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Funds raised US$463,612,186
Nets funded 224,928,599
People protected 404,871,478

AMF's Funding Gap

AMF's funding horizon is three years. This page explains the size of the gaps for commitments that need to be made in this period.

This page shows AMF's immediate funding gap i.e. the funding we could put to work immediately to protect people when they sleep at night to save lives and prevent illness from malaria. The longer it takes us to raise these funds, the longer people may stay unprotected or may not be protected at all.

Immediate funding gap: $0.00m

Why every $2 net matters

1. Funds in hand
able to be committed
$201.68m
- 2. Committed
(under contract)
$134.55m
= 3. Available to be committed
$67.13m
         
- 4. AMF approved programmes seeking funding
$55.78m
= 5. Immediate funding gap
$0.00m
 
           

As there is an immediate funding gap, funds received are put to work immediately. Each donation is allocated to a specific net distribution and that information shared with the donor, along with the exact number of nets bought and an estimate of the number of people protected. The donor is able to follow, via a personal weblink, the progress of their nets from manufacture, through shipping and in-country transport, to distribution.

1. Funds in hand able to be committed $201.68m
 
2. Committed (under contract)
    Nets ▼ details -$113.17m
    Monitoring ▼ details -$21.38m
    Total -$134.55m
 
3. Available to be committed $67.13m
 
4. AMF approved programmes seeking funding ▼ details -$55.78m
 
5. Immediate funding gap $0.00m
 
6. Allocated to help close the Near-term funding gap (see 'Overall Funding Gap' tab) $11.36m
 
7. Discussion stage ▼ details