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Receipt and Utilization of Foreign Contribution by Voluntary Associations

Annual Report

2009-2010

Prepared by

Ministry of Home Affairs Foreigners Division FCRA Wing

CONTENTS
Foreword Executive Summary
Chapter – 1 Chapter – 2 Chapter – 3 Chapter – 4 Chapter – 5 Introduction Broad Overview of FCRA Major activities during the year Various purposes for which the Foreign Contribution is received Analysis of Foreign Contribution Receipts in 2009-2010 Charts Chart-1 : Chart-2 : Chart-3 : Chart-4 : Chart-5 : Chart-6 : Chart-7 : Receipt of Foreign Contribution Amount-wise break up of reporting Associations Top fifteen donor countries Top fifteen donor agencies Top fifteen recipient States/Union Territories Top fifteen recipient Districts Top fifteen recipient Associations 18 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 (i)–(ii) 1-3 4-8 9-10 11-13 14-17

Chart-8 : Receipt of Foreign Contribution towards top fifteen purposes Chart-9 : Trends over last 10 years Annexure Purpose-wise details of utilization of Foreign Contribution Annex-2 : Donor country purpose-wise details Annex-1 : Annex-3 : Top recipient Associations Annex-4 : State/Union Territory-wise details

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Annex-5 : Top recipient Districts Annex-6 : Annex-7 : Top donor agencies Donor country-wise details

FOREWORD
It gives me immense pleasure to present the Annual Report, 2009-2010 on the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution by Associations/NGOs/NPOs registered or granted prior permission under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 1976/2010. This Report contains data pertaining to the recipient States/Union Territories, donor countries and the purpose for which the foreign contribution has been received. An analysis has also been made of the foreign contribution received and utilized. In addition, brief information relating to the Act and the major activities during the year is also provided. 2. The general policy of the Government of India is not to encourage soliciting of foreign contribution. If, however, it is intended for bonafide welfare activities, foreign contribution can be received either by obtaining registration or prior permission from the Central Government under FCRA. 3. The endeavor of the Ministry has been to bring in transparency and accountability in the operation of the Act while ensuring national security. The FCRA Wing is making a concerted effort towards improving the delivery of services to the stakeholders by using IT tools. Several initiatives have been taken in this regard whereby an on-line facility for filing of applications for the grant of registration and prior permission under FCRA, filing of FC-3 returns on the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution as well as a provision for on-line enquiry about the status of the case is already in place. The FCRA Wing has now been tasked to undertake a comprehensive Business Process Re-engineering of its functions in order to simplify, streamline and standardize the extant decision making processes by electronic case management and workflow automation. 4. I am confident that this compilation will be useful to all concerned. A copy of this Report is being uploaded on this Ministry’s web-site http://mha.nic.in/fcra.htm for the benefit of various stakeholders. Suggestions/comments to improve the contents of future Annual Reports are welcome. 5. I would also like to place on record my appreciation for the hard work put in by the Foreigners Division in preparing this Report.

