Our Impact

How We Measure Our Work

At the Clinton Foundation, we believe data should be used to guide how programs are designed and implemented. We leverage both quantitative and qualitative information in order to promote evidence-based decision-making and help the Foundation and our community of partners achieve greater results in people’s lives across the country and around the world.

Below is a snapshot of our cumulative impact since 2001.

  • 435M PEOPLE SERVED

    by nearly 4,000 projects and partnerships made through the Clinton Global Initiative — affecting people in more than 180 countries worldwide.

  • 30M U.S. CHILDREN

    leading healthier lives through the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.*

  • 21M PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

    with access to lifesaving HIV/AIDS medications through the Clinton Health Access Initiative.*

  • 461K STUDENTS & EDUCATORS

    have participated in world-class educational and cultural programming free-of-charge from the Clinton Presidential Center.

  • 160K FARMERS

    in Malawi, Rwanda, and Tanzania who have improved their lives working with the Clinton Development Initiative.

  • 11.4K UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

    from more than 160 countries and 137 institutions of higher education turning their ideas into action through CGI University.

  • 350+ DISTINGUISHED LEADERS

    applying lessons learned from the presidencies of Lyndon Baines Johnson, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush to make a difference in their communities through the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program.

  • 1.2M CHILDREN’S BOOKS

    donated and provided to families in communities that are under-resourced through Too Small to Fail.

  • 530K DOSES OF NALOXONE

    distributed to recovery residences, high schools, universities, and community organizations through the Overdose Response Network.

  • 71 MW OF CLEAN ENERGY

    projects facilitated in island nations through the Clinton Climate Initiative.

  • $500M IN FUNDING FOR HAITI

    committed by members the CGI Haiti Action Network.

  • 117 RESPONSE & RESILIENCY PROJECTS

    made for Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Caribbean through the CGI Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery (with estimated value of $385 million when fully funded and implemented).

  • $3.3B IN ECONOMIC IMPACT

    catalyzed for Little Rock and North Little Rock through the Clinton Presidential Center, according to a 2014 report from the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce.

*Independent and associated programs