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Economic aid - recipient

This page shows the value of the Economic aid - recipient information field for all countries in the Country Guide.

Notes on this field are available at the Information Field Notes page.

Afghanistan

US provided about $70 million in humanitarian assistance in 1997; US continues to contribute to multilateral assistance through the UN programs of food aid, immunization, land mine removal, and a wide range of aid to refugees and displaced persons

Albania

EU pledged $100 million to share with The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (1999)

Algeria

$897.5 million (1994)

American Samoa

$NA; note - important financial support from the US

Andorra

none

Angola

$493.1 million (1995)

Anguilla

$3.5 million (1995)

Antigua and Barbuda

$2.3 million (1995)

Argentina

$2.833 billion (1995)

Armenia

$245.5 million (1995)

Aruba

$26 million (1995); note - the Netherlands provided a $127 million aid package to Aruba and Suriname in 1996

Azerbaijan

ODA, $113 million (1996)

Bahamas, The

$9.8 million (1995)

Bahrain

$48.4 million (1995)

Bangladesh

$1.475 billion (FY96/97)

Barbados

$9.1 million (1995)

Belarus

$194.3 million (1995)

Belize

$23.4 million (1995)

Benin

$281.2 million (1995)

Bermuda

$27.9 million (1995)

Bhutan

$73.8 million (1995)

Bolivia

$588 million (1997)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

$1.2 billion (1997 pledged)

Botswana

$73 million (1995)

Brazil

$1.012 billion (1995)

British Virgin Islands

$2.6 million (1995)

Brunei

$4.3 million (1995)

Bulgaria

$NA

Burkina Faso

$484.1 million (1995)

Burundi

$1.344 billion (1999 est.)

Cambodia

$470 million pledged in grants and concessional loans for 2000 by international donors

Cameroon

$606.1 million (1995); note - France signed two loan agreements totaling $55 million in September 1997, and the Paris Club agreed in October 1997 to reduce the official debt by 50% and to reschedule it on favorable terms with a consolidation of payments due through 2000

Cape Verde

$111.3 million (1995)

Cayman Islands

$NA

Central African Republic

$172.2 million (1995); note - traditional budget subsidies from France

Chad

$238.3 million (1995); note - $125 million committed by Taiwan (August 1997); $30 million committed by African Development Bank

Chile

ODA, $50.3 million (1996 est.)

China

$NA

Christmas Island

$NA

Cocos (Keeling) Islands

$NA

Colombia

$40.7 million (1995)

Comoros

$28.1 million (1997)

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

$195.3 million (1995)

Congo, Republic of the

$159.1 million (1995)

Cook Islands

$13.1 million (1995); note - New Zealand furnishes the greater part

Costa Rica

$107.1 million (1995)

Cote d'Ivoire

ODA, $1 billion (1996 est.)

Croatia

$NA

Cuba

$68.2 million (1997 est.)

Cyprus

Greek Cypriot area - $17 million (1998); Turkish Cypriot area - $700 million from Turkey in grants and loans (1990-97) that are usually forgiven

Czech Republic

$351.6 million (1995)

Djibouti

$106.3 million (1995)

Dominica

$24.4 million (1995)

Dominican Republic

$239.6 million (1995)

Ecuador

$695.7 million (1995)

Egypt

ODA, $2.25 billion (1999)

El Salvador

total $252 million; $57 million from US (1999 est.)

Equatorial Guinea

$33.8 million (1995)

Eritrea

$123.1 million (1997)

Estonia

$137.3 million (1995)

Ethiopia

$367 million (FY95/96)

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

$1.7 million (1995)

Faroe Islands

$150 million (annual subsidy from Denmark) (1995)

Fiji

$40.3 million (1995)

French Guiana

$NA

French Polynesia

$450.4 million (1995)

Gabon

$331 million (1995)

Gambia, The

$45.4 million (1995)

Gaza Strip

$800 million pledged (includes West Bank) (1999)

Georgia

$212.7 million (1995)

Ghana

$477.3 million (1995)

Gibraltar

$NA

Greece

$5.4 billion from EU (1997 est.)

Greenland

$427 million (annual subsidy from Denmark) (1995)

Grenada

$8.3 million (1995)

Guadeloupe

$NA; note - substantial annual French subsidies

Guam

$NA; note - although Guam receives no foreign aid, it does receive large transfer payments from the general revenues of the US Federal Treasury into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

Guatemala

$212 million (1995)

Guernsey

$NA

Guinea

$433.6 million (1995)

Guinea-Bissau

$115.4 million (1995)

Guyana

$84 million (1995), Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative (HIPC) $253 million (1997)

Haiti

$730.6 million (1995)

Holy See (Vatican City)

none

Honduras

$557.8 million (1999)

Hong Kong

none

Hungary

$122.7 million (1995)

Iceland

$NA

India

$2.9 billion (FY98/99)

Indonesia

$43 billion from IMF program and other official external financing (1997-2000)

Iran

$116.5 million (1995)

Iraq

$327.5 million (1995)

Israel

$1.1 billion from the US (1999)

Jamaica

$102.7 million (1995)

Jersey

none

Jordan

ODA, $850 million (1996 est.)

Kazakhstan

$409.6 million (1995)

Kenya

$457 million (1997)

Kiribati

$15.5 million (1995), largely from UK and Japan

Korea, North

$NA; note - an estimated $200 million to $300 million in humanitarian aid from US, South Korea, Japan, and EU in 1997 plus much additional aid from the UN and non-governmental organizations

Korea, South

$NA

Kuwait

$27.6 million (1995)

Kyrgyzstan

$329.4 million (1995)

Laos

$345 million (1999 est.)

