In the ten years since it was chartered, May 14, 1913, the Rockefeller Foundation has expended $76,757,040, roughly divided as follows:
Public Health, $18,188,838.
Medical Education, $24,716,859.
War Relief, $22,298,541.
All other philanthropic work, $10,445,628.
Its largest single gifts were for Peking Union Medical College, which it built, $10,572,976, and Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, $7,096,088.
While the purpose of the Foundation includes " the well-being of mankind throughout the world," its work is now concentrated on public health and medical education. It has carried on preventive activities,...