From 2009 through 2013, the Rockefeller Foundation invested $94 million dollars to the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health cause. They renewed their commitment in 2013 and raised the contribution to $6 million, bringing the total to $100 million in support of health services.
Through the Impact Awards, Stars Foundation commits to recognizing the work of 120 organizations that are responsive to the needs of the communities they serve, can demonstrate their impact on the lives of children and their communities, and have solid institutional practices and procedures in place.
TY Danjuma Foundation
The TY Danjuma Foundation commits $5 million over the next 5 years in Nigeria: in grants to women and children’s health initiatives under its Community Health Initiatives Programme.
United Nations Foundation
To support the updated Global Strategy on Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health and to accelerate progress towards ensuring that every woman, child, and adolescent survives and thrives, the United Nations Foundation commits to catalyzing at least USD $90M over the next three years (from September 2015 through December 2018), together with its partners.
Wellbeing Foundation Africa
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (The Foundation) will continue to lead in catalyzing multi-sectorial partnerships for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) in Nigeria, committing to the development of collaborations for RMNCAH efforts, focusing on funding for Universal Health Coverage; financial inclusion for women and families; improved data/information management systems for RMNCAH; improved health commodities delivery to women, children and adolescents; and RMNCAH advocacy.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation commits to continue providing financial support to international family planning and reproductive health indefinitely. Through 2020, the Hewlett Foundation expects to maintain at least the current level of committing US $22 million annually to international family planning and reproductive health, including extending approximately US $13 million in grants for a combination of direct service provision and advocacy specifically related to family planning.