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The Pandemic Fund: Second Call for Proposals

About the Pandemic fund

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: The Pandemic Fund’s second call for proposals is an opportunity for countries to access funding to augment health security and pandemic preparedness, prevention, and response capacity building efforts.

The funding envelope for the second call for proposals is $500M, with single-country and multi-country proposal caps of $25 and $40M, respectively.

Deadline for proposals: May 17, 2024 at 11:59pm ET

Learn more and submit a proposal by visiting the online portal:

The Pandemic Fund aims to provide a dedicated stream of additional, long-term funding for critical pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response (PPR) functions in eligible countries, and will support and reinforce capacity building and implementation of pandemic PPR under the International Health Regulations (IHR) (2005) and other internationally endorsed legal frameworks, consistent with a One Health approach.

The second Call for Proposals continues to prioritize high-impact investments in the following priority areas, in recognition of the high demand for funding in these areas:

1) early warning and disease surveillance systems,

2) laboratory systems, and


3) strengthening human resources/public health and community workforce capacity, including workforce capacity related to human and animal health, and inviting Eligible Countries, Regional Entities and Implementing Entities to submit an application for funding prior to the deadline of May 17, 2024 at 23:59 ET (Washington, D.C.)


2024 Mar 5 15:30 (EST)


2024 May 17 22:59 (EST)

What is the pandemic fund second call?

The Pandemic Fund has opened its second call for proposals and is inviting interested Eligible Countries, Regional Entities, and Implementing Entities to develop full proposals for potential projects to be supported by this initial funding.

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