FIFA has confirmed it is giving $100,000 to former Togo goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilale, who was shot when terrorists attacked the team's bus at the Africa Nations Cup in Angola in January.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced in September they would be donating $25,000 to Obilale and this sum has now been raised.
Three people died in the incident - the bus driver, an assistant coach and a press officer - while Obilale, who was initially also reported as dead, had to be flown to South Africa for emergency treatment after sustaining gunshot wounds in the lower back and abdomen.
The French Football Federation earlier this year agreed to pay the €65,000 repatriation costs for Obilale to return to France after he issued an emotional appeal for help.
A FIFA statement read: "FIFA is to donate a sum of USD 100,000 to Togolese international goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilale, who was seriously injured during an armed attack on his team's bus in the Angolan enclave of Cabinda ahead of the CAF African Cup of Nations in January.
"The 25-year-old goalkeeper, formerly with French side Pontivy, was gravely wounded when the Togolese team bus was hit by gunfire on 8 January.
"The ambush took the lives of assistant coach Amelete Abalo and press officer Stanislas O'cloo, while Obilale himself is still continuing his rehabilitation.''