Total Allocations: $166,498,383

Allocations are the planned amounts detailed in the COPs. They represent budget information, not actual expenditure

Total Expenditures: $47,042,039

Expenditures are actual expenditure data released by PEPFAR through Expenditure Analyses (EAs). EAs have been progressively rolled out in countries/regions - 10 in FY2012, 19 in FY2013, and 36 since FY2014.

Top Partner Programs

Not Available* : $34,851,394 - 20.93%
South Sudan
2007 $6,676,087
2008 $4,401,000
2009 $5,802,000
2010 $3,390,000
2011 $3,025,000
2012 $3,217,187
2013 $929,565
2014 $4,900,000
2015 $412,178
2016 $800,000
2018 $1,298,377
IntraHealth International, Inc. : $23,418,367 - 14.07%
South Sudan
2008 $1,721,000
2010 $2,000,000
2011 $2,371,500
2012 $1,875,000
2013 $2,480,500
2014 $1,039,705
2015 $3,205,855
2016 $1,309,639
2017 $3,116,925
2018 $4,298,243
Columbia University : $16,768,636 - 10.07%
South Sudan
2012 $566,854
2013 $1,547,338
2014 $1,800,000
2015 $4,302,638
2016 $2,917,520
2017 $2,330,705
2018 $3,303,581
USG Aggregated Agencies : $13,727,402 - 8.24%
South Sudan
2007 $208,913
2010 $1,155,610
2011 $2,365,000
2012 $1,010,643
2015 $2,223,971
2016 $2,954,549
2017 $1,808,716
2018 $2,000,000
Catholic Medical Mission Board : $13,000,467 - 7.81%
South Sudan
2010 $1,190,000
2011 $1,220,000
2012 $1,220,000
2013 $976,000
2014 $500,000
2015 $2,499,109
2016 $1,610,620
2017 $1,638,403
2018 $2,146,335
Johns Hopkins University : $11,897,422 - 7.15%
South Sudan
2013 $3,230,000
2014 $1,500,000
2015 $2,241,821
2016 $2,019,287
2017 $1,462,240
2018 $1,444,074
FHI 360 : $11,891,907 - 7.14%
South Sudan
2011 $3,430,000
2012 $2,868,967
2013 $1,700,000
2015 $1,051,916
2016 $2,274,062
2017 $566,962
Partnership for Supply Chain Management : $6,966,455 - 4.18%
South Sudan
2009 $332,480
2010 $200,000
2011 $200,000
2012 $2,922,349
2013 $784,000
2014 $1,000,000
2015 $1,527,626
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention : $6,069,381 - 3.65%
South Sudan
2008 $1,503,000
2009 $1,251,520
2010 $140,000
2011 $45,000
2013 $1,429,566
2014 $1,700,295
Chemonics International : $5,282,118 - 3.17%
South Sudan
2016 $4,145,007
2017 $691,359
2018 $445,752
Amref Health Africa : $4,441,522 - 2.67%
South Sudan
2015 $1,100,000
2016 $1,150,000
2017 $931,522
2018 $1,260,000
U.S. Agency for International Development : $3,606,185 - 2.17%
South Sudan
2008 $1,104,869
2009 $1,131,000
2011 $33,000
2012 $330,000
2013 $807,316
2014 $200,000
Management Sciences for Health : $3,374,000 - 2.03%
South Sudan
2010 $1,000,000
2011 $504,000
2013 $350,000
2014 $560,000
2015 $960,000
RTI International : $2,341,287 - 1.41%
South Sudan
2013 $100,000
2016 $1,188,200
2018 $1,053,087
Catholic Relief Services : $1,601,235 - 0.96%
South Sudan
2016 $625,418
2017 $479,950
2018 $495,867
U.S. Department of Defense : $1,187,500 - 0.71%
South Sudan
2011 $327,500
2012 $35,000
2013 $725,000
2014 $100,000
Population Services International : $1,000,000 - 0.60%
South Sudan
2008 $1,000,000
Association of Public Health Laboratories : $900,000 - 0.54%
South Sudan
2012 $300,000
2013 $300,000
2014 $300,000
Management Systems International : $690,390 - 0.41%
South Sudan
2009 $300,000
2010 $390,390
Abt Associates : $590,000 - 0.35%
South Sudan
2011 $590,000
Measure Evaluation : $515,000 - 0.31%
South Sudan
2010 $80,000
2011 $435,000
Pact, Inc. : $500,000 - 0.30%
South Sudan
2015 $500,000
United Nations Children's Fund : $496,715 - 0.30%
South Sudan
2013 $496,715
Save the Children : $481,000 - 0.29%
South Sudan
2008 $481,000
International HIV/AIDS Alliance : $400,000 - 0.24%
South Sudan
2014 $400,000
African Society for Laboratory Medicine : $200,000 - 0.12%
South Sudan
2013 $200,000
New Partner : $200,000 - 0.12%
South Sudan
2012 $200,000
Kenya Medical Research Institute : $60,000 - 0.04%
South Sudan
2008 $40,000
2009 $20,000
World Health Organization : $40,000 - 0.02%
South Sudan
2013 $40,000
John Snow, Inc : $0 - 0.00%
South Sudan
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