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Humanitarian aid provided by Lithuania

Today, there is growing demand for humanitarian aid and coordination of this assistance is strengthened at both the EU and the United Nations. From a political point of view, it is becoming increasingly important for Lithuania as a full-fledged EU Member State and international donor to give a quick and timely response to requests for aid even with small amounts of funds and be visible among other donors.

In 2019 Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth 150.000 EUR (from the MFA‘s Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme – 50.000 EUR).

In 2018 Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth 310.000 EUR (from the MFA‘s Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme – 300.000 EUR).

In 2017 Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth of 503.000 Eur (Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme, MFA – 370.000 Eur):

In 2016 Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth of 933.119,88 Eur (Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme, MFA – 300.000 Eur, Government Reserve Fund – 552.865,88 Eur, other Lithuanian institutions - 80.254 Eur):

In 2015 Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth of 610.869,47 Eur (Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme, MFA – 354.253,47 Eur, Government Reserve Fund – 256.616,00 Eur):

In 2014, Lithuania provided humanitarian aid worth of 370.305,61 Eur (Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme, MFA – 201.309,15 Eur, Government Reserve Fund – 168.996,46 Eur):

In 2004-2014 Lithuanian provided humanitarian aid worth more than 1,8 billion euros:


2004 m. - Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Sudan.


2005 m. - Pakistan, Georgia.


2006 m. - Indonesia, Lebanon, Georgia.


2007 m. - Macedonia, Moldova.


2008 m. - Georgia, China, Myanmar.


2009 m. - Ukraine.


2010 m. - Afghanistan, Haiti, Moldova, Kyrgyz, Pakistan.


2011 m. – Japan, Turkey, Libya, Belaurs.


2012 m. – Syrian Refugess (contributions to the UN OCHA, WFP, UNRWA)


2013 m. – Philippines, Jordan, Mali and Sahel region (WFP), Syrian Refugess (UNHCR).


2014 m. –  Syrian Refugess (UNHCR), Central African Republic and support for fighting Ebola outbreak (WFP), Palestinian Refugess (UNRWA), Iraq (UNICEF), Ukraine (UNHCR), support for the orphans affected by the conflict in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions; provision of means ensuring basic living conditions for internally displaced people from Donetsk and Luhansk regions.