Latvia

$96.2 million (1995)

Lebanon

$3.5 billion (pledges 1997-2001)

Lesotho

$123.7 million (1995)

Liberia

$200 million pledged (1998)

Libya

$8.4 million (1995)

Liechtenstein

none

Lithuania

$228.5 million (1995)

Macau

$NA

Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of

Taiwan $10.5 million; EU $100 million to be split with Albania (1999)

Madagascar

$838 million (1997)

Malawi

$416.5 million (1995)

Maldives

$NA

Mali

$596.4 million (1995)

Malta

$NA

Man, Isle of

$NA

Marshall Islands

approximately $65 million annually from the US

Martinique

$NA; note - substantial annual aid from France

Mauritania

$227.9 million (1995)

Mauritius

$42 million (1997)

Mayotte

$107.7 million (1995); note - extensive French financial assistance

Mexico

$1.166 billion (1995)

Micronesia, Federated States of

$79 million (1998); note - under terms of the Compact of Free Association, the US will provide $1.3 billion in grant aid during the period 1986-2001

Moldova

$100.8 million (1995); note - $547 million from the IMF and World Bank (1992-99)

Monaco

$NA

Mongolia

$250 million (1998 est.)

Montserrat

$9.8 million (1995); note - about $100 million (1996-98) in reconstruction aid from the UK; Country Policy Plan (1999) is a three-year program for spending $122.8 million in British budgetary assistance

Morocco

$565.6 million (1995)

Mozambique

$1.115 billion (1995)

Myanmar

$99 million (FY98/99)

Namibia

$127 million (1998)

Nauru

$2.25 million from Australia (FY96/97 est.)

Nepal

$411 million (FY97/98)

Netherlands Antilles

$NA; note - Netherlands provided a $97 million aid package in 1996

New Caledonia

$770 million from France (1998)

Nicaragua

pledges of $1.4 billion in new aid in 1999

Niger

$222 million (1995)

Nigeria

$39.2 million (1995)

Niue

$8.3 million (1995)

Norfolk Island

$NA

Northern Mariana Islands

$21.1 million (1995)

Oman

$76.4 million (1995)

Pakistan

$2 billion (FY97/98)

Palau

$155.8 million (1995); note - the Compact of Free Association with the US, entered into after the end of the UN trusteeship on 1 October 1994, will provide Palau with up to $700 million in US aid over 15 years in return for furnishing military facilities

Panama

$197.1 million (1995)

Papua New Guinea

$400 million (1999 est.)

Paraguay

$NA

Peru

$895.1 million (1995)

Philippines

ODA, $1.1 billion (1998)

Pitcairn Islands

$NA

Poland

$4.312 billion (1995)

Puerto Rico

$NA

Qatar

$NA

Reunion

$NA; note - substantial annual subsidies from France

Romania

$510.1 million (1995)

Russia

$8.523 billion (1995)

Rwanda

$591.5 million (1997); note - in the summer of 1998, Rwanda presented its policy objectives and development priorities to donor governments resulting in multiyear pledges in the amount of $250 million

Saint Helena

$12.6 million (1995); note - $5.3 million from UK (1997)

Saint Kitts and Nevis

$5.5 million (1995)

Saint Lucia

$51.8 million (1995)

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

approximately $65 million in annual grants from France

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

$47.5 million (1995); note - EU $34.5 million (1998)

Samoa

$42.9 million (1995)

San Marino

$NA

Sao Tome and Principe

$57.3 million (1995)

Senegal

$647.5 million (1995)

Serbia and Montenegro

$NA

Seychelles

$16.4 million (1995)

Sierra Leone

$203.7 million (1995)

Singapore

$NA

Slovakia

$421.9 million (1995)

Slovenia

ODA, $5 million (1993)

Solomon Islands

$46.4 million (1995)

Somalia

$191.5 million (1995)

South Africa

$676.3 million

Sri Lanka

$577 million (1998)

Sudan

$187 million (1997)

Suriname

Netherlands provided $37 million for project and program assistance, European Development Fund $4 million, Belgium $2 million (1998)

Svalbard

$8.7 million from Norway (1997)

Swaziland

$55 million (1995)

Syria

$199 million (1997 est.)

Taiwan

$NA

Tajikistan

$64.7 million (1995)

Tanzania

$963 million (1997)

Thailand

$1.732 billion (1995)

Togo

$201.1 million (1995)

Tokelau

$3.8 million (1995)

Tonga

$38.8 million (1995)

Trinidad and Tobago

$121.4 million (1995)

Tunisia

$933.2 million (1995); note - ODA, $90 million (1998 est.)

Turkey

ODA, $195 million (1993)

Turkmenistan

$27.2 million (1995)

Turks and Caicos Islands

$5.7 million (1995)

Tuvalu

$7.9 million (1995); note - substantial annual support from an international trust fund

Uganda

$839.9 million (1997)

Ukraine

$637.7 million (1995); IMF Extended Funds Facility $2.2 billion (1998)

United Arab Emirates

$NA

Uruguay

$NA

Uzbekistan

$276.6 million (1995)

Vanuatu

$45.8 million (1995)

Venezuela

$35 million with more assistance likely as a result of flooding (1999)

Vietnam

$2 billion in credits and grants pledged by international donors for 1999 and again for 2000

Virgin Islands

$NA

Wallis and Futuna

assistance from France

West Bank

$800 million pledged (includes Gaza Strip) (1999)

Western Sahara

$NA

World

traditional worldwide foreign aid $50 billion (1997 est.)

Yemen

$176.1 million (1995)

Zambia

$1.99 billion (1995)

Zimbabwe

$437.6 million (1995)
 

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