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NGOs are only included if they say they work in fewer than 50 countries. This is because some organisations claim they are working in every single country in the world, or very large numbers of countries. This is unlikely. So we can exclude them by restricting the number of countries organisations work in.

The figures for income and spending include the total income and spending of the organisations in all the countries they work in.

Religious organisations refers to those organisations which self-describe themselves as undertaking "religious activities" in their causes.

Charity Reg. date Latest income Activities Region ?

The British Red Cross Society

Charity number 220949

21/03/1963

Latest income £243,300,000

[Dec 2018]

The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global network of volunteers, responding to natural disasters, conflicts and individual emergencies. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their own communities. and when the crisis is over, we help people to recover and move on with their lives.

Makes grants

Work in India, Uganda, Sudan, Afghanistan, Côte d'Ivoire, Timor-Leste, Guinea, Antigua and Barbuda, Bangladesh, South Africa, Nepal, Myanmar, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Italy, Iraq, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Lebanon, Haiti, Ecuador, Kenya, Mongolia, Sierra Leone, Ukraine, North Korea, Syria, Djibouti, Philippines, Somalia, Yemen, South Sudan, Senegal, Greece, Turks and Caicos Islands and Lesotho

UK registered office: London

International Rescue Committee, U.K

Charity number 1065972

20/11/1997

Latest income £143,671,000

[Sep 2018]

The International Rescue Committee UK is an independent British charity, established in 1997 as part of the International Rescue Committee network. the IRC provides emergency relief, protection of human rights, post-conflict reconstruction, resettlement assistance & advocacy to those uprooted or affected by violent conflict, oppression and natural disaster in countries around the world.

Makes grants

Work in Colombia, Serbia, Mali, Afghanistan, Chad, South Sudan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Uganda, Yemen, Tanzania, Jordan, Syria, Pakistan, Greece, Libya, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Turkey, Liberia, United States, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, Lebanon, Somalia, Burundi, Niger, Kenya, Iraq, Thailand and Italy

UK registered office: London

Islamic Relief Worldwide

Charity number 328158

06/04/1989

Latest income £127,934,411

[Dec 2018]

1. Responding to emergencies 2. Caring for orphans and children in need 3. Supporting education 4. Providing access to health care and water 5. Promoting sustainable livelihood 6. Campaigning and advocacy on humanitrian issues

Makes grants

Work in Syria, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Turkey, Israel, Australia, Sudan, Libya, Malaysia, Iraq, Niger, Saudi Arabia, Guinea, South Sudan, Haiti, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Russia, Jordan, Kenya, Philippines, Nepal, Indonesia, Chad, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, North Macedonia, China, Malawi, Yemen, India, South Africa, Somalia, Qatar, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Kosovo, Central African Republic, Lebanon, Albania, Kuwait, Bangladesh, Mali, Ethiopia, Egypt, Myanmar and Ireland

UK registered office: West Midlands

Christian Aid

Charity number 1105851

13/09/2004

Latest income £117,917,000

[Mar 2018]

We work with the worlds poorest people to tackle the causes and consequences of poverty. Our work is centred around our strategic change objectives: Power to change institutions; the right to essential services; Fair shares in a constrained world; Equality for all; Tackling violence, building peace. We work with others as part of a global movement committed to ending poverty and social injustice.

Makes grants

Work in Mali, Sierra Leone, Angola, Libya, Peru, Nepal, Malawi, Sudan, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Israel, Zimbabwe, Colombia, Honduras, Nigeria, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, Iraq, Uganda, Burundi, India, Ghana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Lebanon, Egypt, Nicaragua, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Zambia, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Serbia, Kenya, Philippines and Bolivia

UK registered office: London

International Medical Corps (UK)

Charity number 1093861

19/09/2002

Latest income £113,079,711

[Jun 2018]

International Medical Corps UK works alongside its affiliate International Medical Corps, responding to humanitarian emergencies and communities afflicted by conflict, poverty and natural disaster in more than thirty countries around the world. It achieves this, through the provision of medical aid, health care training and health care programmes.

Work in Indonesia, Mali, Afghanistan, Chad, Yemen, Sudan, South Sudan, Turkey, Ukraine, Jordan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Lebanon, Ethiopia, Iraq, Cameroon, Somalia, Burundi, Central African Republic, Libya and Syria

UK registered office: London

The Halo Trust

Charity number 1001813

05/02/1991

Latest income £75,007,000

[Mar 2019]

HALO 1. Helps to eliminate the threat to lives and livelihoods posed by landmines and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW); 2. Designs and delivers physical security & stockpile management (PSSM) of explosive ammunition for the protection of civilians; 3. Reduces the potential for armed violence in fragile states; 4. Responds rapidly to crises to alleviate suffering and enable humanitarian efforts.

