Supporting Syria pledge tracker
A record of pledges made by world leaders at the Supporting Syria and the Region conference on 4 February 2016.
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UK pledges an extra £1.2bn (US$1.76bn) in international aid.
The UK has pledged an extra £1.2bn of aid to #supportSyrians & the region, bringing our total support to £2.3bn – only the US has given more— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) February 4, 2016
Kuwait pledges US$300m over three years.
Emir of Kuwait "It gives me great pleasure to announce $300m over three years to provide assistance." #SupportSyrians— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Germany pledges €2.3bn (US$2.57bn) until 2018 for international organisations helping victims in Syria & the region. (1.2bn in 2016; 1.1bn in 2017-2018)
Chancellor Merkel: Germany pledges 1.2bn euros for the humanitrian programmes of the UN in 2016— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Norway pledges US$1.17bn over four years.
United States of America
USA pledges US$925m in 2016, US$600m in direct assistance and US$325m in development aid, including US$200m new funding for schools in Lebanon and Jordan.
US providing nearly $601 mil addt'l #Syria assistance + $290 mil US development assistance for education to ref children in Jordan, Lebanon.— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) February 4, 2016
EU pledges €3bn (US$3.36bn) to respond to the needs of Syrians in 2016. In 2017 the EU will maintain that level of finance. EU investment bank will lend €12.5bn (US$13.99bn) to Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt over next 5 years, could be stepped up to €23bn (US$25.74bn) to the whole of Middle East and North Africa.
EU pledge: EU & member states will commit more than €3 bn to respond to needs of Syria, Jordan, Lebanon & Turkey in 2016. #SupportSyrians— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) February 4, 2016
United Arab Emirates
UAE Foreign Minister pledges US$137m in 2016.
UAE Foreign Minister pledges US$137m to #SupportSyrians in 2016— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Japan pledges US$350m to Syria, Iraq and neighbouring countries.
Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr Yoji Muto commits $350 million to #SupportSyrians in 2016.— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Qatar pledges US$100m, US$20m of which is dedicated to education.
World Bank to provide US$200m in concessional finance to Jordan and Lebanon.
Italy pledges US$400m for the next three years.
Poland pledges €3m (US$3.36m) of support for victims of the Syria crisis.
Denmark pledges US$100m in 2016 to address immediate and long-term problems in and around Syria
Finland pledges €25m (US$28m) in 2016.
Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announces that France will provide more than €1bn (US$1.12bn).
Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announces that France will provide more than 1bn euros from 2016-18 to #SupportSyrians— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Switzerland pledges CHF50m (US$50.39m) in 2016
Swiss President Mr. Johann Schneider-Ammann pledges 50m swiss francs to #SupportSyrians in 2016— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
Australia pledges to resettle 12,000 refugees and $AUS25m (US$17.92m) to Iraq.
Bulgaria pledges €400,000 (US$447,900) for 2016–18
Estonia pledges €1.3m (US$1.46m) 2016–18 for Syria and region and €2.8m (US$3.14m) for EU refugee facility.
Prime Minister of Estonia commits 1.3m euros to #SupportSyrians in 2016-17— Supporting Syria (@SupportSyrians) February 4, 2016
China Foreign Minister announces a further 10,000 tonnes of food assistance.
UAE pledges $US137m in 2016.
€1m (US$1.12) 2016 to 2020. Focus on protection of education, women, minorities and sexual violence.
At least €6m (US$6.72m) for Syria and the region in 2016, with a focus on healthcare and education.
Intial investment of €500,000 (US$560,000) over 5 years in a scholarship scheme for Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan.
Aga Khan announces increas investment to US$200m over next 4 years.
Sweden pledges US$241m for humanitarian efforts and education in Syria and region.
Sweden's main contribution in London: USD 200M in long-term, regional aid to those affected by Syria crisis 2016-2020. #SupportSyrians— Margot Wallström (@margotwallstrom) February 4, 2016
Iceland pledges 500m Icelandic Krona (about US$3.9m)
Mexico will make a contribution of US$3m to assist the most vulnerable this year. US$1m to UNICEF in 2016, and US$2m to the World Food Programme.
Greece will give €300,000 in 2016.