Represents total known base funding provided through the State Department, USAID, CDC, NIH, and DoD. HIV includes funding through State/OGAC, USAID, CDC, NIH, and DoD. Global Fund includes funding through State. Malaria includes funding through USAID, CDC, NIH, and DoD. TB includes funding through USAID and CDC. Nutrition, NTDs, and Vulnerable Children include funding through USAID. MCH includes funding through USAID and CDC as well as contributions to UNICEF. FP/RH includes funding through USAID as well as contributions to UNFPA. Global Health Security includes funding through USAID, CDC, and DoD. “Other” includes funding through USAID, CDC, and NIH, as well as contributions to WHO and PAHO, and the Emergency Reserve Fund, which was created in the FY17 Omnibus bill to respond to contagious infectious disease outbreaks, and would be made available if there is an “emerging health threat that poses severe threats to human health.” Some FY21 global health funding provided through CDC, NIH, DoD, and the Economic Support Fund (ESF) and Development Assistance (DA) accounts at USAID is not yet known; for comparison purposes, these are estimated using prior year levels. SOURCE:KFF analysis of data from the Office of Management and Budget, Agency Congressional Budget Justifications, Congressional Appropriations Bills, and U.S. Foreign Assistance Dashboard [website], available at: www.foreignassistance.gov.