The trend is for donors to provide aid for health through multilateral channels. The share of multilateral assistance has grown from 25% in 1980 to 40% in 1990 and is likely to exceed 50% in 1995. Disbursements of World Bank funds for health have risen from about $350 million in 1992 to about $1,000 million, making it the largest single source of external funding for health. In 1990, the World Bank proposed to the donor community a 3% annual increase in aid during the 1990s, to be targeted at poverty-reducing activities, including basic health care; it also recommended an immediate restoration of the health aid budget to 7% of total development aid. Similarly, UNDP proposed in its [Human Development Report 1993] (also endorsed by UNICEF) that 20% of aid be spent on health, education, water and sanitation, and environmental protection for the world's poor.