Lottery Grants with no geographic location in 2005

861 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 2005 Women and Children First (UK)

There Are Around Four Million Births Annually In Bangladesh, Yet Still Unacceptably High Numbers Of Women And Newborns Are Dying Of Preventable Causes Each Year. At This Rate, Bangladesh Is Not Expected To Achieve Either Of The Millennium Development Goa

£172,602 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Croydon Community Care Service

In The Punjab District Of Pakistan, Women, Children And Religious Minorities Are Denied Their Rights. Domestic Violence, Honour Killings, And Religious Hatred Killings Are Viewed To Be Socially Acceptable And Current Legislation, Including The Hadood Ordi

£98,815 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Voluntary Service Overseas

Inequality, Poor Governance And Discrimination Are The Root Causes Of Poverty In Nepal. Dalit And People With Disabilities Are Amongst The Most Marginalised. Dalit And Disabled Women Are Doubly So. This Project Aims To Send Volunteers To Mentor Local Or

£341,636 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 The Haven Wolverhampton

Since 2002, Jurisdiction For Hearing Domestic Violence Cases In Sverdlovsk Region, Russia, Was Transferred To The Justice Of The Peace (Jps). Jps Have Never Received Training On Domestic Violence And The Majority Of Cases That Finally Make It Through The

£397,379 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Karuna Trust

Nomadic And Pastoral Communities In Remote, High Altitude Villages Of The Himalayas Are Amongst The Most Disadvantaged In India. They Suffer Due To Their Geographical Isolation, Are Culturally Alienated And Lack Access To Health, Education And Sanitation.

£570,741 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 The Whitley fund for Nature

The Himalayan Deserts Are A Harsh Terrain With Severe Winters, An Arid Climate And Unproductive Soil. Water Comes Mainly From Glaciermelt And So Arable Land Is Limited By Lack Of Irrigation. Desertification Is Increasing And Droughts Are Frequent. Society

£516,429 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Practical Action

The indigenous families who live in high mountain peasant communities in Peru live in extreme poverty. There is practically no vegetation and their livelihoods are almost exclusively based on alpaca husbandry and the cultivation of native varieties of pot

£721,166 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 ActionAid

Somaliland was formed in 1991 following three years of civil war resulting in 60,000 deaths, large numbers of displaced people and a near total destruction of infrastructure. Following a period of inter-clan conflict, peace was established through traditi

£504,219 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Saint John Ambulance National Headquarters

Over Five Million South Africans Are Living With Hiv/Aids. The Government Has A Plan For The Roll Out Of Anti-Retroviral Treatment, But These Do Not Reach All Those Who Need Them. For Those Without Access To Treatment, Care In The Home Is Crucial To Their

£634,536 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Project Hope UK

In The Russian Federation Hiv/Aids Is Spreading At One Of The Fastest Rates In The World, Previously Due To High Drug Injection Rates, But Now Being Increased Due To Sexual Transmission. In 1996 The Rate Due To Sexual Activity Was Zero, In 2001 4.6 Per Ce

£693,552 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 The Britain - Nepal Medical Trust

In the Eastern Region of Nepal only about a quarter of sick people visit health institutions during illness, women hesitate to visit health institutions because of a lack of female health workers, nine out of ten deliveries take place at home and of these

£709,625 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Childhope UK

In recent years there has been some progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Uganda. However, whilst the rate of new infections has declined in urban areas, in rural areas the rate of new infections is increasing. Women aged 20-24 years show the highest

£809,497 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Children In Crisis

When East Timor Became Independent In 2002, A Large Proportion Of Indonesian School Teachers And Government Agency Officials Returned To Indonesia Creating A Serious Deficit In Education And Other Public Services. The Ministry Of Education Is Still In Th

£318,463 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 CARE International UK

In Afghanistan 53 per cent of households live below the poverty line, and only 55 per cent of children are enrolled in school. In the six selected project areas up to 37 per cent of boys and 94 per cent of girls are not enrolled in primary school. The a

£490,045 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Leonard Cheshire Disability

Through a combination of physical barriers, parental stigma, and marginalisation by society, only one per cent of children with disabilities in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India benefit from a primary education. This project will work in all three countries

£483,614 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Children of the Andes

Three million children work in Colombia, 75 per cent of these never attend school. Cali has one of the highest concentrations of child workers. Most are Afro-Colombian and are displaced by conflict. They live in single mother families and siblings often h

£624,781 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 S O S Sahel International (UK)

