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Date: 2017 Description: Total U.S. conventional weapons funding in Africa from all U.S. agencies, 1993-2016: more than $416.8 million: Angola 30.38%, *Benin 0.0%, Burkina Faso 0.23%, Burundi 0.83%, CAR 0.06%, Chad 3.36%, DRC 4.70%, Congo 0.70%, Djibouti 0.76%, Eritrea 4.48%, Ethiopia 3.89%, Guinea 0.03%, Guinea-Bissau 1.85%, Kenya 0.75%, *Lesotho 0.00%, Liberia 1.22%, Mali 0.46%, Mauritania 1.88%, Mozambique 13.93%, Namibia 2.31%, Niger 0.29%, Nigeria 0.44%, Rwanda 3.14%, Sao Tome/Principe 0.01%, Senegal 1.47%, Sierra Leone 0.43%, Somalia 5.97%, South Sudan 3.30%, Sudan 7.55%, Swaziland 0.32%, Tanzania 0.65%, Togo 0.01%, Uganda 0.31%, Zambia 0.61%, Zimbabwe 3.48%; *Less than 0.01%. - State Dept Image

Date: 2017 Description: Total U.S. conventional weapons funding in Africa from all U.S. agencies, 1993-2016: more than $416.8 million: Angola 30.38%, *Benin 0.0%, Burkina Faso 0.23%, Burundi 0.83%, CAR 0.06%, Chad 3.36%, DRC 4.70%, Congo 0.70%, Djibouti 0.76%, Eritrea 4.48%, Ethiopia 3.89%, Guinea 0.03%, Guinea-Bissau 1.85%, Kenya 0.75%, *Lesotho 0.00%, Liberia 1.22%, Mali 0.46%, Mauritania 1.88%, Mozambique 13.93%, Namibia 2.31%, Niger 0.29%, Nigeria 0.44%, Rwanda 3.14%, Sao Tome/Principe 0.01%, Senegal 1.47%, Sierra Leone 0.43%, Somalia 5.97%, South Sudan 3.30%, Sudan 7.55%, Swaziland 0.32%, Tanzania 0.65%, Togo 0.01%, Uganda 0.31%, Zambia 0.61%, Zimbabwe 3.48%; *Less than 0.01%. – State Dept Image

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