§ Mrs. Chalker
asked the Minister of Overseas Development what was the total sum granted by her Department to non-statutory organisations in each of the years 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76 and 1976–77 ; what is the size of the grants budgeted for 1977–78, 1978–79 and 1979–80; and if she will list these grants.
§ Mrs. Hart:
The total sum granted by my Department to non-statutory organisations other than governmental, academic and scientific bodies in each of the years 1973–74 to 1976–77 inclusive is as follows:
£'000s 1973–74 1,915 1974–75 2,275 1975–76 2,409 1976–77 (provisional) 2,898
1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77 ; and what is the size of the grants budgeted for 1977–78, 1978–79, 1979–80 ; and it he will detail these.
§ Mr. Les Huckfield:
My Department has paid the following grants-in-aid to non-ststutory bodies:
Details of the grants approved for 1977–78 totalling £6,063,197 are:
Organisation £ Africa Centre 100 African Inland Mission 20,250 African Medical and Research Foundation 40,250 Appropriate Health Resources and Technologies Action Group(AHRTAG-UK) 6,000 Beit Trust 8,000 Birmingham International Council 4,500 Bracknell World Development Movement 250 Britain-Tanzania Society 1,500 British Red Cross Society 25,650 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development 20,000 Catholic Institute for International Relations 12,000 Catholic Institute for International Service 111,000 Centre for World Development Education 70,437 Christian Aid 40,000 Christians Abroad 8,000 Church of Scotland 5,000 Church Missionary Society 5,000 Commonwealth Linking Trust 200 Commonwealth Society for the Deaf 4,125 Concord (Birmingham) Film Council 1,076 Council for Education in World Citizenship 3,000 Farnham Castle 137,000 Friends of Urambo and Mwanhala 1,285 Friends Service Council 11,000 Girl Guides Association 600 Help the Aged 1,000
Organisation £ Hexham World Development Movement 50 Intermediate Technology Development Group 71,035 International Development Centre, Coventry 296 International Planned Parenthood Federation 1,500,000 International Voluntary Service 106,600 Kingston One World Centre 800 Leamington Third World Information Centre 1,000 Marr Munning Trust 7,210 Merseyside Churches Ecumenical Council 3,500 Methodist Church World Development Standing Committee 1,500 National Council for Social Service (British Volunteer Programme Secretariat) 10,000 Norwich Third World Centre 321 Overseas Development Institute 5,000 Overseas Students Advisory Bureau 29,000 Oxfam 5,25,550 Plunkett Foundation for Co-operative Studies 3,000 Ranfurly Library Service 10,000 Returned Volunteers Action 5,000 Regional Conference on International Voluntary Services 2,500 Royal Commonwealth Society, Oxford 150 Save The Children Fund 173,000 Scottish Education and Action for Development 3,049 Standing Conference on Refugees 4,500 Surrey Oxfam Youth Trust 1,500 Toc H 500 Third World Centres 1,321 Third World First 4,000 United Nations Association Educational Trust for Scotland 3,500 United Nations Association North Western Region 2,000 Voluntary Service Overseas War on Want 902,375 Welsh Centre for International Affairs 10,676 West Cumbria World Development Movement 650 Women's Corona Society 21,000 World Development Group, Londonderry 1,500 World Development Movement Churches Committee 5,000 World Development Movement (Headquarters) 2,245 World University Service 1,952,000 Young Women's Christian Association 646
Subject to the submission of suitable developmental proposals and the availability of both funds and projects. I anticipate that the total sum to be made available for similar purposes in 1978–79 232W and 1979–80 will be no less than that allocated for 1977–78.