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Public private partnership

This graphic above shows connections between the Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, WHO, GAVI and other NGOs and Big Pharma... It
contains round about 6500 objects including like Persons, NGOs, Companies, Documents, etc. It also includes more than 7200 links
between them.
All information is publicly available.
The following slides presents some selected organizations from this graphic. Cause of the complexity it shows mostly only the first level
of connection.
First, you will get some general information about people from government agencies, companies and non-governmental organizations,
as well as some important events or groups. Further on in this document you will find a link analysis of these "stakeholders".
The red lines are always payments, but there might be also some black lines are payments as well. Please see link description.
Please make your own opinion and do your own research!



Total Grants by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (1994-2021) - Top 50 Rows


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, Rockefeller Foundation, World Economic Forum


GAVI, CEPI, COVAX, Find, The Global Fund


Direct Grants to Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products, Charite, RKI - Robert Koch Institut, MHRA –
Medicines & Healthcare products regulatory Agency and European Commission


Direct Grants to World Bank Group and KFW (Link Analysis)


Some “Public Websites”


Link Analysis


Link Analysis – Selected Views










Sample of Public Private Partnership - Open Letter to Biden Administration – 3rd August 2021






“Selected Person”


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF)

Direct connections (extract of entire link analysis)

Details you’ll find in separate file: CorinaNetwork_GatesFoundationOnlyDirectConnections_2021-09-12.png


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Strategic Investment FUND
Portfolio (extract):


Wellcome Trust

Direct connections (extract of entire link analysis)

Details you’ll find in separate png-file.


Rockefeller Foundation
Here you can see only a small
excerpt of the Rockefeller
Foundation. The Rockfeller
Foundation's connections are
actually much more far-reaching. No
connections to other Rockefeller
NGOs, such as Rockefeller
Philanthropy Advisors, Rockefeller
Brothers Fund, etc. are shown here.


World Economic Forum (WEF)

“The World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.
The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to
shape global, regional and industry agendas.
It was established in 1971 as a not-for-profit foundation and is headquartered in Geneva,
Switzerland. It is independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests. The Forum
strives in all its efforts to demonstrate entrepreneurship in the global public interest while
upholding the highest standards of governance. Moral and intellectual integrity is at the heart
of everything it does.
Our activities are shaped by a unique institutional culture founded on the stakeholder theory,
which asserts that an organization is accountable to all parts of society. The institution
carefully blends and balances the best of many kinds of organizations, from both the public
and private sectors, international organizations and academic institutions.
We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have
the drive and the influence to make positive change.
Read the latest Annual Report here. Find out about our Foundation Regulations and Statutes.”

“World Economic Forum Partners are leading global companies developing solutions to the
world’s greatest challenges. They are the driving force behind the Forum’s programmes.
Our Partners engage in Forum Platforms to shape the future, accessing networks and experts
to ensure strategic decision-making on the most pressing world issues.”


World Economic Forum (WEF)

Direct connections
(extract of entire link analysis)


GAVI, officially Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
(previously the GAVI Alliance, and before that the Global
Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization)
“GAVI facilitates vaccinations in developing countries by
working with donor governments, the World Health
Organization,[4] UNICEF,[5] the World Bank,[6] the vaccine
industry in both industrialised and developing countries,
research and technical agencies, civil society, the Bill &
Melinda Gates Foundation[7] and other private
philanthropists. GAVI has observer status at the World
Health Assembly.”
„Die Impfallianz Gavi wurde am 29. Januar 2000 am
Weltwirtschaftsforum (WEF – World Economic Forum) in
Davos ins Leben gerufen. “


GAVI - Direct connections (extract of entire link analysis)


GAVI has full immunity in Switzerland

zwischen dem Schweizerischen Bundesrat und GAVI Alliance
(Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization) zur Regelung
des rechtlichen Statuts von GAVI Alliance in der Schweiz


CEPI - Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations
CEPI was founded in Davos by the governments of Norway
and India, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome,
and the World Economic Forum.
To date, CEPI has secured financial support from Australia, Austria, Belgium, the Bill & Melinda Gates
Foundation, Canada, Denmark, the European Commission, Ethiopia, Finland, Germany, Hungary,
Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New
Zealand, Norway, Panama, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, The Republic of
Korea, United Kingdom, USAID, and Wellcome.


