IFFIm's financial base consists of legally-binding grants from nine sovereign sponsors. By signing the grant agreements, these countries have agreed to pay these obligations in a specified schedule of payments.
To date, the sponsoring countries have committed to pay the following US$ equivalent amounts:
|| Currency of pledge
| United Kingdom
||US$ 2,980 million over 23 years
||GBP 1,630 million
||US$ 1,720 million over 20 years
||EUR 1,240 million
||US$ 635 million over 20 years
||EUR 499 million
||US$ 284 million over 20 years
||AUD 288 million
||US$ 264 million over 15 years
||US$ 27 million & NOK 1,500 million
||US$ 240 million over 20 years
||EUR 189.50 million
| The Netherlands
||US$ 114.4 million over 12 years
||EUR 80 million
||US$ 38 million over 15 years
||SEK 276 million
| South Africa
||US$ 20 million over 20 years
||US$ 20 million
- The table above shows IFFIm pledges by donors in US dollars and US dollar equivalent amounts of national currency pledges calculated using applicable exchange rates.
- Brazil pledged the equivalent of US$ 20 million. A grant agreement is pending.
- At the Berlin pledging conference on 27 January 2015, Australia, France, and the Netherlands made additional pledges to IFFIm of A$ 37.5 million, €150 million, and €60 million respectively. While Australia’s grant agreement has been signed, France and the Netherlands are in process of finalising their respective agreements. These new pledges combined with the existing pledges will bring the total amount of donor commitments to IFFIm to US$6.5 billion.
IFFIm issues bonds based on long-term donor pledges
Source: Gavi 2016.