The UK government is the biggest single funder of CARE International UK’s work. In the last financial year (2016-17) this included direct project funding, and strategic funding through a general Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA) with the UK Department for International Development (DFID). Funding from the PPA ended on 31 December 2016.
Direct project funding supports a whole range of activities, from emergency response to health, education, financial inclusion and climate change resilience. In the financial year 2016-17, the UK government provided £58.9 million in direct project funding. Details of DFID-funded projects, along with some projects funded by other institutional donors, can be seen in Note 2 to our 2016-17 financial statements:
For the period of PPA funding, the PPA performance framework held us to account for delivering against strategically defined objectives, and we reported annually to DFID on this work. You can download the most recent report and other relevant documents below.
Business case (why DFID is supporting CIUK through the PPA):
Logical framework (expected impact, outcomes and outputs):
CIUK PPA annual reviews (our annual report back to DFID on our PPA-funded work):
You can also find these documents, and previous reports and performance reviews, on the CIUK development tracker page of the UKaid website.