Reconstructing Gaza – Donor Pledges – World Bank

The disbursement ratio is the ratio of the amount disbursed of the total support to Gaza. The disbursement of Support to Gaza does not necessarily reflect actual expenditures made on purchasing project-related goods and services but that donor funds have been made available for use by the relevant implementing agency.

Disbursement Status by Donor of Support to Gaza pledged at Cairo Conference on Palestine “Reconstructing Gaza”

in USD Million (As of July 31st, 2017)

Donor

Support to Gaza

Qatar*

1000.00

216.06

Saudi Arabia*

500.00

107.80

European Union1

348.28

312.28

USA

277.00

277.00

Kuwait*

200.00

62.63

Turkey2

200.00

139.48

UAE

200.00

59.08

Norway3

144.98

173.91

European Investment Bank4

70.00

N/A

Switzerland5

65.28

66.96

Germany

63.32

61.70

World Bank

62.00

62.00

Algeria*

61.40

61.40

Japan6

61.00

61.00

UK

32.16

32.16

Italy7

23.68

11.53

Spain

22.80

14.6

Sudan8

20.00

N/A

The Netherlands

15.31

15.31

Canada

14.66

14.66

Denmark

14.46

14.46

Australia

13.18

13.18

France9

10.13

10.13

Sweden

10.00

11.37

Finland

9.31

9.31

Luxembourg

8.97

N/A

Russia

8.74

8.74

Belgium10

7.92

7.92

Bahrain*

6.50

5.15

Austria11

5.22

5.22

India

4.00

4.00

Ireland

3.17

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