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International Development 2019-2020: contribution report

Published: 12 Feb 2021
Directorate:
External Affairs Directorate
Part of:
International
ISBN:
9781800046610

This is the third Scottish Government’s contribution to International Development report. It takes a holistic look at a wide cross-section of international development activity, including a reflection on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

47 page PDF

3.4 MB

47 page PDF

3.4 MB

Contents
International Development 2019-2020: contribution report
Annex 1: Funding Spend

47 page PDF

3.4 MB

Annex 1: Funding Spend

International Development Fund April 2019- March 2020
Stream 1: Development Assistance Description Funding
Main Development Programmes Malawi Development Programme 2018-2023 £2.4M
Rwanda Development Programme 2017-2022 £2M
Zambia Development Programme 2017-2022 £1.4M
Small Grants Programme   £469k
Comic Relief Partnership Match-funded Levelling the Field Initiative in Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia £250k
Core Funding: Int’l development networking/fair trade organisations Scotland’s International Development Alliance £194k
Scotland Malawi Partnership £243k
Malawi Scotland Partnership £129k
Scottish Fair Trade Forum £162k
Other Scotland’s International Development Alliance: safeguarding initiative £25k
Malawi Scotland Partnership:  safeguarding initiative £20k
Development Education Centres:  Contribution towards wider SG funding £70k
St. John Scotland:  Bikes initiative in Malawi – additional grant £8k
University of Strathclyde:  Water mapping in Malawi £100k
University of Strathclyde:  Water project in Malawi and Zambia £75k
Toilet Twinning of SG toilets in Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia £10k
Fair Trade Independent Review £42k
Stream 2: Capacity Building British Council:  Pakistan Scholarships Programme £400k
Heriot-Watt University:  MBA scholarships for women in Zambia £42k
Police Scotland: GBV and child protection training in Malawi and Zambia £450k
Social Enterprise Academy in Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia £72k
Beyond Borders:  UN project for women in Syria £300k
Blantyre to Blantyre project:  clinical research in Malawi £200k
Sustainable Organic Agriculture Project at Kasisi Agricultural Training Centre in Zambia (match-funded with SCIAF) £40k
Global Health:  Global Health Coordination Centre staffing £50k
Global Health: Scottish Ambulance Service 2018/2019 visit – delayed costs £900
Kids OR: Refurbishing paediatric theatre and training in University Teaching Hospital in Zambia £45k
Challenges Worldwide – Water filtering in coffee cooperatives in Rwanda – additional grant £26k
Glasgow University MalDent project:  Kamuzu Central Hospital upgrade £25k
NHS Lanarkshire partnership with Central Province in Zambia £12k
Glasgow University: Symposium on Capacity Strengthening in Africa £15k
Total £9.25M
International Development Fund March 2020- April 2021 – anticipated
Stream 1: Development Assistance Description Funding
Main Development Programmes Malawi Development Programme 2018-2023 £2.3M
Rwanda Development Programme 2017-2022 £1.9M
Zambia Development Programme 2017-2022 £1.4M
Small Grants Programme   £148k
Core Funding: Int’l development networking/fair trade organisations Scotland’s International Development Alliance £194k
Scotland Malawi Partnership £243k
Malawi Scotland Partnership £129k
Scottish Fair Trade Forum £162k
Other Scotland’s International Development Alliance: safeguarding initiative £39k
Development Education Centres:  Contribution towards wider SG funding £66k
COVID-19 response Kids OR: PPE for COVID-19 response –  Match-funded £23k
University of Glasgow: Malawi College of Medicine COVID-19 response £15k
UNICEF COVID-19 funding £2M
University of Glasgow MalDent project: additional COVID-19 support £33k
Stream 2: Capacity Building British Council:  Pakistan Scholarships Programme £400k
Heriot-Watt University:  MBA scholarships for women in Zambia £42k
Police Scotland: GBV and child protection training in Malawi and Zambia £200k
Social Enterprise Academy in Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia £60k
Beyond Borders:  UN project for women in Syria £204k
Blantyre to Blantyre project:  clinical research in Malawi £100k
Global Health: Scottish Ambulance Service in Zambia £50k
Global Health: Global Health Coordination Centre  £25k
NHS Blood Transfusion and NBTS Zambia partnership £20k
NHS Lanarkshire partnership with Central Province in Zambia £50k
Total £9.6M

Contact

Email: Joanna.Keating@gov.scot