What exactly is foreign aid? The definition of foreign aid is simply "resources given from one country to another." This includes several types of resources, including manpower, money and materials that are donated to help out in developing other countries from around the world. Foreign aid can help with several situations including but not limited to economic development, disaster relief, emergency preparedness and poverty reduction. T
his infographic from Wristband Resources and Wristband.com looks at the how much foreign aid that countries gave in 2017, and also shows the top ten developing countries that were on the receiving end. The largest foreign aid contribution on the entire infographic is the United States, who gave Afghanistan $1,218.64M in foreign aid. T
he United States also contributed significant amounts to Etheopia, Jordan, South Sudan, and Kenya. The other top contributors on this infographic include Germany, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Japan, and France, among several others.
infographic by: www.wristband.com