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CHAI Donations From Sweden Were Not Reviewed By The State Department Because Sweden Had First Donated To CHAI Before 2009



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CHAI Donations From Sweden Were Not Reviewed By The State Department Because Sweden Had First Donated To CHAI Before 2009. “In the case of Sweden, its International Development Cooperation Agency has given CHAI $7.2 million since 2012 to train health workers in Zambia, but nothing in at least the previous three years. This did not need State review because Sweden had given to the foundation prior to 2009, Daley said.” [Reuters, 3/19/15]
Reuters: CHAI Donations From Rwanda Were Not Reviewed By The State Department Because “CHAI Considered This A Fee For Medical Work It Did In The Country, Not A Grant Or Donation.” “Rwanda, which CHAI listed as a donor, gave the charity $200,000 in 2012. CHAI considered this a fee for medical work it did in the country, not a grant or donation, and so did not tell the State Department about it, Daley said.” [Reuters, 3/19/15]
Reuters: The Clinton Health Access Initiative Also Received Donations From The Governments Of Ireland, Norway, Cameroon, Canada, Flanders, Lesotho, And New Zealand Between 2009 And 2014. [Reuters, 3/19/15]
Reuters: Donated Money From Foreign Governments “Amounted To About 1 Percent Of CHAI's Total Budget.” “Money from all of these governments amounted to about 1 percent of CHAI's total budget, she said.” [Reuters, 3/19/15]
THE CLINTON HEALTH ACCESS INITIATIVE PUBLISHED A DONOR LIST IN FEBRUARY 2015



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