Governments and philanthropic foundations have pledged vital funding to CEPI to advance our work against COVID-19 and our ‘CEPI 2.0’ pandemic preparedness plan.
We encourage other potential donors to back our $3.5bn ambition to develop globally accessible vaccines against future epidemics and pandemics in 100 days.
Funding pandemic preparedness
We welcome the generous pledges made by our donors to accelerate our work.
Our donors map (above) highlights the funding commitments pledged towards CEPI 2.0, our $3.5bn forward-looking pandemic preparedness plan covering our next five-year period from 2022-2026.
In addition to these pledges made as part of our replenishment, CEPI has already received financial support from over 30 countries and philanthropies.
View the full list of contributions and pledges made to CEPI since our launch in 2017.
A global coalition
CEPI is an innovative global partnership between public, private, philanthropic, and civil society organisations. Join our coalition and help us create a future in which epidemics are no longer a threat to humanity.
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