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Economy > Foreign aid > Net ODA received > % of central government expense: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Net official development assistance (ODA) consists of disbursements of loans made on concessional terms (net of repayments of principal) and grants by official agencies of the members of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC), by multilateral institutions, and by non-DAC countries to promote economic development and welfare in countries and territories in the DAC list of ODA recipients. It includes loans with a grant element of at least 25 percent (calculated at a rate of discount of 10 percent).".

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Ecuador 9,419.18% 1994
2 Afghanistan 196.13% 2008
3 The Gambia 178.83% 1990
4 Sierra Leone 147.72% 2004
5 Guinea 144.35% 1992
6 Slovenia 140.05% 2002
7 Rwanda 114.91% 1992
8 Niger 108.42% 2007
9 Madagascar 108.37% 2007
10 Nicaragua 103.36% 2001
11 Burkina Faso 98.18% 2008
12 Congo, Republic of the 94.46% 2005
13 Cameroon 90.49% 1994
14 Laos 89.66% 2007
15 Central African Republic 89.44% 2004
16 Tajikistan 86.99% 2004
17 Cambodia 84.74% 2006
18 Ethiopia 81.14% 2002
19 Mali 80.27% 2008
20 Uganda 76.29% 2008
21 Togo 75.26% 2008
22 Vanuatu 69.76% 1999
23 Benin 64.27% 2008
South Asia average (profile) 62.88% 2008
24 Senegal 60.11% 2001
25 Cape Verde 53.26% 2008
26 El Salvador 49.89% 2008
27 Burundi 44.86% 1999
28 Democratic Republic of the Congo 44.44% 2001
29 Kyrgyzstan 41.79% 2008
30 Zambia 38.14% 2007
31 Nepal 34.09% 2005
32 Netherlands Antilles 32.39% 1995
33 Papua New Guinea 31.14% 2002
34 Bhutan 30.48% 2008
35 Sudan 29.97% 1999
36 Bangladesh 23.86% 2008
37 Georgia 23.82% 2008
38 Ghana 22.06% 2008
39 Kenya 20.88% 2008
40 Azerbaijan 19.45% 1999
41 Honduras 18.44% 2008
42 Grenada 18.28% 1995
43 Mongolia 17.8% 2008
44 Lesotho 17.25% 2008
45 Bolivia 16.66% 2007
46 Moldova 15.05% 2008
47 Cote d'Ivoire 14.69% 2008
48 Armenia 12.28% 2008
49 Lebanon 12.1% 2008
50 Guatemala 11.72% 2008
51 Belize 11.36% 1997
52 Namibia 10.25% 2007
53 Pakistan 9.63% 2007
54 Jordan 9.57% 2008
55 Sri Lanka 9.34% 2008
56 Maldives 8.74% 2008
57 Swaziland 8.61% 2003
58 Fiji 6.82% 2006
59 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.7% 2008
60 Mauritius 6.09% 2008
61 Serbia and Montenegro 5.59% 2008
62 Botswana 5.3% 1996
63 Paraguay 5.02% 2008
64 Morocco 4.56% 2008
65 Seychelles 4.35% 2008
66 Tunisia 3.91% 2008
67 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3.49% 2006
68 Colombia 3.06% 2003
69 Peru 2.18% 2008
70 Bahrain 2.16% 2004
71 Dominican Republic 2.03% 2007
72 Kazakhstan 1.69% 2008
73 Croatia 1.65% 2008
74 Jamaica 1.63% 2008
75 South Africa 1.32% 2008
76 Barbados 1.28% 2007
77 Turkey 1.21% 2008
78 India 1.07% 2008
79 Costa Rica 0.99% 2008
80 Panama 0.95% 2001
81 Ukraine 0.92% 2008
82 Algeria 0.8% 2008
=83 The Bahamas 0.72% 1995
=83 Cyprus 0.72% 1996
85 Belarus 0.53% 2008
86 Malaysia 0.51% 2003
87 Uruguay 0.43% 2008
88 China 0.41% 2006
89 Trinidad and Tobago 0.39% 2007
90 Argentina 0.33% 2004
91 Indonesia 0.29% 2004
92 Burma 0.24% 2005
93 Chile 0.22% 2008
94 Philippines 0.21% 2008
95 Singapore 0.16% 1995
96 Venezuela 0.14% 2005
97 Brazil 0.12% 2008
=98 Oman 0.02% 2001
=98 Kuwait 0.02% 1995
100 Zimbabwe 0.01% 1997
101 Mexico -0.06% 2000
102 Thailand -1.25% 2008

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Foreign aid > Net ODA received > % of central government expense. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Geographical Distribution of Financial Flows to Developing Countries, Development Co-operation Report, and International Development Statistics database. Data are available online at: www.oecd.org/dac/stats/idsonline. IMF central government expense estimates are used for the denominator. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Foreign-aid/Net-ODA-received/%-of-central-government-expense

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