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Country
Economic aid - recipient
Afghanistan international pledges made by more than 60 countries and international financial institutions at the Tokyo Donors Conference for Afghan reconstruction in January 2002 reached $4.5 billion through 2006, with $1.8 billion allocated for 2002; another $1.7 billion was pledged for 2003.
Albania ODA: $315 million (top donors were Italy, EU, Germany) (2000 est.)
Algeria $182 million (2001 est.)
American Samoa important financial support from the US, more than $40 million in 1994
Andorra none
Angola $383.5 million (1999)
Anguilla $3.5 million (1995)
Antigua and Barbuda $2.3 million (1995)
Argentina $10 billion (2001 est.)
Armenia ODA $170 million (2000)
Aruba $26 million (1995); note - the Netherlands provided a $127 million aid package to Aruba and Suriname in 1996
Azerbaijan ODA, $140 million (2000 est.)
Bahamas, The $9.8 million (1995)
Bahrain $150 million; note - $50 million annually since 1992 from each of Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Kuwait (2002)
Bangladesh $1.575 billion (2000 est.)
Barbados $9.1 million (1995)
Belarus $194.3 million (1995)
Belize NA
Benin $342.6 million (2000)
Bermuda NA
Bhutan substantial aid from India and other nations
Bolivia $588 million (1997)
Bosnia and Herzegovina $650 million (2001 est.)
Botswana $73 million (1995)
Brazil $30 billion IMF disbursement (2002)
British Virgin Islands NA
Brunei $4.3 million (1995)
Bulgaria $300 million (2000 est.)
Burkina Faso $484.1 million (1995)
Burma $127 million (2001 est.)
Burundi $92.7 million (2000)
Cambodia $548 million pledged in grants and concessional loans for 2001 by international donors (actual disbursement in 2002 was about $500 million)
Cameroon on 23 January 2001, the Paris Club agreed to reduce Cameroon's debt of $1.3 billion by $900 million; debt relief now totals $1.26 billion
Cape Verde $136 million (1999)
Cayman Islands NA (1999)
Central African Republic ODA $73 million; note - traditional budget subsidies from France (2000 est.)
Chad $238.3 million; note - $125 million committed by Taiwan (August 1997); $30 million committed by African Development Bank; ODA $150 million (2001 est.)
Chile ODA, $40 million (2001 est.)
China NA
Christmas Island NA
Cocos (Keeling) Islands NA
Colombia NA
Comoros $10 million (2001 est.)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the $195.3 million (1995)
Congo, Republic of the $159.1 million (1995)
Cook Islands $13.1 million; note - New Zealand continues to furnish the greater part (1995)
Cote d'Ivoire ODA, $1 billion (1996 est.)
Croatia ODA $66 million (2000)
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), which are usually forgiven (1998)
Czech Republic $108 million; EU structural adjustment funds (2002)
Djibouti $36 million (2001)
Dominica $22.8 million (2003 est.)
Dominican Republic $239.6 million (1995)
East Timor $2.2 billion (1999-2002 est.)
Ecuador $120 million (2001)
Egypt ODA, $1.2 billion (2001)
El Salvador total $252 million; $57 million from US (1995)
Equatorial Guinea $33.8 million (1995)
Eritrea $77 million (1999)
Estonia $108 million (2000)
Ethiopia $308 million (FY00/01)
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) none (1997 est.)
Faroe Islands $135 million (annual subsidy from Denmark) (1998)
Fiji $40.3 million (1995)
French Guiana NA (1995)
French Polynesia $367 million (1997)
Gabon $331 million (1995)
Gambia, The $45.4 million (1995)
Gaza Strip $800 million (includes West Bank) (2001 est.)
Georgia ODA $150 million (2000 est.)
Ghana $6.9 billion (1999)
Gibraltar NA
Greece $5.4 billion from EU (1995)
Greenland $380 million subsidy from Denmark (1997)
Grenada $8.3 million (1995)
Guadeloupe $NA; note - substantial annual French subsidies (1995)
Guam Guam receives large transfer payments from the US Federal Treasury ($143 million in 1997) 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 (2001 est.)
Guatemala $250 million (2000 est.)
Guernsey NA
Guinea $359.2 million (1998)
Guinea-Bissau $115.4 million (1995)
Guyana $84 million (1995), Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative (HIPC) $253 million (1997) (2000 est.)
Haiti $120 million (FY02)
Holy See (Vatican City) none
Honduras $557.8 million (1999)
Hungary ODA $250 million (2000)
India $2.9 billion (FY98/99)
Indonesia $43 billion Indonesia finished its IMF program in December 2003 but still receives bilateral aid through the Consultative Group on Indonesia (CGI), which pledged $2.8 billion in grants and loans for 2004. (2003 est.)
Iran $408 million (2002 est.)
Iraq more than $33 billion in foreign aid pledged for 2004-07 (2004)
Israel $662 million from US (2003 est.)
Jamaica $16 million (2003)
Jersey none
Jordan ODA, $553 million (2000 est.)
Kazakhstan $610 million in US assistance programs, 1992-2000 (2000)
Kenya $453 million (1997)
Kiribati $15.5 million largely from UK and Japan (2001 est.)