New Delhi, Dated the 11th January, 2012

(R.K. Singh) Home Secretary

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
(Annual Report for 2009-10) ***** Introduction Foreign Contribution is regulated under the provisions of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 and the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules, 2011. Till 30th April, 2011, receipt and utilisation of foreign contribution used to be regulated under the provisions of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 (FCRA, 1976) and the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules, 1976. Thereafter, FCRA, 1976 was repealed. Foreign contribution is now regulated under the provisions of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (FCRA, 2010) and the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Rules, 2011 (FCRR, 2011). Both FCRA, 2010 and FCRR, 2011 have come into force simultaneously with effect from 1st May, 2011 through notifications in the Gazette of India [S.O. 999 (E) dated the 29th April, 2011] and G.S.R. 349 (E) dated the 29th April, 2011]. While the basic features of the repealed Act have generally been retained, the FCRA, 2010 is an improvement over the repealed Act as more stringent provisions have been made in order to prevent misutilisation of the foreign contribution received by any person. The purpose of the Act/Rules is to regulate and ensure that the receipt and utilisation of foreign contribution by institutions, Associations and other voluntary organizations as well as acceptance of foreign hospitality by individuals working in important areas of national life (like judges, public servants, office bearers of political parties, members of legislature, etc.) is in a manner consistent with India’s values as a sovereign democratic republic. The primary purpose of this Act is to ensure that foreign contribution is utilized for bonafide activities without compromising on concerns for national security. The Act has put into place a system of screening to ensure that the Associations or office bearers thereof do not divert the foreign contribution towards activities detrimental to national interest. FCRA, 2010 has done away with the concept of a 'permanent' registration. A five-year validity has been stipulated for all Associations registered earlier. The Act has also stipulations for proactive disclosure of information in respect of foreign contributions exceeding Rs. 1(one) crore received by any NGO in a year. Salient Features Data pertaining to receipt and utilization of foreign contribution for 2009-10 has been compiled. Its salient features are as below: I. A total of 38436 Associations have been registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act upto 31.3.2010. During the year 2009-10, 2022 Associations were granted registration and 388 Associations were granted prior permission to receive foreign contribution. 21508 Associations reported a total receipt of an amount of Rs.10,337.59 crore as foreign contribution. This includes Associations which received Nil amount. Among the States and the Union Territories, the highest receipt of foreign contribution was reported by Delhi (Rs. 1815.91 crore), followed by Tamil Nadu (Rs. 1663.31 crore) and Andhra Pradesh (Rs. 1324.87 crore). Among the districts, the highest receipt of foreign contribution was reported by Chennai (Rs. 871.60 crore), followed by Bengaluru (Rs. 702.43 crore) and Mumbai (Rs. 606.63 crore). The list of donor countries is headed by the USA (Rs. 3105.73 crore) followed by Germany (Rs. 1046.30 crore) and UK (Rs. 1038.68 crore).

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The list of foreign donors is topped by the Gospel For Asia Inc, USA (Rs. 232.71 crore) followed by the Fundacion Vicente Ferrer, Barcelona, Spain (Rs.228.60 crore) and the World Vision Global Centre, USA (Rs.197.62 crore). Among the Associations which reported receipt of foreign contribution, the highest amount of foreign contribution was received by the World Vision of India, Chennai, Tamil Nadu (Rs.208.94 crore), followed by the Rural Development Trust, Ananthapur, A.P. (Rs.151.31 crore) and Shri Sevasubramania Nadar Educational Charitable Trust, Chennai, T.N. (Rs. 94.28 crore). The highest amount of foreign contribution was received and utilized for Establishment Expenses (Rs. 1482.58 crore), followed by Rural Development (Rs. 944.30 crore), Welfare of Children (Rs. 742.42 crore), Construction and Maintenance of school/college (Rs.630.78 crore) and Grant of Stipend/scholarship/assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children (Rs. 454.70 crore).

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-CHAPTER - 1

INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER - 1
INTRODUCTION

1.1 An Association with a definite cultural, economic, educational, religious or social programme can accept foreign contribution either by obtaining registration or prior permission from the Central Government under the Act. Such Associations are required to submit annual accounts (duly audited) in the prescribed form to the Central Government within nine months of the closure of the financial year i.e. by the 31st December of the subsequent financial year. 1.2 FCRA Wing of the Foreigners’ Division, MHA brings out an Annual Report on the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution by Associations. The Annual Report is prepared on the basis of the annual returns furnished by the Associations under section 12(1) of FC(R) Act, 2010 read with Rule 17 (1) of FC(R) Rules, 2011, for carrying out different activities and programmes as per their respective charters. The report also contains State/UT-wise, purpose-wise and donor/country-wise analysis of receipt and utilization of foreign contribution. Since the data in the Annual Report is based on the annual returns submitted by Associations, which are audited and verified by the Chartered Accountants, the figures are accepted for inclusion in the report. Therefore, the figures included in this report are a compilation and analysis of data furnished by various Associations and does not represent any primary data generated by the Ministry of Home Affairs. 1.3 The figures in this Report are based on the annual returns submitted by 21,508 out of 38,436 Associations for the year 2009-2010, which were registered under FCRA up to 31.3.2010, and 388 Associations which were granted prior permission during the year. Therefore, the Report may not reflect the complete picture of foreign contribution received in the country 2

