The table shows the amount of money given in aid of technology of developing countries by charities in the US, EU and other countries from 2006 to 2010

The table gives information about how much money are spent on supporting technology for developing countries by us, EU and other charities between 2006 and 2010. Overall, the amount of money in aid of technology increased steadily in all nations during the period and the us aid were much higher than the remaining donor countries.

There was a dramatic rise on the total aid, going up from 15.7 billion of USD to 30 billion of USD over the period 5 years. Among these, the US was the charities which given big money for developing counties, with a rise in air each year from $9,7 billion in 2006 and reach a peak at $22.7 billion in the final year.

Regarding EU and other countries, the amount of money was significantly lower than that of the US. In EU countries, the charities provided $3.3 billion in the first year and reached the highest point of $4.0 billions in 2010, after a slightly declined of about $0.3 billion in 2009. Likewise, in the same year, there was a similar decrease in the aid given in other countries, following with an increase from $15.7 billion in 20016 to $3.3 billion in 2010.