Grants Awarded

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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.

Creative workshops and support for people with severe mental health needs

6 Dec 2018

South East London Arts Network

United Kingdom

£2,000.00

Unrestricted funding.

Enhancing open access to legl information in South Africa

4 Dec 2018

Laws.Africa

£70,000.00

To support the development of this new organisaition and to enhance the Indigo platform for use by Africa Liis.

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Supporting refugees and asylum seekers with complex needs

3 Dec 2018

Helen Bamber Foundation

United Kingdom

£2,000.00

Unrestricted funding.

Integrity Idol South Africa 2019

9 Nov 2018

Accountability Lab

United States of America

£16,308.82

Towards funding the 2019 Integrity Idol SA project.

Core Funding to Technology Innovation Hub HapaSpace in Ghana

30 Oct 2018

hapaSpace (Hapaweb Solutions)

£20,000.00

Core funding for organisational costs.

Core funding for Technology Hub in Sierra Leone

30 Oct 2018

Sensi Company Ltd

£20,000.00

Core funding for organisational costs.

Core Funding – Technology Innovation Hub Ethiopia

30 Oct 2018

Iceaddis

£20,000.00

Core funding for organisational costs.

Core Funding – Technology Innovation Hub Uganda

30 Oct 2018

Hive Colab

£20,000.00

Core funding for organisational costs.

Smarter tech for smarter refugee education

25 Jul 2018

International Rescue Committee

United Kingdom

£42,553.21

To support a project using technology to improve educational outcomes for refugees - Delivering improved social-emotional learning for refugees inTanzania through tablet-based video support.

Scaling the Caselaw available on AfricanLII

18 Jun 2018

African Commercial Law Foundation

United Kingdom

£19,530.00

For Further Development and Scaling of the African Caselaw Index In partnership with AfricanLII and the University of Cape Town.