during the year but provides information about the foreign contribution received by Associations, which have reported the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution. The number of Associations which reported receipt of foreign contribution during 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 were 18796 and 20088 respectively. 1.4 Though, the number of Associations reporting receipt and utilization of foreign contribution is increasing; yet, it is a matter of concern that a large number of registered Associations still do not submit their statutory annual returns mandated by the law. This deficiency is being suitably addressed, to ensure that all registered Associations discharge their mandated obligation by submitting their statutory annual returns on time. Accordingly, around 21,000 defaulter Associations which are registered under FCRA but had not submitted their mandatory annual returns for the years 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09, were served with show cause notices. Action is being taken to examine their replies, for cancellation of the registration certificates. 1.5. Although there is no centralised database on the number of NGOs in the country and the quantum of finance involved in their operations, unofficial figures indicate that there are over 20 lakh NGOs registered under Societies' Registration Act, Trust Act etc. and thus, the number of NGOs registered under FCRA would be less than 2 per cent of the total number of NGOs. Since the NGOs actually work independently outside the Government, it is expected that the NGOs should be self-regulating and law abiding. One of the objectives of the National Policy on the Voluntary Sector is to 'encourage NGOs to adopt transparent and accountable system of governance and management'. While it is not proper to make sweeping generalizations, it is necessary to note that the NGO sector in India is vulnerable to the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing. Therefore, necessary steps for rigorous enforcement as well as coordination with foreign countries for law enforcement will continue. Our efforts for coordination with State Police organisations and other speacialised organisations will also continue towards this direction. Provisions of FCRA and the Rules are displayed on the website of the Ministry. The website also contains FAQs and replies so that legitimate NGOs will find the information useful.

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CHAPTER - 2

BROAD OVERVIEW OF FCRA
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CHAPTER – 2
BROAD OVERVIEW OF FCRA The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 consists of a framework for regulating and controlling the acceptance and utilization of foreign contribution and foreign hospitality. The salient features of the Act are described below: 2.2 Foreign Contribution

The Act regulates receipt of foreign contribution by the following broad categories of Associations/individuals: (i) Category I (Section 3):

Section 3 of the Act prohibits receipt of foreign contribution by the following categories of persons: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Candidates for election; Correspondents, columnists, cartoonists, editors, owners, printers or publishers of registered newspapers; Judges, Government servants or employees of any Corporation or any other body controlled or owned by the Government; Members of any legislature; Political parties or office-bearers thereof; Organizations of a political nature as may be specified under subsection (1) of Section 5 of the Act by the Central Government; Associations or companies engaged in the production or broadcast of audio news or audio visuals or current affairs programmes through any electronic mode, or any other electronic form as defined in clause (r) of sub-section (i) of Section 2 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 or any other mode of mass communication; Correspondents or columnists, cartoonists, editors, owners of the Associations or companies referred to in clause (g); and Individuals or Associations who have been prohibited from receiving foreign contribution. Category II [Section 11]:

(h) (i) ii)

Section 11 of the Act provides that no Association having a definite cultural, economic, educational, religious or social programme can receive foreign contribution without seeking registration or prior permission from the Central Government. 5

