Tunisia benefits most from Turkish aid in 2015

Annual report shows humanitarian agency spent more on North African state than any other country

Tunisia benefits most from Turkish aid in 2015

World Bulletin / News Desk

Tunisia benefited from Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) projects worth $44.7 million last year, more than double that spent on any other nation, the agency said in its annual report.

The agency, a department of the office of the prime minister, spent $22.3 million in Somalia, $17.1 million dollars in Afghanistan, $14.5 million in Chad, $12.7 million in Macedonia and $11.6 million in Kyrgyzstan.

Across Africa, TIKA spent $102.7 million on projects, $47.1 million in south and central Asia and $45.5 million in southeast Europe.

Most projects were focused on social infrastructure and the service sector, amounting to $140.9 million.

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