§ Mr. Ieuan Wyn Jones
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what percentage of NHS expenditure was spent on health promotion in Wales in each of the last three years; and what is the estimate for the current year. 
Scheme Voluntary organization Amount of funding in 1997–98(£) Amount of funding in 1998–99(£) Shoreline project (hostel for heavy drinkers), Cardiff Wallich Clifford Community 75,457 75,457 Bond Board, Swansea Barnados 22,501 21,231 Rough sleeper survey, Caerphilly Shelter Cymru 1,200 — Direct access hostel, Rhyl National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO) 24,000 24,000 Outreach worker, Gwynedd Cywaith Joseff 4,350 18,180 Rooflessness survey and provision of advice services, Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire Action for Single Homeless 11,250 15,000 Direct access hostel, Swansea Swansea Cyrenians 68,363 68,363 Support worker for young people leaving care, Swansea Cymdeithas Caer Las 5,706 5,706 Rooflessness survey and provision of services for rough sleepers, Vale of Glamorgan Llamau Housing Society 15,819 63,276 Direct access hostel and resettlement worker Wrexham Action Trust Christians for the Homeless (WATCH) 968 24,000 Income advice to rough sleepers, Cardiff Cardiff Move-On 4,835 — Health care to rough sleepers, Cardiff Cardiff Move-on 4,660 — Drop-in day sessions at Night Shelter, Rhyl NACRO 3,000 — Update rough sleepers survey and provide pilot drop-in service, Gwynedd North Wales Housing Authority 1,500 — Production of handbook of services for homeless, Gwynedd Arfon Single Homeless Group 3,926 — Outreach worker for rough sleepers, Swansea Swansea Cyrenians 4,500 — Multi-disciplinary outreach worker, Swansea Cymdeithas Caer Las 7,254 —
§ Mr. Win Griffiths
The percentage of NHS expenditure on health promotion in the last three years is shown in the table. Figures for 1997–98 are not yet available.
Year Percentage 1994–95 0.54 1995–96 0.53 1996–97 0.50
Annual accounts and financial returns of health authorities, special health authorities, NHS Trusts, district health authorities and family health service authorities for 1994–95 to 1996–97.