Any Association which has a definite programme for carrying out specific activities, which may fall in the five generic categories as mentioned above, may seek registration or prior permission for receipt of foreign contribution. After grant of registration or prior permission under the Act, the Association is permitted to receive foreign contribution only in the single Bank Account mentioned in the order for registration or prior permission granted by the Central Government. This account number would be the same as has been intimated by the organisation in their application for registration/prior permission. However, one or more accounts, in one or more scheduled banks, may be opened for utilizing the foreign contribution provided that no funds other than the foreign contribution received shall be deposited in such account or accounts. An Association which has received foreign contribution is also required to inform the Central Government of the amount of each foreign contribution received by it, the sources thereof, the manner in which such foreign contribution was received and the purposes for which such foreign contribution was utilized by it. (iii) Category III (Sections 9 and 12):

Section 9 of the Act empowers the Central Government to prohibit any individual or Association not specified in Section 3 from accepting any foreign contribution, or to require any Association specified in Section 11 to receive foreign contribution only after obtaining prior permission of the Central Government. Such prohibition or requirement for prior permission is made only after the Central Government is satisfied that the receipt of foreign contribution by such Association or person or class of persons, as the case may be, is likely to prejudicially affect: (i) the sovereignty and integrity of the nation; or (ii) the security, strategic, scientific or economic interest of the State; or (iii) harmony between religious, racial, social, linguistic or regional groups, castes or communities; or (iv) friendly relation with any foreign State; or (v) the public interest; or (vi) freedom or fairness of election to any legislature; and that the acceptance of foreign contribution(a) (b) shall not lead to incitement of an offence; shall not endanger the life or physical safety of any person.

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2.3

Foreign Hospitality

‘Foreign hospitality’ as defined in the Act means any offer, not being a purely casual one, made in cash or kind by a foreign source for providing a person with the cost of travel to any foreign country or territory or with free boarding, lodging, transport or medical treatment. The Act regulates acceptance of foreign hospitality by certain individuals, which includes members of a legislature, office-bearers of a political party, judges, government servants or employees of any Corporation, while visiting any country or territory outside India. Such individuals can receive foreign hospitality only with the prior permission of the Central Government. Prior permission is not required when such individuals are to receive any emergent medical aid on account of a sudden illness contracted during foreign visit, but they are mandated to intimate the Central Government within one month from the date of receipt of such hospitality. The intimation shall include the source from which and the manner in which such hospitality was availed by the recipient. 2.4 Monitoring of Receipt and Utilization of Foreign Contribution One of the purposes of the Act is to ensure that the foreign contribution received by an Association for a specific purpose is not misused or diverted for any activity detrimental to the national interest. The Associations registered and those granted prior permission under the Act are required to submit audited annual returns within 9 months of the closure of the financial year. The information includes details of receipt and utilization of foreign contribution along with the corresponding Balance Sheet and the Receipts & Payments Account duly audited by a Chartered Accountant. A certificate from a Chartered Accountant that the accounts of the Association have been maintained as prescribed by the Act is mandatory.

A Monitoring Unit in the FCRA Wing has been designated to monitor the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution. This is done through a scrutiny of the audited annual returns in the prescribed forms filed by the Associations and wherever necessary, through field inspections of the books of accounts and records of the Associations. The scrutiny of accounts is done in respect of some randomly selected Associations and such Associations which are reported upon adversely by the field agencies. A detailed inspection of the books of accounts and the records of the Association under Section 23 is conducted in those cases where prima facie violation of the provisions of FC(R) Act, 2010 is established. These inspections have twin objectives – one, to educate the Associations in respect of bonafide errors and two, to detect and prosecute willful violators. The main emphasis of the inspection is to ensure that the foreign contribution is utilized judiciously and in conformity with the declared aims and objectives of the Association. 7

Organizational structure of FCRA Wing The FCRA Wing is a part of the Foreigners Division in the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Joint Secretary (Foreigners) is the Head of the Division. The organizational structure of the FCRA Wing within the overall administrative hierarchy of the Ministry of Home Affairs is given below: Home Minister | Minister of State for Home Affairs | Home Secretary | Additional Secretary (Foreigners) | Joint Secretary (Foreigners) | Deputy Secretary (Foreign Contribution) | FCRA-I Section | FCRA-II Section | FCRA-III Section | (Policy and Grant of Prior Permission) Monitoring Unit | (Scrutiny of FC-3 returns, inspection and monitoring of receipt and utilization of foreign contribution by Associations)

