Financial Tracking

By Recipient

Updated September 21, 2016

                                                             Guinea (USD Millions)
          2015         2016         2017 Total (2015-2017)
Requirements 774,920 1,035,221.02 787,793 2,573,494
Pledged  – –  –   1,014,500
Committed  – –  –   –
Disbursed  – –  –   226,200
Percent of Pledges Disbursed  – –  –   22.3%
Pledges Against Requirement  – –  –   39.0%
Disbursement Against Requirement  – –  –   8.7%

 

                                                             Liberia (USD Millions)
            2015          2016        2017 Total (2015-2017)
Requirements 137,100 668,500 451,700 1,257,300
Pledged  – –  –   1,265,400
Committed  – –  –   –
Disbursed  –  – –   402,900
Percent of Pledges Disbursed  – –  –   31.8%
Pledges Against Requirement  – –  –   100%
Disbursement Against Requirement –  –   32.0%

 

                                                        Sierra Leone (USD Millions)
  2015 2016 2017 Total (2015-2017)
Requirements 644,900 410,800 227,500 1,282,200
Pledged  – –  –   1,427,200
Committed  – –  –   
Disbursed  – –  –   371,100
Percent of Pledges Disbursed  – –  –   26.0%
Pledges Against Requirement –  –  –   100%
Disbursement Against Requirement –  –  –   28.9%

 

                                                     Mano River Union (USD Millions)
  2015 2016 2017 Total (2015-2017)
Requirements 600 2,000,000 1,400,000 4,000,000
Pledged  – –  –   836,700
Committed  – –  –  – 
Disbursed  – –  –  23,700
Percent of Pledges Disbursed        2.8%
Pledges Against Requirement        20.9%
Disbursement Against Requirement        0.5%

 

By Donor

Updated September 21, 2016

Donor
Amount Pledged[1]
Amount Disbursed
Percentage of Pledge Disbursed
African Development Bank $745.0 million

 

Note: For Mano River region.

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Azerbaijan $500,000 Awaiting information Awaiting information
Belgium $8.9 million

 

Note: Funding disbursed to United Nations Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF).

$8.9 million 100%

 

China $5.0 million[2]

 

Note: Funding disbursed to United Nations MPTF.

$5.0 million

 

100%
European Commission Total: $449.3[3]

Guinea: $148.9 million

Liberia: $121.0 million

Sierra Leone: $171.4 million

Multi country projects: $8.0 million

Total: $289.4

Guinea: $40.9 million

Liberia: $89.0 million

Sierra Leone: $159.4 million

Total: 64.4%

Guinea: 27.4%

Liberia: 73.5%

Sierra Leone: 92.9%

France Total: $167.8 million

Guinea: $167.8 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Germany Total: $235.5 million[4]

Guinea: $59.9 million

Liberia: $111.1 million

Sierra Leone $64.5 million

 

Note: Funding was disbursed to the German implementing agencies KfW and GIZ.

Total: $235.5 million

Guinea: $59.9 million

Liberia: $111.1 million

Sierra Leone $64.5 million

 

Total: 100%

Guinea: 100%

Liberia: 100%

Sierra Leone 100%

 

Ireland Total: $11.9 million

Liberia: $5.9 million

Sierra Leone: $6.0 million

Total: $11.9 million

Liberia: $5.9 million

Sierra Leone: $6.0 million

100%
Islamic Development Bank Total: $360.0 million

Guinea: $220.0 million

Sierra Leone: $140.0 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Italy $4.4 million Awaiting information Awaiting information
Japan Total: $80.3 million[5]

Guinea: $11.8 million

Liberia: $11.4 million

Sierra Leone: $6.6 million

Mano River Region: $50.5 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Korea $5.0 million[6]

 

Note: Funding disbursed to United Nations MPTF.

$5.0 million

 

100%
Luxembourg Total: $886,600

 

Note: $664,950 disbursed to United Nations MPTF and $221,650 to the World Health Organization (WHO).

$886,600

 

 

100%
Netherlands $2.5 million[7]

 

Note: Contribution supports a regional collaboration between Ghana and Sierra Leone, and Rwanda and Guinea.

$2.5 million 100%
Portugal Awaiting information Awaiting information Awaiting information
Russia[8] Total: $20.2 million

Guinea: $17.2 million

Non-earmarked: $3.9 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Spain Total: $2.2 million

Liberia: $624,499

Non-earmarked: $1.5 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
Turkey $1.5 million

 

Note: Funding disbursed to United Nations MPTF.

$1.5 million

 

100%
UK Total: $391.6 million[9]

Liberia: $13.6 million

Sierra Leone: $378.0 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
USA Total: $266.0 million

Guinea: $59.0 million

Liberia: $147.0 million

Sierra Leone: $60.0 million

Awaiting information Awaiting information
World Bank Total: $1,785.4 million[10]

Guinea: $347.1 million

Liberia: $854.8 million

Sierra Leone: $583.5 million

Total: $463.5 million

Guinea: $125.4 million

Liberia: $196.9 million

Sierra Leone: $141.2 million

Total: 25.9%

Guinea: 36.1%

Liberia: 23.0%

Sierra Leone: 24.1%

Total $4,543.8 $1,023.9 million 22.5%

[1] Pledge made at July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, or latest information provided by donor.

[2] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, China pledged $6.0 million to the MPTF in 2014.

[3] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, the European Commission pledged $31 million in to Guinea; $63.8 million to Liberia; $47.6 million to Sierra Leone; and 68.4 million for the Mano Region for a total of $210 million.

[4] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, Germany pledged $280.9 million including $8.5 million for Guinea in 2014; $12.5 million for Liberia in 2014 and $28 million in the spring of 2015 for a total of $40.5 million; $16.9 million for Sierra Leone in 2014; and $215 million for the Mano River Region.

[5] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, Japan pledged $20.0 million for the Mano River Region.

[6] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, Korea pledged $5.0 million to the MPTF in 2014.

[7] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, the Netherlands pledged $5.5 million to the “Ebola Recovery and Reconstruction Trust Fund of the World Bank.”

[8] Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, Russia pledged $31.2 million, including $25.1 million for Guinea in 2014 and $6.1 million in 2015.

[9]Prior to the July 2015 International Ebola Recovery Conference, the UK pledged $148 million for Sierra Leone.

[10] The World Bank’s contribution of $1,620 million was announced by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim in the April 2015 meeting “Ebola: The Road to Recovery.” See: http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/speech/2015/04/17/transcript-event-ebola-road-to-recovery