CEPI - Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations


CEPI - Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations

This link analysis shows direct path of
people are shown in previous graph.
Please have a look at separate file:




“FIND, the global alliance for diagnostics, seeks to ensure equitable access to reliable
diagnosis around the world.
We connect countries and communities, funders, decisionmakers, healthcare
providers and developers to spur diagnostic innovation and make testing an
integral part of sustainable, resilient health systems.
We are working to save 1 million lives through accessible, quality diagnosis,
and save US$1 billion in healthcare costs to patients and health systems. We
are co-convener of the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT)
Accelerator diagnostics pillar, and a WHO Collaborating Centre for Laboratory
Strengthening and Diagnostic”





Auszug aus vom 26.08.2021
Weiterführende Links:


The Global Fund

„Der Globale Fonds zur Bekämpfung von AIDS, Tuberkulose und Malaria (englisch The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, kurz GFATM) mit Sitz in Genf, Schweiz, ist ein
Finanzierungsinstrument zur Bekämpfung der drei großen Infektionskrankheiten AIDS, Tuberkulose und Malaria. Der weltweit in mehr als 100 Ländern tätige Fonds ist eines der wichtigsten Instrumente zur
Bekämpfung dieser Krankheiten.“

„Der Fonds wurde im Jahr 2002 gegründet, nachdem sich die G8-Staaten auf ihrem Treffen in Genua 2001 darauf verständigt hatten, die Finanzierung des weltweiten Kampfes gegen die drei schweren
Infektionskrankheiten AIDS, Tuberkulose und Malaria zu verstärken. Schon ein Jahr zuvor forderte der ehemalige UN-Generalsekretär Kofi Annan die Einrichtung eines solchen Fonds[2].
Der Fonds dient der Finanzierung nationaler Maßnahmen gegen die drei Krankheiten einschließlich der Stärkung von Gesundheitssystemen. Er fördert zudem die Eigenverantwortung der Regierungen, die
Mitwirkung der Zivilgesellschaft und des privaten Sektors sowie wirkungs- und genderorientierte Maßnahmen gegen Aids, Tuberkulose und Malaria.
Der ehemalige Leiter des US-AIDS-Programms PEPFAR (President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), Mark Dybul, wurde im Jahre 2012 zum Leiter des Globalen Fonds gewählt. Er hatte dieses Amt bis
Mai 2017 inne. Mark Dybul gilt in Fachkreisen als Visionär im Bereich globaler Gesundheit und hatte maßgeblich an der Gründung und Durchführung des Notfallplans des US-Präsidenten für AIDSBekämpfung (PEPFAR) beigetragen. Als Arzt mit dem Schwerpunkt Immunologie wurde er als Mediziner, Wissenschaftler und strategisch denkender Verwalter zum ausgewiesenen HIV- und AIDSExperten. Nach dem Abschied von Mark Dybul leitete Marijke Wijnroks vorübergehend die Organisation. Seit März 2018 ist Peter Sands Direktor des GFATM.“

„Deutschland und der Globale Fonds
Als viertgrößter Geber (nach den USA, Frankreich und Großbritannien) leistet Deutschland einen bedeutenden Beitrag zur weltweiten Bekämpfung von AIDS, Tuberkulose und Malaria.[13]
Zudem spielt das Land als Mitglied des Verwaltungsrats eine entscheidende Rolle dabei, den globalen Fonds bei der Umstrukturierung und Straffung von dessen Betriebsabläufen zu unterstützen, damit
die Investitionen der Organisation durchdacht getätigt werden und auf maximale Wirkung ausgerichtet sind.
Außerdem hat der Fonds ein neues Finanzierungsmodell eingeführt. Durch das neue Finanzierungsmodell wird eine stärkere Verantwortung der Länder für Projekte gefördert. Zudem wirkt das neue
Finanzierungsmodell als Anreiz für politischen Dialog mit den Programmdurchführungsländern und zielt gleichzeitig auf die Berücksichtigung von Themen der Gleichberechtigung von Männern und Frauen
sowie der sexuellen und reproduktiven Gesundheit und von Menschenrechtsbelangen ab. Der Landesdialog als Schlüsselelement des neuen Finanzierungsmodells bietet außerdem neue Chancen für das
Engagement aller Partner, auch aus der Zivilgesellschaft und der freien Wirtschaft.
Neben diesen Beiträgen ist Deutschland auch einer der führenden Schirmherren des Programms Debt2Health des Globalen Fonds, das weltweit zu einem erheblichen Anstieg der Förderung von
Programmen des Globalen Fonds geführt hat. Im Rahmen dieser Initiative hat Deutschland in Ländern wie Côte d’Ivoire, Indonesien, Pakistan und Ägypten einen Schuldenschnitt vorgenommen.“,_Tuberculosis_and_Malaria


