Found 1,557 UK NGOs working in South Africa
Figures refer to charities registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, based on areas of operation supplied to the Charity Commission by the charities themselves. Charities that say they work in more than 50 countries are not included. Total spending of these organisations includes work they carry out outside of South Africa.
IATI Activity data
IATI is a global initiative to improve the transparency of development and humanitarian resources and their results to address poverty and crises. The data presented here is sourced from OIPA.
List of UK-registered organisations operating in South Africa, sourced from data published by IATI publishers.
- Oxfam GB 
- Christian Aid 
- ActionAid UK 
- Medical Research Council 
- Triple Line & Crown Agents (Joint Venture) 
- MySociety 
- Save the Children UK 
- BRITISH COUNCIL 
- Canon Collins Educational and Legal Assistance Trust 
- CDC Group Plc 
- Crown Agents. 
- DeafKidz International 
- Dim Sum Digital Limited 
- Grassroot Soccer (UK) 
- IMC Worldwide Ltd 
- International Children's Trust 
- Open Knowledge Foundation 
- Promote Mifumi Project 
- Tabeisa UK 
- Adam Smith International 
- Amos Trust 
- Bishop Simeon Trust 
- CoST (Construction Sector Transparency Initiative) 
- Friends of the Children of Southern Africa 
- Friends of Treatment Action Campaign (FOTAC) 
- Hope Through Action 
- Institute of Development Studies 
- International Association for Digital Publications 
- Itad Limited 
- LINK Community Development 
- MannionDaniels 
- Progressio 
- Restless Development 
- Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) 
- Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing 
- WWF-UK 
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