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The Behaviour of Muslim Foreign Aid Donors During the Coronavirus Pandemic: The Case of GCC States
Islam and civilisational renewal
This paper examines the foreign aid behavior of Muslim donors, focusing on Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, in responding to the Coronavirus pandemic regionally and globally. It explores the patterns of foreign aid for GCC states using data of four-member countries; Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, and UAE. Also, this study unveils the Muslim aid policy framework and offers an overview about the GCC foreign aid. Then, it presents the global response framework by global, Muslim and GCC donorsdoi:10.52282/icr.v13i1.909 fatcat:yyw5wgtoynaixdavlfvvz3iurq