Niger is ranked as the world's least developed country and is disadvantaged even compared to other Sub-Saharan countries. Forty percent of children under five years old are underweight and a quarter die before they reach the age of five. The climate is be

£77,587 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Act 4 Africa

Reported numbers of AIDS cases continue to rise in Uganda. Communities struggle to support the large numbers of children orphaned by the pandemic. More than 25 per cent of all households are now headed by women, many of these by young girls. Those living

£189,970 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Interact Worldwide

Large Numbers Of Ugandan Women Die Every Year Due To Preventable Complications During Pregnancy. Thirty Per Cent Of These Maternal Deaths Are Due To Unsafe Abortions, Most Are Adolescents. Providing Post Abortion Care Is A Way To Tackle This Issue, Howeve

£523,041 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Pump Aid

In Rural Areas Of Zimbabwe, The Lack Of Clean Water And Poor Hygiene Practices Lead To High Incidence Of Water Borne Diseases. People Living With Hiv/Aids, Female And Child-Headed Households And Older People Are Particularly Susceptible. Agricultural Prod

£143,038 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 BasicNeeds

In India, People Who Are Mentally Ill Are Amongst The Poorest And Most Disadvantaged. Mental Health Is Little Understood And Often They And Their Families Suffer Stigma Within The Community And Are Excluded From Basic Services. The Project Will Be Based

£301,822 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Permaculture Association (Britain)

In El Salvador nearly all rivers and lakes are polluted. As a result only a quarter of the rural population has safe drinking water. In the areas most affected by the civil war communities were destroyed and the people displaced to steep unproductive land

£104,222 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Plan International UK

Poverty in Guatemala is one of the most chronic in Latin America. Fifty six per cent of the population live on $2 per day and only 30 per cent of children have access to education. Maternal mortality is high and 50 per cent of infant mortality is nutritio

£314,852 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Concern Worldwide UK

Under The Bangladeshi 1943 Vagrancy Act Women And Children, Forced To Work On The Streets By Poverty, Are Rounded Up And Detained In Reception Centres And Institutions Without Any Legal Representation At Hearings Or Access To A Solicitor During Their Dete

£284,274 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Trocaire (Northern Ireland)

Guatemala And Honduras Have Rising Rates Of Hiv/Aids, Presently Estimated At 1 Per Cent And 1.6 Per Cent Respectively. In Both Countries Access To Adequate Information About Risk, Treatment And Care For People Living With Hiv/Aids (Plwha) Is Inadequate, E

£461,956 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Centre for Community Development Initiatives

Children in northern Ghana face not only lack of access to education and health services, but are also at serious risk of abuse. Traditional cultural practises such as female genital mutilation, giving girl children to fetish priests in atonement for tra

£187,485 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 Health Limited

Although 45 per cent of Cambodia's population is aged 10-24, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services are mostly targeted at married women rather than the large population of potentially sexually active young people. Young people show an awareness of

£751,417 Community Fund
19 Dec 2005 Golf (SGU and Scottish Ladies Golfing Association)

Athlete Support

£30,000 Sport Scotland
15 Dec 2005 Dun Uladh Ltd

Primary School Programme, Music Lessons and Old Time Dance Classes

£35,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
15 Dec 2005 Opera Theatre Company

One Year Opera Programme

£25,389 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
13 Dec 2005 Coarse Angling

Coaching

£1,000 Sport Scotland
13 Dec 2005 Angling

Coaching

£3,000 Sport Scotland
13 Dec 2005 Coarse Angling

Organisational devt.

£3,000 Sport Scotland
13 Dec 2005 Angling

Organisational devt.

£9,000 Sport Scotland
13 Dec 2005 Dollymount Publishing/The Irish Book Review

The Irish Book Review

£10,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Nov 2005 Dance Sport

Player Improvement

£5,500 Sport Scotland
29 Nov 2005 The National Chamber Choir Ltd

New Work 1 - National Chamber Choir new choral works

£10,600 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
22 Nov 2005 Film Base Ltd

Film Ireland

£12,000 UK Film Council
22 Nov 2005 Athletics

Athlete Support

£86,978 Sport Scotland
22 Nov 2005 Parc and Dare Band

To commission Andrew Powell to write a new piece of contemporary classical music to be performed at the Parc and Dare Theatre in June 2006.

