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Where your money goes

Thanks to the kindness of our generous supporters, last year 33,649 people living in extreme poverty were provided with training to lift themselves out of poverty.

A look back at 2023

Donations given in 2023 made a huge difference to the lives of many people:

Providing 23,723 people access to clean water for the first time

Sustainable Technologies

Training 48 young people in vocational skills and creating employment

Equipping rural communities in conservation farming skills – over 7,350 people now have enough food on their table

Delivering training in conflict resolution and gender equality

Kira Farm

Funding projects in beekeeping, agroforestry, creating small enterprises and more!

Financial Summary

Amigos’ work is funded through a range of regular donors, one-off donations, legacies, trusts and grants. 2023 saw our income reach a total of £582,419.

Incoming Resources

  • Legacies, Individual and organisational donations: £424,621
  • Fundraising, trusts and foundations: £140,532
  • Other income: £17,266
Total: £582,419

Resources Expended

  • Charitable spending on projects: £393,950
  • Costs of generating funds: £57,516
  • Governance: £2,774
Total: £454,240

In 2023, we once again spent most of our funds directly on programme delivery in Uganda. Of our total expenditure in the year, 87% was spent on charitable activities. This is due to our ongoing efforts to ensure overheads in the UK remain low to ensure maximum funds can be sent to Uganda.

What’s next?

Much has been achieved, but there is much more to do! Our vision remains: train people today so they will be able to support themselves tomorrow and in the future.

You can find out more in our 2023/2024 Annual Review

Please phone 01271 377664 for more information or contact us here

'Once groups of farmers have learned to practise conservation farming successfully, they can choose to invest some of their profits to begin irrigation techniques and sustainable mechanised farming for increased food production.'