
Pavao, A. & M. Ongil (2011),
Euromapping 2011; mapping European development aid & population assistance. Brussels: German Foundation for World Population (DSW) & European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF), 71 p. [pdf]
 Euromapping 2011 
Dalen, H.P. van & M. Micevska Scharf (2011),
Reproductive health aid: A delicate balancing act, CentER discussion paper 2011-27. Tilburg: University of Tilburg, 28 p. [pdf]
Pavao, A. & M. Ongil (2010),
Euromapping 2010; mapping European development aid & population assistance. Brussels: German Foundation for World Population (DSW) & European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF), 66 p. [pdf]
 Euromapping 2010 
Peters, A.J.T.P., M. Micevska-Scharf, F.T.M. van Driel & W.H.M. Jansen (2010),
Where does public funding for HIV prevention go to? The case of condoms versus microbicides and vaccines. Globalization and Health 6 (23): 1-23. [pdf]
UNFPA (2010),
Financial resource flows for population activities in 2008. New York: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 69 p. [pdf]
 Financial resource flows for population activities in 2008 
Dalen, H.P. van (2008),
Designing global collective action in population and HIV/AIDS programs, 1983-2002: has anything changed? World Development 36 (3): 362-382. [pdf]
Dalen, H.P. van & M. Reuser (2008),
Aid and AIDS: a delicate cocktail. Vox - Research-Based Policy Analysis and Commentary from Leading Economists, 07-07-2008. [web]

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