Even Cambodia provides humanitarian aid to Tajikistan.
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Some 17,000 tons of goods worth 38.2 million U.S. dollars have been delivered to the country over the reporting period, according to the Customs Service under the Government of Tajikistan.
Even Cambodia has provided more than US$380,000 worth of humanitarian aid to Tajikistan in January-September this year.
Over the reporting period, among donor countries the greatest share reportedly came from China – 42.2 percent; Uzbekistan – 10.8 percent; Turkey – 10.3 percent; India – 9.2 percent; Russia – 6.1 percent; Kazakhstan – 4.9 percent; Denmark – 2.1 percent; the Netherlands – 1.7 percent; Finland – 1.3 percent; the United States, Belgium and Germany – 1.1 percent each; Poland and Cambodia – 1.0 percent each; and others.
Besides, Tajikistan has received free financial support from international financial institutions this year so far.
According to data from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population (MoHSPP), Tajikistan has received such an assistance from the World Bank (11.3 million USD), the Asian Development Bank (about 2 million USD), the Islamic Development Bank (350,000 USD), and some others.
Source: Asia Plus