Tajikistan discloses value of humanitarian aid received in January 2023

Tajikistan Materials 27 February 2023 15:57 (UTC +04:00)
Alyona Pavlenko
Alyona Pavlenko
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BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 27. Tajikistan has received humanitarian aid for $2.6 million in January 2023, according to the State Statistical Agency of Tajikistan, Trend reports via Tajik media.

According to the statistics, the value of humanitarian aid decreased by almost 12 times, compared to $30.4 million in January 2022.

In the first month of this year, humanitarian aid to Tajikistan was provided by 19 countries, decreasing from 26 countries in the same period of 2022.

China was the main country, which sent humanitarian aid to Tajikistan, with more than 43 percent of the total share. It is followed by the US (16 percent of the total share), and Türkiye (15 percent).

Additionally, in the reporting period, humanitarian aid was also provided by the following countries: Denmark (4.7 percent of the total share), Germany (3.8 percent), Netherlands (3.7 percent), South Korea (3.7 percent), Mexico (2.7 percent), Russia (2 percent), Barbados (1.9 percent), Kazakhstan (1.4 percent), Norway (1.1 percent), and Uzbekistan, India, and Japan for 0.7 percent each.

Notably, China and Kazakhstan were also the main providers of humanitarian support to Tajikistan in January 2021.

In 2022, Tajikistan received humanitarian assistance for about $141 million. In comparison, the overall amount of humanitarian aid received by the country in 2022 exceeded grants from international financial organizations scheduled for 2023 by 2.5 times