|Rank||Country||Economic aid - donor (Billion $)|
|7||United Arab Emirates||5.2|
Definition: This entry refers to net official development assistance (ODA) from Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) nations to developing countries and multilateral organizations. ODA is defined as financial assistance that is concessional in character, has the main objective to promote economic development and welfare of the less developed countries (LDCs), and contains a grant element of at least 25%. The entry does not cover other official flows (OOF) or private flows. These figures are calculated on an exchange rate basis, i.e., not in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms.
Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012See also: Economic aid - donor map
World Bank urges Tanzania to tackle fiscal deficit
Yahoo News - 1/30/2015 7:47:30 AM
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania needs urgently to deal with its growing fiscal deficit to boost economic growth ... as the status quo could be costly for the country," said Philippe Dongier, the World Bank's country director for Tanzania.
UNICEF call for more aid for children in Syria and Ebola countries
Spy Ghana - 1/29/2015 4:24:05 PM
The Ebola and Syria crises have sharply increased the need for aid ... the world. The annual appeal was 1 billion dollars higher than in 2014. Nearly a third of the total sum is needed to care for children who live in Syria or who have fled to countries ...
Top US colleges like Yale, Harvard seek Chinese students from outside the economic elite
FOX News - 1/29/2015 9:31:53 PM
With more undergraduates coming from abroad than ever, the Ivy League universities that have worked to overcome reputations for serving only children of the elite in the U.S. are trying to do the same the world ... aid to help draw from all the country's ...
The Country That Refuses to Bow Down to Western Bankers
Alter Net - 1/30/2015 5:45:48 AM
In his work supported by the Institute for Economic Thinking ... sovereign debt with the aid of advisors of financial institutions. From 2010 onwards, Greece achieved notoriety because financial markets recognized that the country might decide not to ...
U.S. Foreign Aid By Country
The Huffington Post - 8/30/2012 9:51:17 AM
While the effectiveness of foreign aid remains up for debate, the United States recently has continued to pump around $50 billion in aid to other countries each year. In terms of the absolute value of aid given, the United States is the world's top donor ...
UN shares initial Ebola recovery aims for most affected countries
United Nations Development Program - 1/30/2015 2:39:41 AM
New York – The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), governments from the countries ... Clark urged the world to stay the course in aiding Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea as they work to rebuild and regain the huge socio-economic losses wrought ...
World View: ISIS-Linked Terrorists Kill Dozens in Egypt’s Northern Sinai
Breitbart News - 1/30/2015 2:49:50 PM
and have a long history of economic and cultural ties, and of course the Nazis invaded both countries during World War II. Almost 13% of Greek imports came from Russia in 2013, according to the IMF. CNBC and CNN Last week, ethnic Russians in east Ukraine ...
America is not a democracy, but an economic oligarchy
Personal Liberty Digest - 1/30/2015 6:35:55 AM
In that world, representation and imagery are everything ... of more than 1,800 different U.S. policy initiatives from 1981 to 2002. They found that “economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent ...
Economic Woes Fuel the Conflict in Yemen
internationalpolicydigest.org - 1/29/2015 10:22:00 PM
We do not want the country ... aid from the US and Saudi Arabia, both of which oppose the militia. Nevertheless, the Houthis will continue to push for greater political power. Economic troubles are a major contributor to Yemen’s current problems. The ...
UNICEF Launches $3.1 Billion Aid Appeal to Help 62 Million Children in Crises
Alakhbar - 1/30/2015 9:42:02 AM
Khan said 20 percent of the total aid appeal was aimed at investment in education, "the bridge to the future." According to UNICEF, more than one in 10 of the world's children — or 230 million — currently live in countries and areas hit by armed conflicts.
Ukraine: Rebels backed by Russia overrun Vuhlehirsk
The Sun Chronicle - 1/30/2015 12:38:00 AM
The leader of the separatists in the Luhansk region, Igor Plotnitsky, told a rebel news agency that the success of negotiations planned for today will hinge on lifting what he described as Ukraine's economic ... people across the country, according to ...
Shinzo Abe: Japan to honour $200 million aid pledge to Islami State-hit countries
Economic Times - 1/20/2015 10:15:22 AM
JERUSALEM: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday he would honour a promise of $200 million in aid to countries affected by IS, after the group threatened to kill Japanese hostages. "This posture will not change at all," he told a Jerusalem news ...
1 of 4 remaining World War II Doolittle Raiders dies at 94
KHQ - 1/29/2015 9:17:34 PM
Biden writes in an op-ed in The New York Times that the aid will help Central American leaders make tough reforms needed to address security, political and economic challenges.>> WASHINGTON (AP) - Vice President Joe Biden says President Barack Obama's ...
High quality early education and care is a national economic priority: Guest viewpoint
Mass Live The Republican - 1/30/2015 2:28:22 PM
During World ... and this country responded by providing universal childcare. Today, in much the same way, enabling middle-class and low-income parents with young children to work and support their families has to become a national economic priority.
US stock markets edge lower on mixed US economic data
Reading Eagle - 1/30/2015 10:46:27 AM
ASIA'S DAY: Japan's industrial output edged higher in December, suggesting the world's third-largest economy may be turning ... The Russian ruble was down to 70.10 rubles per dollar from 68.76 after the country's central bank unexpectedly cut interest ...