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How you changed lives in 2013

Last year, you brought hope to the lives of over 3 million


people affected by hunger, poverty, war and natural disasters.
Thanks to you, we gave
5million to 92 projects
in 15 countries across
Africa, Asia and Latin
America.
We also spent around
700,000 working with our
project partners to make sure
that money was put to the
best use, supporting them,
visiting the projects and
reporting back.

Asia
1.2million
17 projects
Latin America
1.3million
24 projects

Africa
2.5million
51 projects

We provide medicine for babies


and help with chronic diseases
such as diabetes, diarrhoea and
hypertension. I love to help
others I love Caritas.
Aline Ephrema is a nurse working for our
partner Caritas Lebanon, providing medicine
to Syrian refugees from a mobile clinic.

Where your money goes

Reaching out when disaster strikes


We worked with Caritas to get life saving
aid to people in the aftermath of terrible
disasters including the war in Syria and
the Philippines typhoon. Your prayers and
support helped half a million people in desperate
need and gave fresh hope to millions of others.

Overseas work,
emergencies,
campaigning
& education 90p
Fundraising
& management 10p
Every 1 we spent on
fundraising helped bring in over 8.

Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund

A hand up, not a hand out


Its a relief not to worry
about my five children getting
sick because of drinking
contaminated water. That means
I can concentrate more on
providing for them.
Marie Dejene and 67 other families
in Aredaguda in South-west Ethiopia
benefitted from a new water pump in
their village thanks to support from
SCIAF.

Here in Scotland

Campaigning
for a just
world
You helped to
secure billions
in extra funding to tackle global hunger
through the IF campaign
AND persuaded the Scottish
Government to double its Climate
Justice Fund for people in developing
countries
5,000 SCIAF and Christian Aid supporters
called on the Scottish Government
to demand the 9billion it spends on
goods and services each year goes to
companies that are ethical, fair and
responsible

Over 200 dedicated volunteers gave 7,000 hours


of their free time to make our work possible. We
visited over 240 schools and parishes to say thank
you and show you how youre making a difference.

It is not a dream to expect everyone


in the world to have enough food and
clean water, and
to be able to live
with dignity.
Neil Alexander from
Paisley gives up his
time to help our work
in the SCIAF office,
meaning every penny
goes where it is
needed most.

MAKING YOUR MONEY COUNT


Income

Expenditure

Individual Donations

3,868,000

Institutional Donors

2,129,000

International programmes
& emergencies
5,711,000
Campaigning, public
education & policy

Legacies 978,000
Lent Campaign**

558,000

Investments and Bank interest

175,000

Fundraising 643,000

Other 17,000
TOTAL

754,000

7,725,000

Governance

91,000

Investment management

21,000

TOTAL

7,220,000

** Lent appeal income coming directly from the eight dioceses of Scotland only. The total Lenten WEE BOX BIG CHANGE
appeal income, including individual donations, was 862,000. Our full accounts can be viewed at www.sciaf.org.uk/accounts.

The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF) is the official aid and development agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland and a member of Caritas Internationalis.
A registered Scottish charity SC012302 and a company limited
by guarantee SC197327. 19 Park Circus, Glasgow G3 6BE.

www.sciaf.org.uk

www.facebook.com/sciaf

@SCIAF

Photos: SCIAF, Val Morgan / CST Working Together

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