Work in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Laos, Guinea-Bissau, Yemen, Colombia, Kosovo, Guatemala, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Armenia, Angola, Occupied Palestinian Territories, El Salvador, Zimbabwe, Jordan, Georgia, Honduras, Cambodia, Somalia, Iraq, Ukraine, Myanmar and Sri Lanka

UK registered office: Scotland

Relief International UK

Charity number 1098106

19/06/2003

Latest income £70,523,842

[Dec 2018]

Relief International-UK (RI-UK) is a non-profit making, non-religious emergency relief, rehabilitation, and development organisation that provides timely and efficient services and material resources to assist victims of natural and man-made disasters worldwide.

Makes grants

Work in Iraq, Myanmar, Turkey, Philippines, South Sudan, Lebanon, Bangladesh, Somalia, Syria, Jordan, Afghanistan, Uganda, Iran, Yemen and Sudan

UK registered office: London

World Vision UK

Charity number 285908

06/01/1983

Latest income £64,584,409

[Sep 2018]

World Vision UK is an international Christian children's charity working to bring hope to millions of children in the world's hardest places. Our work involves long-term sustainable development programmes focused on children, their families & communities; relief and rehabilitation in response to humanitarian emergencies and advocacy to challenge the policies and practices that perpetuate poverty.

Makes grants

Work in Tanzania, Central African Republic, Somalia, Burundi, Sudan, Iraq, Niger, Bolivia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Nepal, Thailand, Mongolia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Pakistan, Cambodia, Albania, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Zambia, Mozambique, Ecuador, Uganda, Malawi, Honduras, Guatemala, Sierra Leone, Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Angola, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Haiti, Armenia, Chad, Philippines, Myanmar, Jordan, India, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Bangladesh, Timor-Leste and Senegal

UK registered office: South East

The Mines Advisory Group

Charity number 1083008

24/10/2000

Latest income £60,872,000

[Jun 2018]

Our vision is a safe & secure future for men,women & children affected by armed violence & conflict.MAG assists people through mine action & Arms Management & Destruction.We seek to address the human impact of landmines,cluster munitions & ERW & we work to reduce the risk & impact of unplanned explosions at munitions sites & the risk of weapons & munitions being diverted to the illicit arms trade.

Work in South Sudan, Mexico, Cambodia, Angola, Laos, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Iraq, Burkina Faso, Somalia, Nigeria, Chad, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sri Lanka, Syria, Senegal, Myanmar, Lebanon, Vietnam, Mauritania, Mali, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Peru

UK registered office: North West

Medecins Sans Frontieres (UK)

Charity number 1026588

29/09/1993

Latest income £57,225,017

[Dec 2018]

To relieve and promote the relief of sickness and to provide medical aid to the injured and to protect and preserve good health by the provision of medical supplies, personnel and procedures calculated to overcome disease, injury or malnutrition in any part of the world in accordance with the principles espoused by the International Council of Medecins Sans Frontieres in October 1990.

Makes grants

Work in Iraq, South Sudan, Guinea, Zimbabwe, Libya, Nigeria, Syria, Chad, Somalia, Ethiopia, Haiti, Ukraine, Mozambique, Indonesia, Myanmar, Switzerland, Yemen, India, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Jordan, Pakistan, Turkey, Sierra Leone, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Italy

UK registered office: London

Action Against Hunger

Charity number 1047501

27/06/1995

Latest income £42,956,744

[Dec 2018]

To provide increased resources to support projects that address acute malnutrition and respond to humanitarian crises. to increase the impact and quality of responses to acute malnutrition and food crises by improving accountability, coverage and sustainability to influence donors' and practitioners' policies and programmes on the responses to , and prevention of, food crises and malnutrition

Work in Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Mauritania, Côte d'Ivoire, Zimbabwe, Syria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Liberia, Niger, Myanmar, Madagascar, Cameroon, South Sudan, Yemen, Spain, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Iraq, Mali, Uganda, Philippines, United States, Colombia and Kenya

UK registered office: London

BBC Media Action

Charity number 1076235

23/06/1999

Latest income £35,389,699

[Mar 2018]

BBC Media Action uses media and communication to reduce poverty and promote human rights, thereby enabling people to build better lives. We work in more than 40 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Central Asia. We have three main thematic areas: health, governance and humanitarian, and two subsidiary areas: education/livelihoods and climate.

