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Note: Proceeds are the funds made available to GAVI for the period from donor contributions and commitments, either through cash payments made to GAVI, through the frontloading via the capital markets of a donor future commitment to IFFIm, or AMC funds released to GAVI via the World Bank. Proceeds are subject to change from factors including new pledges announcements, GAVI's cash flow needs from IFFIm and the impact of foreign currency changes. Figures do not include IFFIm agreements that have yet to be formally signed.
All 2000-2012 direct and GAVI Matching Fund contributions are recorded in US dollars at the actual exchange rates for the day of cash received. All 2013-2031 direct and GAVI Matching Fund pledges are expressed in US dollars at 31 March 2013 exchange rates.
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Contributions comprise direct contributions already received by GAVI from donors, contributions made to IFFIm and the AMC donor contributions to the World Bank. All 2000-2012 direct, Matching Fund, and AMC contributions are recorded in US dollars at the actual exchange rates for the day of cash received. All 2013-2031 direct, Matching Fund, and AMC pledges are expressed in US dollars at 31 March 2013 exchange rates.All 2000-2012 IFFIm contributions are recorded in US dollars at the actual exchange rates for the day of cash received. All 2013-2031 IFFIm pledges by donors in US dollars and US dollar equivalent amounts of national currency pledges calculated using prevailing exchange rate at the time of signing of the grant agreement. These contributions are hedged at the time the grant agreement is signed. These contributions have not been reduced by a notional 3% provision to allow for any potential reduction arising from the High Level Financing Condition of the IFFIm Finance Framework Agreement.
Comic Relief is UK-based charity that strives to create a just world free from poverty. Its mission is to drive positive change through the power of entertainment. Since being launched on Christmas Day in 1985, live on BBC television, Comic Relief has raised millions of pounds through two big fundraising campaigns: Red Nose Day and Sport Relief. That money is used to tackle the root causes of poverty and social injustice. The idea is simple: Comic Relief makes the public laugh as a way to raise money to help people in desperate need.
In 2012, Comic Relief raised £2.5 million (about US$ 3.9 million) toward children’s immunisation from the Sport Relief campaign. Sport Relief is one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, attracting major stars to call attention to critical needs, such as immunisation.
In 2013, Comic relief pledged an additional £ 5 million (US$ 7.6 million) from the Red Nose Day campaign.
All of Comic Relief’s contributions are matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, bringing the sum to £ 15 million (US$ 23 million)
Contributions and pledges in total:
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