Top 10 Recipients of EU Aid

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In 2012, the European Union provided the highest official development assistance to Turkey — an upper middle-income country that has claimed the top spot two years in a row. What other countries have made it into the top 10? Check out this slideshow to find out.

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Top 10 Recipients of EU Aid

  1. 1. Top 10 Recipients of EU Aid
  2. 2. In 2012, the European Union disbursed €9.54 billion in official development assistance.Which countries received the highest funding that year? Here’s the top 10.
  3. 3. Turkey €418.88 million Multisector: €203.20 million Social infrastructures: €117.18 million Economic infrastructures & services: €94.10 million Humanitarian aid: €2.65 million Production: €1.72 million Other/unallocated: €0.03 million
  4. 4. Palestinian territories €247.09 million Social infrastructures: €184.25 million Humanitarian aid: €52.41 million Food security & budget support: €4.23 million Multisector: €3.20 million Economic infrastructures & services: €2.21 million Other/unallocated: €0.47 million Production: €0.31 million
  5. 5. Afghanistan €199.63 million Social infrastructures: €126.59 million Humanitarian aid: €35.56 million Production: €20.15 million Multisector: €9.67 million Food security & budget support: €7.05 million Economic infrastructures & services: €0.60 million Other/unallocated: €0.01 million
  6. 6. Ethiopia €193.11 million Economic infrastructures & services: €81.09 million Social infrastructures: €51.34 million Humanitarian aid: €43.87 million Food security & budget support: €6.96 million Multisector: €4.78 million Production: €4.74 million Other/unallocated: €0.33 million
  7. 7. Serbia €185.57 million Social infrastructures: €111.28 million Economic infrastructures & services: €35.61 million Multisector: €23.01 million Production: €10.03 million Humanitarian aid: €5.42 million Other/unallocated: €0.22 million
  8. 8. Democratic Republic of the €182.39 million Social infrastructures: €71.52 million Humanitarian aid: €62.15 million Production: €21.18 million Economic infrastructures & services: €18.32 million Multisector: €7.34 million Other/unallocated: €1.77 million Food security & budget support: €0.10 million Congo
  9. 9. Niger €175.84 million Food security & budget support: €83.28 million Humanitarian aid: €38.78 million Social infrastructures: €31.78 million Economic infrastructures & services: €14.96 million Production: €3.66 million Multisector: €2.75 million Other/unallocated: €0.63 million
  10. 10. Kosovo €156.34 million Social infrastructures: €126.91 million Multisector: €8.96 million Production: €8.62 million Economic infrastructures & services: €8.55 million Humanitarian aid: €2.15 million Other/unallocated: €1.15 million
  11. 11. Sudan €149.38 million Humanitarian aid: €103.05 million Food security & budget support: €22.01 million Social infrastructures: €20.54 million Multisector: €3.43 million Production: €0.25 million Economic infrastructures & services: €0.08 million Other/unallocated: €0.01 million
  12. 12. Pakistan €147.91 million Humanitarian aid: €107.86 million Social infrastructures: €17.10 million Multisector: €16.92 million Food security & budget support: €2.60 million Production: €2.51 million Economic infrastructures & services: €0.73 million Other/unallocated: €0.19 million
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