updated 9/10/2005 5:17:22 PM ET 2005-09-10T21:17:22

Aid offered by foreign countries and groups to help the U.S. with Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, according to the State Department:

  • Afghanistan: $100,000
  • Albania: $300,000 pledged
  • Armenia: $200,000 pledged
  • Australia: $7.6 million
  • Austria: tarps, camp beds
  • Azerbaijan: $500,000
  • Bahamas: $50,000 pledged
  • Bahrain: $5 million pledged
  • Bangladesh: $1 million pledged
  • Belgium: operations teams, generators, water pumps, nine-member logistical team to work with the Red Cross
  • Bosnia/Herzegovina: $6,414 pledged
  • Cambodia: $20,000 pledged
  • Canada: $5 million pledged to the hurricane relief fund headed by former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, two Griffin helicopters, search and rescue teams, Air Canada evacuation flights, supplies, security team, three Canadian forces ships with three Sea King helicopters
  • China: $5.1 million, 1,000 tents, 600 generators, bed sheets
  • Cyprus: $50,000
  • Djibouti: $50,000 pledged
  • Equatorial Guinea: $500,000 pledged
  • Eupropean Commission: Civil Protection Cooperative Mechanism activated
  • France: 600 tents, supplies
  • Gabon: $500,000 pledged
  • Georgia: $50,000
  • Germany: high-speed pumps, supplies
  • Greece: two cruise ships
  • Hungary: $5,000
  • Iceland: $500,000 pledged to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund
  • International Committee of the Red Cross: Web-based tracking system for displaced people
  • India: $5 million; 3,000 each of personal-hygiene kits, blankets and sheets; 150 tarps
  • Iraq: $1 million pledged to the Red Cross via the Red Crescent
  • Ireland: $1 million euro (about $1.24 million U.S.)
  • Italy: generators, water pumps and purifiers, tents, supplies
  • Japan: $200,000, $844,000 in supplies and private pledges of more than $1 million
  • Kenya: $100,000
  • Kuwait: $100 million plus an additional $400 million in oil products
  • Malaysia: $1 million to the Red Cross
  • Maldives: $25,000 to the Red Cross
  • Mauritania: $200,000 from the American Mauritania Business Council to the Red Cross
  • Mexico: 45 truckloads of supplies, transport vehicles, two field kitchens, two helicopters
  • Mongolia: $50,000 pledged
  • Morocco: $500,000 pledged
  • Nepal: $25,000 pledged
  • Netherlands: Levee inspection team to assist Army Corps of Engineers, water pumps, frigate
  • New Zealand: $1.4 million to the Red Cross
  • Nigeria: $1 million pledged
  • Norway: $1.54 million in cash and supplies
  • Oman: $15 million
  • Organization of American States: $25,000, created fund for donations from member states to the International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Pakistan: $1 million pledged to the Red Cross, supplies
  • Palau: $50,000 pledged plus $50,000 donor drive
  • Papua New Guinea: $10,000 to the Red Cross
  • Qatar: $100 million pledged
  • Republic of Korea: $30 million, supplies
  • Russia: air transport, generators, tents, blankets, water, water pumps, supplies
  • Sao Tome and Principe: $18,000 pledged
  • Saudi Arabia: $5 million from Aramco, $250,000 from AGFUND
  • Singapore: four helicopters
  • Spain: relief supplies
  • Sri Lanka: $25,000 to the Red Cross
  • Sweden: telecommunications equipment
  • Taiwan: $2 million, supplies
  • Thailand: blankets, supplies
  • United Arab Emirates: $100 million pledged
  • Uganda: $200,000 pledged
  • United Kingdom: relief supplies
  • Venezuela: up to $1 million to the Red Cross and state governments
  • Vietnam: $100,000 to victims
  • Yemen: $100,000 to the Red Cross

SOURCE: State Department

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