MMV has received funding and support from government agencies, private foundations, international organizations, corporations, corporate foundations, and private individuals. These funds are used to finance the MMV portfolio of research and development projects to provide new, effective and affordable medicines for the treatment and prevention of malaria. They also support specific, targeted access and product management interventions to facilitate access to MMV products by vulnerable populations in malaria-endemic countries.
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MMV's funding and expenditure figures are updated on an annual basis. These graphs can be viewed on the funding and expenditure  page.
MMV also received ‘In-kind’ contributions such as the use of facilities, pharmaceutical technologies (e.g. high-throughput screening), staff resources, laboratories and unique resources such as general or tailored compound libraries. MMV estimates its in-kind contributions by large pharmaceutical companies to be at a level at least equivalent to the funds committed to projects by MMV.