This is an average of the three domain scores below.
USAID received a 91.5 (A-) because it released a positive new “Acting on the Call” policy document regarding maternal and child health, and also is spending money in a way that is highly responsive to global need.
USAID received a 95.4 (A) for HIV and AIDS because although no new HIV and AIDS-related policy was publicly published, policies that scored highly previously (like the Commodity Fund) remain in effect, and USAID is spending HIV and AIDS money in a way that is highly responsive to need.
USAID received an 87.4 (B+) in Maternal and Child Health because the new Acting on the Call document was positively scored.
USAID received a 91.8 (A-) in Family Planning because it released Standard Provisions implementing the Global Gag Rule, and previous policies that received high grades (like the Gender Equality and Female Empowerment Policy, and the Vision for Action on Child Marriage) remain in place.