Currency fluctuations are a major concern for Global Fund stakeholders, particularly recipient countries whose domestic currency can experience significant shifts over relatively short periods of time. The strength of both the US dollar and the Euro in recent years has further exacerbated this issue for many countries.
The amount of money available for country allocations for 2017-2019 is $10.3 billion. This amount includes $1.1 billion in unutilized funds from the 2014-2016 allocation period. See the table for details on how the final amount was calculated.
Table: Calculation of amount available for allocations to countries in 2017-2019 ($US)
De 1990 à 2015, le produit intérieur brut (PIB) a augmenté à un taux annuel moyen de 3,86 % en Afrique sub-saharienne, contre 2,79 % au niveau mondial.
From 1990 to 2015, gross domestic product (GDP) rose by an average annual rate of 3.86 percent in sub-Saharan Africa, compared to 2.79 percent for the world. Those differences are even more pronounced when looking at different time periods. From 2000 to 2015 GDP in sub-Saharan Africa rose by an average of 5.04 percent compared to 2.87 percent globally, according to World Bank da