The Global Fund


Direct grants from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to

Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products, Switzerland
Charite, Germany
RKI - Robert Koch Institut, Germany
MHRA – Medicines & Healthcare products regulatory Agency, United

• European Commission





World Bank - Partners


World Bank


IFC Internation Finance Corporation (World Bank)


GFF – Global Financing Facility (World Bank)



Some “Public Websites”
Please look at the people and organizations.
You’ll find some of them later in several link analysis.


Mai 2017 / August 2018

Four new members
complete the International
Advisory Board on Global


Mai 2018

WHO Global Preparedness Monitoring
The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board is a joint arm of the WHO
and the World Bank.

Created in response to recommendations by the UN
Secretary General’s Global Health Crises Task Force in
2017, the GPMB was co-convened by the World Health
Organization and the World Bank Group and formally
launched in May 2018


8. Mai 2019
CDU Veranstaltung – Globale Gesundheit stärken UNNachhaltigkeitsziel umsetzen


Global Health Hub Germany
The Global Health Hub Germany is a network that aims to bring together all actors interested in Global Health. The Hub wants to promote exchange, initiate new partnerships, support cooperation
and innovative approaches - across sectors and stakeholder groups.
Membership is open to both individuals and organizations from all areas and sectors involved in Global Health - stakeholders from science, the private sector, civil society and politics, as well as
from the health, environment, climate, food, agriculture, education and research sectors.
The Hub was inaugurated by Minister of Health Jens Spahn in February 2019 with a kick-off event at the Federal Ministry of Health. The Ministry of Health is providing funding for three years
(2019-2021) for the set-up of the Hub and the establishment of the office.
Since the kick-off, the number of members has increased continuously: more than 1150 individuals and organizations have by now registered to make new contacts, exchange views on current
issues and work together.
To promote cooperation and exchange, the Hub offers various possibilities and formats:
• Members can collaborate in cross-sectoral and cross-actor working groups on issues of their choice. Approximately 20 working groups have already been established on topics such as
"Universal health coverage through digital technology", "Climate and Health" or "Global Mental Health". In the "Virtual Working Space", in the members only area of the website, interested
members can join the already existing working groups to collaborate and discuss. Your topic is not included yet? No problem, you can suggest a new working group and search for fellow
members who are interested in working on the same topic.
• With different types of events the Hub promotes regular exchange between members. In addition to face-to-face events, such as the annual Global Health Talk, webinars are held regularly to
discuss current topics or present the work of the members.
• All registered members can be found in the member database in the members only area of the website. There you can search for experts on specific topics or from specific stakeholder groups.
You can send networking requests, exchange views and discuss via the website by using the chat feature.
• In an interactive forum all members can informally exchange information, ask questions or give advice.



Advisory Board on Global
Health (Germany)
Jens Spahn

29. Juli 2019


Event 201

18. Oktober 2019
Video posted by John Hopkins University:

Event 201 was supported by funding from the Open
Philanthropy Project.


World Health Summit

Berlin, Germany


Jens Spahn, CDU, Bundesgesundheitsminister (Jens Spahn - please see page 4 and 5)



Connection between BMGF, European Commission, Peter Piot, Emer Cooke (EMA), Heidi Larson (VCP), EFPIA


Connection between BMGF, European Commission, Peter Piot, Emer Cooke (EMA), Heidi Larson (VCP), EFPIA, Lothar
Wieler, Christian Drosten


Hans-Ulrich Holtherm - Neu im
Bundesgesundheitsministerium – 03/2020

Paul Zubeill - Neu im Bundesgesundheitsministerium –


Auszug BioNTech – Geschäftsbericht 2019


Link Analysis



WHO – World Health Organization


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