£2,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Nov 2005 Welsh Clothing and Textile Association

Vision 06 is a 2 day convention organised by the Welsh Clothing and Textile Association to be held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff 21 - 26 March 2006. It will provide Welsh companies with direct access to local and international buyers. Technical Te

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
17 Nov 2005 Bob Skeleton

Athlete Support

£20,000 Sport Scotland
16 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Widow from Kilkenny has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Co. Mayo has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Singapore in November of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Dublin has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Sri Lanka in February of next year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran. This is an additional

£370 New Opportunities Fund
15 Nov 2005 Profile Media Services

Laying on Facial Hair

£5,893 UK Film Council
15 Nov 2005 Profile Media Services

Ladies Hair Cutting and Styling course

£2,211 UK Film Council
15 Nov 2005 Profile Media Services

Men's Hair Cutting and Styling Course

£2,211 UK Film Council
15 Nov 2005 Profile Media Services

Setting and Dressing Ladies long hair

£2,432 UK Film Council
15 Nov 2005 Berlinale Talent Campus

Berlinale Talent Campus

£75,000 UK Film Council
11 Nov 2005 Modern Pentathlon

Athlete Personal Award

£6,970 UK Sport
11 Nov 2005 Modern Pentathlon

Athlete Personal Award

£3,715 UK Sport
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Athlete Support

£131,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Coaching

£9,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Organisational devt.

£13,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Player Improvement

£75,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Performance Staffing

£180,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Swimming

Volunteer devt.

£6,000 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2005 Sailing

Athlete Personal Award

£7,015 UK Sport
9 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Dublin has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Hong Kong in September of this year.

£1,200 New Opportunities Fund
9 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Dublin has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in July of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
9 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Widow from Carlow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
9 Nov 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Co Kildare has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£1,225 New Opportunities Fund
9 Nov 2005 Wrestling

Coaching

£500 Sport Scotland
9 Nov 2005 Fitness League

Coaching

£360 Sport Scotland
9 Nov 2005 Wrestling

Organisational devt.

£1,500 Sport Scotland
9 Nov 2005 Wrestling

Player Improvement

£1,500 Sport Scotland
9 Nov 2005 Wrestling

Volunteer devt.

£500 Sport Scotland
4 Nov 2005 Modern Pentathlon

Athlete Personal Award

£633 UK Sport
4 Nov 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£8,916 UK Sport
3 Nov 2005 Handball

Coaching

£1,000 Sport Scotland
3 Nov 2005 Handball

Organisational devt.

£2,000 Sport Scotland
3 Nov 2005 Handball

Player Improvement

£2,000 Sport Scotland
3 Nov 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£1,000 UK Sport
3 Nov 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£7,430 UK Sport
2 Nov 2005 Golf (Scottish Golf Union)

Athlete Support

£61,000 Sport Scotland
2 Nov 2005 Golf (Scottish Golf Union)

Performance Staffing

£107,000 Sport Scotland
2 Nov 2005 Disability Athletics

Athlete Personal Award

£196 UK Sport
2 Nov 2005 Judo

Athlete Personal Award

£116 UK Sport
1 Nov 2005 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£830 UK Sport
1 Nov 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£257 UK Sport
1 Nov 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£743 UK Sport
1 Nov 2005 Diving

Athlete Personal Award

£171 UK Sport
1 Nov 2005 CLE - Irish Book Publishers' Association

Variety of seminars and book fairs

£9,174 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
31 Oct 2005 North by Northwest (NNW)

"North by Northwest Classics, Wizard of Oz, and Seven Samurai."

£30,000 UK Film Council
31 Oct 2005 Scottish Sports Association

Organisational devt.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
31 Oct 2005 Scottish Sports Association

Volunteer devt.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
31 Oct 2005 Sailing

Athlete Personal Award

£8,418 UK Sport
28 Oct 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£8,916 UK Sport
28 Oct 2005 Sailing

Athlete Personal Award

£4,932 UK Sport
27 Oct 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£1,000 UK Sport
27 Oct 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£7,430 UK Sport
27 Oct 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£8,916 UK Sport
26 Oct 2005 Fitness League

Coaching

£2,360 Sport Scotland
26 Oct 2005 Fitness League

Organisational devt.

£140 Sport Scotland
26 Oct 2005 Athletics

Athlete Personal Award

£1,000 UK Sport
26 Oct 2005 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£9,095 UK Sport
26 Oct 2005 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£12 UK Sport
26 Oct 2005 Equestrian

Athlete Personal Award

£1,791 UK Sport
26 Oct 2005 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£8,916 UK Sport