Latest income

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UK Region

Based on the UK head office


Exclude any organisations that say they work in more than countries (out of 248).


Data notes

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.

NGOs found
NGOs working in Upper middle income also work in a further 239 countries, including the UK
Altogether, these NGOs spend £7.7bn
in all these countries*
This is equivalent to 10% of total UK charity spending of £79.2bn

* It is not possible to isolate spending only on Upper middle income, we can only report spending by organisations in all the countries they work in.

Financial data is based on the latest available for these organisations. The latest available data is from 2020, though for some organisations it may be earlier.

How NGOs describe themselves
Number of NGOs by size
Amount of spending by size (£)
Where do these NGOs work?
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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.

Select a country below to see a list of UK-registered organisations operating in these countries, sourced from data published by IATI publishers.

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