Japan to provide $239 million in emergency financial assistance to support Cambodia.
US provides $56 M for Cambodia’s social and economy development programme.
It is estimated that Cambodia has received in excesss of $20 billion in foreign aid.
Germany grants Cambodia $14.6 m to support social development interventions.
Japan to provide about $22 million in aid to expand clean water supply in Pursat.
Japan to provide $3.2 million to support a food aid programme in schools.
The Swiss government will provide more than $4 million in aid to Cambodia.
Japan signs an Exchange of Notes to provide aid to Cambodia worth $4.6 million.
The Japanese government is set to grant about $4.6 million in aid to Cambodia to support economic and social development.
International condemnation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro grew on Sunday after he deployed troops to block foreign aid convoys, with Brazil branding it criminal and urging allies to join a “liberation effort” of the South American nation.
Troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro violently drove back foreign aid convoys from Venezuela’s border on Saturday, killing two protesters and prompting opposition leader Juan Guaido to propose that Washington consider “all options” to oust him.
China is among top donors in disbursing highest amount of foreign aid to Nepal.
The Japanese government has granted its two NGOs in Cambodia $692,522 to fulfil their projects, and guarantee food and nutrition security for participants.
Pakistan’s decision to clampdown on 18 international aid agencies is expected to hurt 11 million aid recipients.
Uganda is a front runner when it comes to forward-looking refugee policy, writes DW’s Silja Fröhlich. But financial aid from abroad only trickles in and the situation is worsening. Who should pay – Uganda or the international community?
The French government and the EU have granted Cambodia some $96.7 million as aid and loans for water management, agriculture, fisheries clean water and hygiene.
Before the 1980s, Chinese foreign aid primarily served a political purpose, whereas since the 1990s, it also has been driven by commercial interests.
Moody’s yesterday warned the recently concluded general elections in Cambodia have raised the risk of international financing and aid agencies withdrawing their support for the country.
The government donates $100,000 in humanitarian aid to Laos as a relief package for victims affected by a collapsed dam.
An aid convoy began to cross into Syria’s eastern Ghouta, bringing the first relief.
PM Hun Sen reacts to the United States imposing aid cuts on Cambodia, saying the move was politically motivated.
France provides $50.9 million in loans and grant aid to supply clean water.
Sweden says it is stopping new aid for Cambodia, except in education and research, and would no longer support a reform programme.
Prime Minister Hun Sen brushes aside any potential concern over the US cutting funding to the country over the recent dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
The United States extends a grant to clear unexploded ordnances from the country through the Cambodian Mines Action Centre.
Cambodia is considering humanitarian aid for refugees in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre yesterday says the United States will cease funding its work to clear the country of unexploded ordnance from January.
Germany gives $40 million to Cambodia for health, rural development and governance projects this year and next.
Japan pledges to continue providing aid to Cambodia, including support to prepare for the general election next year.
Sweden says it will rethink its engagement with Cambodia if the opposition CNRP is dissolved, in the strongest warning yet.