This section of “Just the Facts” details U.S. aid grants, in dollar amounts, to Latin America and the Caribbean. The database covers 1996 to the present.
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This year’s figures reflect the U.S. government’s estimates of expected spending, and numbers for next year represent the administration’s request to Congress.
Military and Police Aid
Browse data about grant aid to the military and police forces of Latin America and the Caribbean.
- U.S. military and police aid grants by country: View the amounts of U.S. military and police aid provided to each country in the region. Clicking on a country’s name will reveal more detail and other country-specific information.
- U.S. military and police aid grants by program: View the amounts of U.S. military and police aid granted to the region via 29 different assistance programs. Clicking on a program’s name will reveal more detail and other information about the aid program.
Economic and Social Aid
This website does not track economic (non-military) aid in detail. It presents overall totals in order to provide a complete picture of all U.S. aid to Latin America and the Caribbean.