Work in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Turkey, Nigeria, Nepal, Lebanon, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Indonesia, Libya, Algeria, Egypt, India, Liberia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Tunisia, Somalia, Cambodia, Pakistan, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Kenya, Ukraine, Estonia, Tanzania, Zambia, Belarus, North Macedonia, Syria, Iraq and Jordan

UK registered office: London

Amanat Charity Trust

Charity number 1000851

07/11/1990

Latest income £35,359,267

[Nov 2018]

To provide relief to victims of natural disasters and man made disasters worldwide regardless of colour, race ,ethnicity and to facilitate rehabilitation back into communities by providing sustainable aid concentrating on education and welfare projects

Makes grants

Work in Nepal, Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Haiti, Ethiopia, Madagascar, North Macedonia, Yemen, Senegal, Malawi, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Albania, Djibouti, Afghanistan, The Gambia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Central African Republic, Syria, Bangladesh, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Russia, Indonesia, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Mauritania and Somalia

UK registered office: North West

Penny Appeal

Charity number 1128341

02/03/2009

Latest income £24,554,963

[Apr 2018]

Penny Appeal provides poverty relief across Asia, the Middle East and Africa, with dedicated programmes to help the poor and needy by building wells, caring for orphans, providing nutritious food, delivering emergency aid in response to crisis situations and providing healthcare. Penny Appeal also works in the UK to help homeless people and women who have experienced domestic abuse.

Makes grants

Work in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Somalia, Niger, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Azerbaijan, Eritrea, Yemen, Australia, Iraq, Myanmar, Greece, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Guinea-Bissau, Pakistan, The Gambia, Israel, United States, Ethiopia, India, Guinea, Afghanistan, Cameroon, Kenya, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Mali, Bangladesh, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Djibouti, Turkey, Central African Republic, Lebanon, Mauritania, South Africa, Nigeria and Syria

UK registered office: Yorkshire and The Humber

Syria Relief

Charity number 1143797

14/09/2011

Latest income £22,053,269

[Dec 2018]

The relief of financial hardship among people in Syria, and throughout the world, by providing such persons with goods/services which they could not otherwise afford through lack of means. the relief of sickness and the preservation of health among people in Syria, and throughout the world. the advancement of education for the public benefit of people in Syria, and throughout the world.

Makes grants

Work in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey and Syria

UK registered office: North West

Helpage International

Charity number 288180

17/11/1983

Latest income £21,924,000

[Mar 2018]

HelpAge International's vision is a world in which all older people fulfil their potential to lead dignified, active, healthy and secure lives. We work with our partners to ensure that people everywhere understand how much older people contribute to society and that they must enjoy their right to healthcare, social services and economic and physical security.

Makes grants

Work in Zambia, Iraq, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Tanzania, Vietnam, Uganda, Laos, Bangladesh, Thailand, Cambodia, Kenya, Sudan, Haiti, Pakistan, South Africa, China, Ukraine, India, Russia, Moldova, South Sudan, Mozambique, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Kyrgyzstan, Colombia, Myanmar, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso and Philippines

UK registered office: London

Shell Foundation

Charity number 1080999

02/06/2000

Latest income £21,843,328

[Dec 2018]

Shell Foundation mission is to apply business thinking to major social and environmental issues linked to the energy sector - and seek to relieve poverty and hardship and protect the environment, for the public benefit, through the promotion and development of business-based solutions and supportive market environments, to target large scale impact.

Makes grants

Work in Egypt, Kenya, United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Jordan, Brazil, Uganda, Switzerland, Oman, China, United States, Haiti, India, Nigeria, Ghana and Iraq

UK registered office: London

War Child

Charity number 1071659

22/09/1998

Latest income £17,020,690

[Dec 2018]

War Child protects, educates and stands up for the rights of children in war. We work in 15 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. We understand children's needs, respect their rights, and support their recovery; from providing education for displaced children, to reintegrating child soldiers or promoting justice for children in detention to providing livelihood options.

Work in Afghanistan, Uganda, Yemen, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq and Jordan

UK registered office: London

Al-ayn Social Care Foundation

Charity number 1163706

23/09/2015

Latest income £16,116,890

[Dec 2018]

- the prevention or relief of poverty and financial hardship among orphaned children and other individuals in need . - the prevention or relief of sickness among orphaned children and other individuals in need.

Makes grants

Work in Iraq

UK registered office: London

International Ngo Safety Organisation

Charity number 1140276

08/02/2011

Latest income £14,292,645

[Jun 2018]

Our vision is a well informed and empowered humanitarian community able to deliver aid to vulnerable individuals in the worlds most challenging contexts with the minimum of risk to their staff, partners and beneficiaries. Our mission is the coordination and management of information related to the safety of humanitarian aid personnel and operations.

Work in Iraq, Ukraine, Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Afghanistan, Somalia, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria, Nigeria, Central African Republic and Kenya

UK registered office: London

Samaritan's Purse International Limited

Charity number 1001349

20/12/1990

Latest income £13,188,443

[Mar 2019]

Samaritan's Purse is a non-profit, Christian organisation providing church support and emergency relief and development assistance to the victims of war, famine, natural disaster, and disease, with the aim of demonstrating God's love to all and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Makes grants

Work in Uganda, Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Zambia, Kosovo, Philippines, Zimbabwe, Serbia, Belarus, Romania, Ukraine, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Montenegro, Liberia, Eswatini, Iraq, Azerbaijan and Kenya

UK registered office: East of England

The World Federation of Khoja Shia Ithna-asheri Muslim Communities

Charity number 282303

01/06/1982

Latest income £12,716,695

[Dec 2018]

The World Federation of KSIMC provides these activities through its Regional Federations and partners based internationally in America, Europe, Africa, Pakistan, India and Australia.

