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TRANSPARENCY SCORE
The transparency grade represents the expectation that the federal government should make data about U.S. global health assistance available, accessible, and informative. To see the transparency grade, toggle below.

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TRANSPARENCY SCORE
The transparency grade represents the expectation that the federal government should make data about U.S. global health assistance available, accessible, and informative. To see the transparency grade, toggle below.

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This is an average of the three domain scores below.

YEAR 2017

White House

The White House received a 72.6 (C-) because of its passage of the Global Gag Rule and its decision to entirely defund UNFPA.

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A-
A-

HIV & AIDS

 

The White House received a 90.5 (A-) for HIV and AIDS because in spite of the negative impact of the Global Gag Rule on HIV and AIDS response globally, the White House recommended a high level of funding for HIV and AIDS in the FY18 budget.

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C+

Maternal and Child Health (MCH)

 

The White House received a 78.7 (C+) for Maternal and Child Health, because the Global Gag Rule, enacted this year, negatively impacts sexual and reproductive health broadly, including maternal and child health.

F
F

Family Planning (FP)

 

The White House received a 40.5 (F) for Family Planning because of its enactment of the Global Gag Rule and its decision in the FY18 budget request to entirely defund UNFPA and zero out the international family planning budget.