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As a transparent grantmaker, we believe we have a duty to publish details of all our activities in an accessible format. The source data used on this page is available as open data and can be found at http://www.sfct.org.uk/360giving and https://www.iatiregistry.org/publisher/indtrust.

Supporting People’s Assembly parliamentary monitoring site

28 Feb 2017

Parliamentary Monitoring Group

£105,000.00

Three year grant to support the core costs of running the People’s Assembly parliamentary monitoring site and advocacy efforts around it.

Continued work on parliamentary transparency and public services in Africa

23 Feb 2017

mySociety

United Kingdom

£40,000.00

To support parliamentary transparency and public services delivery work.

Strengthening Kenyan Parliamentary Monitoring Site

13 Feb 2017

Mzalendo Trust

£60,150.00

Three year grant to support core costs of Mzalendo, which monitors Kenya's parliament and the activities of its parliamentarians.

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Holding government accountable through data-driven campaigns in Nigeria

28 Feb 2017

Connected Development (CODE)

£99,894.00

To cover core costs to an organisation which runs data-led campaigns which hold government to account on budget allocations and delivery of services.

Supporting the use of data and technology to drive social change

23 Feb 2017

OpenUp

£50,000.00

This grant provides core funding for Code4SA, which uses data and technology to promote informed decision-making that drives social change in South Africa.

Improving access to UK philanthropic data

25 Jan 2017

360Giving

United Kingdom

£50,000.00

To help cover the core costs of 360Giving, the organisation supporting UK donors and philanthropists to publish their grants data in an open, standardised way to support decision-making and learning across the charitable giving sector.

Addressing civic challenges through technology in Ghana

11 Jan 2017

Ghana

Information and Communication Technology

£35,000.00

To support a user centred design process which will enable technologists, civil society and creatives to work together to identify and address civic challenges in Ghana.

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Addressing civic challenges through technology in Uganda

11 Jan 2017

Uganda

Anti-corruption organisations and institutions, Democratic participation and civil society

£20,000.00

To contribute to phase 2 of a civic tech collaboration. This project brings together civic groups, technologists and creatives to build a platform (Yogera) which aims to tackle corruption in Uganda.

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Strengthening opportunities for young people in King’s Cross, London

4 Jan 2017

Copenhagen Youth Project

United Kingdom

£45,000.00

Core funding for three years (£15,000 in each financial year 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19) to this youth organisation which offers a variety of activities and programmes for young people in this King's Cross area.

Improving transparency in sub-Saharan Africa’s health systems

10 Nov 2016

United Kingdom

Democratic participation and civil society, Health policy and administrative management

£30,000.00

To enable them to distribute small grants to organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa who are using technology to improve transparency in the pharmaceutical and health sector.

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