Commitments

Australia’s contributions to international aid initiatives

In this section, we will look at some of the contributions Australia makes to important aid organisations and funds.

Australia’s commitments

Aid donors work together to provide important public goods and services through international organisations and funds. Australia contributes to these funds. It makes commitments to these funds during pledging rounds and then follows up on these commitments in subsequent aid budgets. Below, you can find out more about some of the international organisations and initiatives Australia commits aid to, how much we give and how this compares globally.

Gavi - The Vaccine Alliance

For the 2016-2020 replenishment, Australia pledged $250 million to Gavi.
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Global Fund (AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria)

Australia committed AU$220 million to the Global Fund’s 2017-2019 allocation period.
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World Bank (IDA)

Australia committed $774 million to the World Bank IDA replenishment for 2017-20.
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Global Partnership for Education (GPE)

In June 2014, Australia pledged $140 million for GPE’s 2015-2018 replenishment—close to half of its previous pledge.
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Asian Development Bank

Australia pledged $467 million to the Asian Development Bank’s Asian Development Fund for the period 2016-20.
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Gavi

For the 2016-2020 replenishment, Australia pledged $250 million to Gavi.
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Global Fund

Australia committed AU$200 million to the Global Fund’s 2014-2016 allocation period.
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World Bank (IDA)

Australia committed $774 million to the World Bank IDA replenishment for 2017-20.
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GPE

In June 2014, Australia pledged $140 million for GPE’s 2015-2018 replenishment—close to half of its previous pledge.
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Asian Development Bank

Australia pledged $467 million to the Asian Development Bank’s Asian Development Fund for the period 2016-20.
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