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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.

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Charity Reg. date Latest income Activities Region ?

The Bristol Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Limited

Charity number 1104986

20/07/2004

Latest income £13,611,000

[Dec 2018]

Operation of Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Wild Place Project. Carry out field conservation and research projects

Makes grants

Work in Madagascar, Equatorial Guinea, Portugal, Costa Rica, Philippines, South Africa, Cameroon, Tanzania, French Polynesia and Comoros

UK registered office: South West

The Manta Trust

Charity number 1145387

11/01/2012

Latest income £420,677

[Jun 2018]

The charity?S key objectives are the conservation of manta rays and their close relatives, mobula rays throughout the world?S oceans. Manta rays can be considered charismatic megafauna; diving and snorkelling with these creatures is a sought after experience the world over. Our vision is to see these animals thriving in healthy, diverse ocean ecosystems the world over.

Makes grants

Work in French Polynesia, Indonesia, Philippines, New Zealand, Ecuador, Portugal, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Palau, Peru, British Indian Ocean Territory, Maldives, Mexico, Costa Rica, Fiji and Brazil

UK registered office: South West

The Island Initiative

Charity number 1179271

20/07/2018 The Island Initiative directs its efforts at conserving the marine environment and helping remote island communities to develop new sustainable employment opportunities - fly fishing guiding, fly tying, hotel services, jewellery making. Training and education in conservation of fish stocks underpins this, particularly engaging children and young people.

Work in French Polynesia

UK registered office: East of England
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