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Country
Economic aid - recipient
Afghanistan international pledges made by more than 60 countries and international financial institutions at the Berlin Donors Conference for Afghan reconstruction in March 2004 reached $8.9 billion for 2004-09
Albania ODA: $366 million (top donors were Italy, EU, Germany) (2003 est.)
Algeria $122.8 million (2002 est.)
American Samoa important financial support from the US, more than $40 million in 1994
Andorra none
Angola $383.5 million (1999)
Anguilla $9 million (2004 est.)
Antigua and Barbuda $2.3 million (1995)
Argentina $10 billion (2001 est.)
Armenia ODA, $254 million (2004)
Aruba $17.4 million (2004)
Azerbaijan ODA, $140 million (2000 est.)
Bahamas, The $5 million (2004)
Bahrain $150 million; note - $50 million annually since 1992 from the 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 $221 million (2005 est.)
Bosnia and Herzegovina $650 million (2001 est.)
Botswana $73 million (1995)
Brazil $30 billion (2002)
British Virgin Islands $NA
Brunei $4.3 million (1995)
Bulgaria $300 million (2000 est.)
Burkina Faso $468.4 million (2003)
Burma $127 million (2001 est.)
Burundi $105.5 million (2003)
Cambodia $504 million pledged in grants and concessional loans for 2005 by international donors
Cameroon in 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
Central African Republic ODA, $59.8 million; note - traditional budget subsidies from France (2002 est.)
Chad $238.3 million received; note - $125 million committed by Taiwan (August 1997); $30 million committed by African Development Bank; ODA $246.9 million (2003 est.)
Chile $0 (2002)
China $NA
Christmas Island $NA
Cocos (Keeling) Islands $NA
Colombia $NA
Comoros $24 million (2003 est.)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the $2.2 billion (FY03/04)
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, $166.5 million (2002)
Cuba $68.2 million (1997 est.)
Cyprus Republic of Cyprus - $NA; north Cyprus - $700 million from Turkey in grants and loans, which are usually forgiven (2003-06)
Czech Republic $2.4 billion in available EU structural adjustment and cohesion funds (2004-06)
Djibouti $36 million (2001)
Dominica $22.8 million (2003 est.)
Dominican Republic $571.6 million (2004)
East Timor $2.2 billion (1999-2002 est.)
Ecuador $216 million (2002)
Egypt ODA, $1.12 billion (2002)
El Salvador $125 million of which, $53 million from US (2003)
Equatorial Guinea $NA
Eritrea $77 million (1999)
Estonia $108 million (2000)
Ethiopia $308 million (FY00/01)
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) $0 (1997 est.)
Faroe Islands $135 million (annual subsidy from Denmark) (1998)
Fiji $40.3 million (1995)
French Guiana $NA
French Polynesia $367 million (1997)
Gabon $331 million (1995)
Gambia, The $59.8 million (2003)
Gaza Strip $2 billion; note - includes West Bank (2004 est.)
Georgia ODA, $150 million (2000 est.)
Ghana $6.9 billion (1999)
Gibraltar $NA
Greece $8 billion from EU (2000-06)
Greenland $380 million subsidy from Denmark (1997)
Grenada $8.3 million (1995)
Guadeloupe $NA; note - substantial annual French subsidies (2004)
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 $237.5 million (2003)
Guinea-Bissau $115.4 million (1995)
Guyana $84 million (1995), Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative (HIPC) $253 million (1997)
Haiti $153 million (FY05 est.)
Holy See (Vatican City) $0
Honduras $557.8 million (1999)
Hungary $4.2 billion in available EU structural adjustment and cohesion funds (2004-06)
India $2.9 billion (FY98/99)
Indonesia $43 billion
note: 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 and again in 2005; nearly $5 billion in aid money pledged by a variety bilateral, multilateral, and non-governmental organization (NGO) donors following the 2004 tsunami; money is slated for use in relief and rebuilding efforts in Aceh (2002)
Iran $408 million (2002 est.)
