US Foreign Assistance
US foreign assistance is aid given by the United State to other countries to support global peace, security and development efforts, and provide humanitarian relief during time of crisis. The first US foreign assistance program was after Word War2, and it was for assisting the continent in rebuilding its infrastructure. According to the research, 34 billion money spend foreign aid in 2017 and more than 100 countries receive foreign assistance from the US.
US planes to spend money on each of the major categories of foreign assistance to make the world peaceful. US spends 8.3 billion money on peace and security. 2.7 billion money is spent by the United State on democracy, human rights and governance. It takes US 1.1 billion money to give other countries on education and social services. US foreign assistance not only spends 9.3 billion money on the health, but also spends 1.3 billion dollars on environment. US spends 3.6 billion dollars on economic development and 6 billion on humanitarian assistance.