Federal HIV/AIDS Spending: Budget Chartbooks
What is now known as HIV/AIDS was first identified in the U.S. in 1981. Specific federal funding for HIV/AIDS also began that year with the appropriation of several hundred thousand dollars for biomedical research. Since that time, funding has grown to more than $18 billion in fiscal year 2004 for research, prevention, care and assistance, and international programs and activities.
The Kaiser Family Foundation’s Federal HIV/AIDS Spending: A Budget Chartbook, provides the most recent spending data on federal funding for HIV/AIDS, including information on spending trends since FY 1995 and data on specific programs. The most recent chartbook includes data for FY 2002.