Korea, North $NA; note - over $133 million in food aid through the World Food Program in 2003 plus additional aid from bilateral donors and non-governmental organizations
Kuwait NA (2001)
Kyrgyzstan $50 million from the US (2001)
Laos $243 million (2001 est.)
Latvia $96.2 million (1995)
Lebanon $3.5 billion (pledges 1997-2001); $4.2 billion in soft loan pledges November 2002 Paris II Aid Conference (2002)
Lesotho $41.5 million (2000)
Liberia $94 million (1999)
Libya $15 million (2000)
Liechtenstein none
Lithuania $228.5 million (1995)
Macau NA (1997)
Macedonia $250 million (2003 est.)
Madagascar $354 million (2001)
Malawi $540 million (1999)
Maldives NA (1995)
Mali $596.4 million (2001)
Malta NA
Man, Isle of NA
Marshall Islands more than $1 billion from the US, 1986-2002
Martinique $NA; note - substantial annual aid from France (1998)
Mauritania $220 million (2000)
Mauritius $42 million (1997)
Mayotte $107.7 million; note - extensive French financial assistance (1995)
Mexico $1.166 billion (1995)
Micronesia, Federated States of under terms of the Compact of Free Association, the US pledged $1.3 billion in grant aid during the period 1986-2001
Moldova $100 million (2000)
Monaco NA
Mongolia $332 million (2003 est.)
Montserrat Country Policy Plan (2001) is a three-year program for spending $122.8 million in British budgetary assistance (2002 est.)
Morocco $565.6 million (1995)
Mozambique $632.8 million (2001)
Namibia ODA $160 million (2000 est.)
Nauru $2.25 million from Australia (FY96/97 est.) (2000 est.)
Nepal $424 million (FY00/01)
Netherlands Antilles IMF provided $61 million in 2000, and the Netherlands continued its support with $40 million (2000)
New Caledonia $880 million annual subsidy from France (1998)
Nicaragua Substantial foreign support (2001)
Niger $341 million (1997)
Nigeria IMF $250 million (1998)
Niue $2.6 million from New Zealand (2002)
Norfolk Island NA
Northern Mariana Islands extensive funding from US
Oman $76.4 million (1995)
Pakistan $2.4 billion (FY01/02)
Palau $155.8 million ; note - the Compact of Free Association with the US, entered into after the end of the UN trusteeship on 1 October 1994, provides 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 (2001)
Peru $895.1 million (1995)
Philippines ODA commitments, $1.2 billion (2002)
Pitcairn Islands NA
Poland EU structural adjustment funds (2000)
Puerto Rico NA (2001)
Qatar NA
Reunion $NA; note - substantial annual subsidies from France (2001 est.)
Russia in FY01 from US, $979 million (including $750 million in non-proliferation subsidies); in 2001 from EU, $200 million (2000 est.)
Rwanda $372.9 million (1999)
Saint Helena $12.6 million (1995); note - $5.3 million from UK (1997)
Saint Kitts and Nevis $8 million (2001)
Saint Lucia $51.8 million (1995)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon approximately $60 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 $200 million in December 2000 under the HIPC program
Senegal $362.6 million (2002 est.)
Serbia and Montenegro $2 billion pledged in 2001 (disbursements to follow for several years)
Seychelles $16.4 million (1995)
Sierra Leone $103 million (2001 est.)
Singapore NA
Slovakia ODA $113 million (2000),; $92 million EU structural adjustment funds (2000 est.)
Slovenia ODA, $62 million (2000 est.)
Solomon Islands $28 million annually, mainly from Australia (2003 est.)
Somalia $60 million (1999 est.)
South Africa $487.5 million (2000)
Sri Lanka $577 million (1998)
Sudan $172 million (2001)
Suriname Netherlands provided $37 million for project and program assistance, European Development Fund $4 million, Belgium $2 million (1998)
Svalbard $8.2 million from Norway (1998)
Swaziland $104 million (2001)
Syria $199 million (1997 est.)
Tajikistan $60.7 million from US (2001)
Tanzania $1.2 billion (2001)
Thailand $131.5 million (1998 est.)
Togo ODA $80 million (2000 est.)
Tokelau from New Zealand about $4 million annually
Tonga Australia $5.5 million, New Zealand $2.3 million (FY01/02)
Trinidad and Tobago $24 million (1999 est.)
Tunisia $378 million (2001)
Turkey ODA, $300 million (2000)
Turkmenistan $16 million from the US (2001)
Turks and Caicos Islands $4.1 million (1997)
Tuvalu $13 million ; note - major donors are Australia, Japan, and the US (1999 est.)
Uganda $1.4 billion (2000)
Ukraine $637.7 million (1995); IMF Extended Funds Facility $2.2 billion (1998)
Uruguay NA
Uzbekistan $87.4 million from the US (2003)
Vanuatu $45.8 million (1995)
Venezuela $74 million (2000)
Vietnam $2.8 billion in credits and grants pledged by international donors for 2000 (2004)
Virgin Islands NA
Wallis and Futuna assistance from France
West Bank $2 billion (includes Gaza Strip) (2001-02 est.)
Western Sahara NA
World official development assistance (ODA) $50 billion
Yemen $2.3 billion (2003-07 disbursements)
Zambia $651 million (2000 est.)
Zimbabwe $178 million; note - the EU and the US provide food aid on humanitarian grounds (2000 est.)

This page was last updated on 30 November, 2004


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