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How is the World Health Organization funded?

The UN agency is coordinating the global response to the coronavirus pandemic. Image: Reuters

Josephine Moulds

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Top 20 contributors to the Programme budget 2018 (US$ thousands)
Top 20 contributors to the WHO Programme budget 2018 (US$ thousands) Image: World Health Organization
WHO revenue in 2018, by source
WHO revenue in 2018, by source Image: World Health Organization
Budget, funds available and expenditure for the Programme budget 2018–2019 9 by budget segment, as at 31 December 2018 (in US$ million).
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Programme budget expenses, by major office and category, 2018 (US$ million)
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