Direct Overt U.S. Aid Appropriations for and Military Reimbursements to Pakistan, FY2002-FY2015

This report provides data regarding the direct overt U.S. aid appropriations and military reimbursements to Pakistan.

Direct Overt U.S. Aid Appropriations for and Military Reimbursements to Pakistan, FY2002-FY2015 Prepared by the Congressional Research Service for distribution to multiple congressional offices, March 6, 2014 Note: Final obligation and disbursement totals typically are lower than program account appropriations (rounded to the nearest millions of dollars) Program or Account 1206 CN FMF IMET INCLE NADR PCF/PCCF Total Security-Related CSH/GHCS DA ESF Food Aida HRDF IDA MRA Total Economic-Related CSF Reimbursements Grand Total b FY 2002FY2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 Program or FY FY FY Account 2014 2015 Total (req.) (req.) 2013 173c 135 1,566 11 139c 47 300 2 C 43 294 5 C 39 295 4 C 1 296 5 C 8 280 5 270 88 170 114 57 53 C 13 400 24 700 25 800 75 20 452 2,208 989 1,236 1,277 849 361 157 30 C 28 C C C 286 2,380d 183 17 34 C C C 1,114 55 C 1,292 124 C 919 51 C 905 96 <1 724 81 C 170 42 103 60 232 91 145 43 54 12 20 9 3,235 1,366 1,769 1,186 1,067 834 e 6,697 12,140 11 C 1,499 1,118 688 353 3,040 4,504 3,581 2,604 1,548 685 312 273 3,031 32 774 146 2,352 6,920 249 286 7,334 590 17 724 257 9,457 C C f f 300 5 280 5 74 41 18 10 C C 397 336 C C C C 766 30 C 546 C C C C C C 796 546 e e 27,417 1,193 882 11,040 Sources: U.S. Departments of State, Defense, and Agriculture; U.S. Agency for International Development Abbreviations: 1206: CN: CSF: CSH: DA: ESF: FMF: HRDF: IDA: IMET: INCLE: MRA: NADR: PCF/PCCF: Section 1206 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY2006 (P.L. 109-163, global train and equip) Counternarcotics Funds (Pentagon budget) Coalition Support Funds (Pentagon budget) Child Survival and Health (Global Health and Child Survival, or GHCS, from FY2010) Development Assistance Economic Support Funds Foreign Military Financing Human Rights and Democracy Funds International Disaster Assistance (Pakistani earthquake, flood, and internally displaced persons relief) International Military Education and Training International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (includes border security) Migration and Refugee Assistance (also includes Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance or ERMA) Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining, and Related (the great majority allocated for Pakistan is for anti-terrorism assistance) Pakistan Counterinsurgency Fund/Counterinsurgency Capability Fund (PCF overseen by the Pentagon, PCCF overseen by State) Notes: a. P.L.480 Title I (loans), P.L.480 Title II (grants), and Section 416(b) of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended (surplus agricultural commodity donations). Food aid totals do not include freight costs. b. CSF is Pentagon funding to reimburse Pakistan for its support of U.S. military operations; it is technically not foreign assistance. Figures in the CSF row reflect actual payments and not appropriations. c. Includes $75 million for FY2008 and $25 million for FY2009 to train and equip Pakistan’s Frontier Corps. d. Congress authorized Pakistan to use the FY2003 and FY2004 ESF allocations to cancel a total of $1.5 billion in debt to the U.S. government. e. The NDAA for FY2013 approves $1.65 billion in additional CSF for all “key cooperating nations;” the accompanying conference report limits FY2013 CSF for Pakistan to $1.2 billion. The enacted NDAA for FY2014 authorizes another $1.26 billion for all cooperating nations. f. This funding is “requirements-based;” there are no pre-allocation data. Contacts: K. Alan Kronstadt, Specialist in South Asian Affairs, 7-5415; Susan Epstein, Specialist in Foreign Policy, 7-6678