Jordan

Foreign Assistance

1275000000

requested funding, FY 2019

1524989000

appropriated funding, FY 2019

971768050.46

obligated funding, FY 2019

1049762434.18

spent funding, FY 2019

Foreign Assistance in Jordan

The Government of Jordan (GOJ) continues to be a critical partner to the United States on major regional priorities, including combating the threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and other extremist groups, pursuing Middle East peace, and achieving a political solution to the Syrian conflict while addressing the ongoing humanitarian and energy crises. U.S. assistance supports the long standing U.S. Jordanian, bilateral relationship by bolstering Jordan's economic and political reform agenda, and by helping Jordan temporarily absorb over 635,000 Syrian refugees and 52,000 Iraqi refugees. The FY 2017 request will promote U.S. and Jordanian efforts to further five overarching goals: 1) expand Jordan's contributions to bilateral and coalition efforts to address the threat of ISIL and other regional threats; 2) accelerate inclusive economic development; 3) strengthen Jordan's ability to deliver essential health, education, and water services; 4) strengthen democratic accountability and enhance effective governance; and 5) enhance gender equality and female empowerment. Separately, the FY 2017 Request includes funding within the humanitarian assistance accounts to enable the United States to continue to respond to humanitarian needs related to the ongoing Syria crisis in neighboring countries, including Jordan (see narratives for the humanitarian assistance accounts for additional details).

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Foreign Assistance in Jordan by Category

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Foreign Assistance in Jordan by Agency

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Award Table | Jordan

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