Makes grants

Work in South Africa, Sweden, Lebanon, Kenya, Iraq, Nepal, India, Denmark, Australia, United States, New Zealand, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Austria, France, Pakistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina

UK registered office: London

Shelterbox Trust

Charity number 1096479

12/03/2003

Latest income £11,814,011

[Dec 2018]

ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and vital supplies to support communities around the world overwhelmed by disaster and humanitarian crises.

Makes grants

Work in Syria, United States, Nigeria, Iraq, Philippines, Niger, Dominican Republic, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Antigua and Barbuda, Uganda, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Haiti, St Kitts-Nevis, Peru, Cameroon, Mozambique, Dominica, Bangladesh, Somalia, Chad, British Virgin Islands, Madagascar, Colombia and Nepal

UK registered office: South West

The Amar International Charitable Foundation

Charity number 1047432

22/06/1995

Latest income £9,322,627

[Dec 2017]

Provision of public health and education to populations in complex emergency situations or who are otherwise under-served.

Work in Yemen, Lebanon and Iraq

UK registered office: London

Magen David Adom UK

Charity number 1113409

23/03/2006

Latest income £7,201,115

[Dec 2018]

To support Magen David Adom, Israel's only ambulance and medical emergency service. Magen David Adom is a non-Governmental, not for profit organisation that depends on support from donors around the world. Magen David Adom also works internationally to share its expertise around the world. Magen David Adom is a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Makes grants

Work in Israel, Nepal, Ukraine, Iraq and North Macedonia

UK registered office: London

The Al-khoei Benevolent Foundation

Charity number 802000

23/08/1989

Latest income £6,841,463

[Aug 2018]

The principal activity of the Charity is to promote the advance of the Islamic religion by all or any of the following means. - Providing and maintaining Mosques and religious centres for the worship of the Islamic religion. - Teaching and educating young members of the Islamic community in the doctrine and practices of the Islamic religion and Jurisprudence.

Makes grants

Work in Iraq

UK registered office: London

Embrace the Middle East

Charity number 1076329

30/06/1999

Latest income £6,642,000

[Dec 2018]

Embrace the Middle East, formerly known as BibleLands, seeks to improve the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the Middle East. We do this in partnership with local Christians, focusing on education, healthcare and community development.

Makes grants

Work in Occupied Palestinian Territories, Israel, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon

UK registered office: South East

Islamic Help

Charity number 1160490

13/02/2015

Latest income £6,184,249

[Mar 2018]

1. PROVISION of EMERGENCY AID to THOSE AFFECTED BY NATURAL & MAN-MADE DISASTERS 2. ESTABLISHING LONG TERM SUSTAINABILITY & LIVELIHOOD PROGRAMMES 3. CARING for ORPHANS & VULNERABLE CHILDREN 4. PROVIDING ACCESS to CLEAN & SAFE WATER 5. ESTABLISHMENT of ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAMMES 6. PROVISION of HEALTHCARE for PEOPLE in NEED 7. SUPPORTING EDUCATION

Makes grants

Work in Niger, Turkey, Somalia, Tanzania, Syria, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Uganda, Nepal, Mali, Indonesia, Iraq, Burkina Faso, Jordan, Cambodia, Philippines, India and Yemen

UK registered office: West Midlands

Human Relief Foundation

Charity number 1126281

14/10/2008

Latest income £6,107,742

[Dec 2018]

Provides humanitarian aid and assistance by responding to emergencies and empowering societies through education and training. the Foundation accepts donations from individuals and institutions within UK and international which are used to implement its humanitarian projects. HRF was first registered with the Charity Commission in 1995 (1043676), then became a company limited by guarantee in 2007.

Makes grants

Work in Ghana, Iraq, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Pakistan, France, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Yemen, Bangladesh and India

UK registered office:

The Institute for War and Peace Reporting (iwpr)

Charity number 1027201

14/10/1993

Latest income £5,864,322

[Dec 2018]

The advancement of education and training in public interest journalism and in the causes, conduct, effects and resolution of international, ethnic and group conflict and civil war for the public benefit.

Work in Kazakhstan, Iraq, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tajikistan, Sri Lanka, Rwanda, Armenia, Sierra Leone, Syria, Egypt, Nigeria, Mexico, Sudan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Libya, Tunisia, Philippines, Georgia and Cuba

UK registered office: London