The United States provides foreign aid that benefits numerous African recipients, with over $43 billion of total obligations going to 222 countries around the world in 2015.
Much of this goes to assisting countries in sub-Saharan and North Africa, with USAID funding countless programs for the good of people within those nations.
The aid goes towards assisting with basic health, education, conflict prevention, emergency response, agriculture and other important issues that require financial resources to address.
We take a look at the 12 biggest African recipients of foreign aid from the United States.
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