Iraq more than $33 billion in foreign aid pledged for 2004-07 (2004)
Isle of Man $NA
Israel $662 million from US (2003 est.)
Jamaica $18.5 million; note - US aid only (2004)
Jersey $0
Jordan ODA, $500 million (2004 est.)
Kazakhstan $74.2 million in US assistance programs, 1992-2000 (FY2004)
Kenya $453 million (1997)
Kiribati $15.5 million largely from UK and Japan (2001 est.)
Korea, North $NA; note - approximately 350,000 metric tons in food aid, worth approximately $118 million, through the World Food Program appeal in 2004, 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 $2.2 billion received (2003), out of the $4.2 billion in soft loans pledged at the November 2002 Paris II Aid Conference
Lesotho $41.5 million (2000)
Liberia $94 million (1999)
Libya ODA, $4.4 million (2002)
Liechtenstein $0
Lithuania $228.5 million (1995)
Macau $NA
Macedonia $250 million (2003 est.)
Madagascar $354 million (2001)
Malawi $401.5 million (2001)
Maldives $NA (2004)
Mali $472.1 million (2002)
Malta $NA
Marshall Islands more than $1 billion from the US, 1986-2002
Martinique $NA; note - substantial annual aid from France (1998)
Mauritania $305.7 million (2002)
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; the level of aid has been subsequently reduced
Moldova $100 million (2000)
Monaco $NA
Mongolia $215 million (2003)
Montenegro NA
Montserrat Country Policy Plan (2001) is a three-year program for spending $122.8 million in British budgetary assistance (2002 est.)
Morocco ODA, $218 million (2002)
Mozambique $632.8 million (2001)
Namibia ODA, $160 million (2000 est.)
Nauru mostly from Australia
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 $419.5 million (2005 est.)
Niger $453.3 million (2003)
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 $NA
Paraguay $NA
Peru $491 million (2002)
Philippines ODA commitments, $2 billion (2004)
Pitcairn Islands $3.465 million (2004)
Poland $13.9 billion in available EU structural adjustment and cohesion funds (2004-06)
Puerto Rico $NA
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 $425 million (2003)
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 $449.6 million (2003 est.)
Serbia $2 billion pledged in 2001 to Serbia and Montenegro (disbursements to follow over several years; aid pledged by EU and US has been placed on hold because of lack of cooperation by Serbia in handing over General Ratco MLADIC to the criminal court in The Hague)
Seychelles $16.4 million (1995)
Sierra Leone $297.4 million (2003 est.)
Singapore $NA
Slovakia $12.67 billion in available EU structural adjustment and cohesion funds (2007-13)
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 (2003)
Svalbard $8.2 million from Norway (1998)
Swaziland $104 million (2001)
Syria $180 million (2002 est.)
Tajikistan $67 million from US (2005)
Tanzania $1.2 billion (2001)
Thailand $72 million (2002)
Togo ODA, $80 million (2000 est.)
Tokelau about $4 million annually from New Zealand
Tonga Australia $5.5 million, New Zealand $2.3 million (FY01/02)
Trinidad and Tobago $24 million (1999 est.)
Tunisia $114.6 million (2002)
Turkey ODA, $635.8 million (2002)
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 $959 million (2003)
Ukraine $637.7 million (1995); IMF Extended Funds Facility $2.2 billion (1998)
Uruguay $NA
Uzbekistan $91.6 million from the US (2005)
Vanuatu $27.5 million (2002)
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; note - includes Gaza Strip (2004 est.)
Western Sahara $NA
World $154 billion official development assistance (ODA) (2004)
Yemen $2.3 billion (2003-07 disbursements)
Zambia $640.6 million (2002)
Zimbabwe $178 million; note - the EU and the US provide food aid on humanitarian grounds (2000 est.)

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