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Last year donations and grants allowed us to help 2.8 million people living in poverty

In 2016-17 Practical Action had an income of £33.2 million.

Of this, 36% was raised from voluntary donations and legacies from individuals, and 11% from donations from small family trusts and companies.

A further 53% came from grants made by the UK and other governments for development assistance, by multilateral development agencies and other large funders such as international trusts.

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How is the money spent?

Practical Action spent £28 million in 2016-17. The majority of spend, 90%, was on charitable activities - on our programmes round the world and the operations of the subsidiaries - and 9% was reinvested in further fundraising. Only 1% of expenditure was on management and administration (calculated by UK Charity Commission-regulated norms).

Annual Report & Accounts

A full breakdown of Practical Action's income and expenditure, the report of the independent auditors and a detailed financial statement are available in our Annual Report & Accounts, which also include a review of our international programmes against strategic objectives.

Annual Report & Accounts

International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

Practical Action is committed to being an open and transparent organisation, accountable to all of its stakeholders. Practical Action now publishes data via the International Aid Transparency initiative (IATI), where information on aid and activity spending is publicly accessible. Read more ...

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