(Compilation (Grant of of data from Registration) FC-3 returns, foreign hospitality and change of name/address/ bank)

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CHAPTER - 3

MAJOR ACTIVITIES DURING THE YEAR

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CHAPTER – 3
MAJOR ACTIVITIES DURING THE YEAR During the year 2009-10 the following major activities were performed: I. II. III. 2022 Associations were granted registration to receive foreign contribution under the FCRA, 1976. 388 Associations were granted prior permission to receive foreign contribution under the FCRA, 1976. 2722 individuals were granted permission to avail foreign hospitality and 1411 Associations were granted permission to change their Name/Address/Bank/Bank Account under the FCRA, 1976. 12 Associations were inspected u/s 14 of FCRA, 1976 by the officers of the Ministry of Home Affairs for verification of the books of accounts & records of the Associations. FCRA on-line

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FCRA online services were introduced on 29.09.2006 to put in place a user-friendly system and bring in more transparency, accountability, and effectiveness in the functioning of FCRA Wing. This facility initially had the provision only for online submission of applications for the grant of registration and filing of annual returns relating to receipt and utilization of foreign contribution. On 12.11.2007, the on-line facility was extended to include the filing of applications seeking prior permission. Presently, the FCRA On-line of the MHA has following the facilities:i) ii) iii) iv) v) On-line filing of application for registration; On-line filing of application for prior permission; On-line filing of the statutory annual FC-3 returns relating to receipt and utilization of foreign contribution; On-line status enquiry; and Uploading of approval letters communicating registration/prior permission. 10

CHAPTER - 4

VARIOUS PURPOSES FOR WHICH THE FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION IS RECEIVED
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CHAPTER – 4
VARIOUS PURPOSES FOR WHICH THE FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION IS RECEIVED Foreign contribution is received for various purposes by the recipient Associations. The table given below depicts in descending order, 15 major purposes for which foreign contribution was received and utilized by Associations during 2009-10: RECEIPT OF FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS MAJOR FIFTEEN PURPOSES DURING THE YEAR 2009-10 PURPOSE Foreign Contribution ( Rs. in crore) 1482.58 Establishment Expenses 944.13 Rural Development 742.42 Welfare of Children 630.78 Construction and maintenance of school/college
Grant of stipend/ scholarship/ assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children Research Awareness about AIDS/ Treatment and rehabilitation of persons affected by AIDS Welfare of orphans. Relief/Rehabilitation of victims of natural calamities Non-formal education projects/coaching classes. Construction/ Running of hospital/dispensary/clinic. Construction/Repair/Maintenance of places of worship Holding of free medical/ health /family welfare/ immunization camps. Construction and running of hostel for poor students. Welfare/Empowerment of women.

454.70 358.46 330.01 298.16 266.77 232.28 227.86 206.22 200.52 192.53 192.43

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Purpose-wise analysis 4.2 Amongst the purposes for which foreign contribution was received and utilized, the highest amount of foreign contribution was utilised for Establishment Expenses (Rs.1482.58 crore) followed by Rural Development (Rs 944.13 crore), Welfare of Children (Rs. 742.42 crore), Construction and maintenance of school/college (Rs 630.78 crore) and Grant of stipend/ scholarship/ assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children (Rs 454.70 crore). The purpose-wise details of utilization of foreign contribution are shown in Annex – 1. The details of purpose-wise donations from various donor countries are at Annex – 2. 4.3 These figures have been captured from the amounts indicated under various standard heads of utilization prescribed in the annual returns. The returns have not been received from nearly 16,928 organizations for which appropriate action is being taken for non-compliance of their statutory obligations. Further, some Associations, which have reported receipt and utilization of foreign contribution, have not classified utilization appropriately under the respective standard heads and, therefore, such amount has been shown under the miscellaneous head. Thus, these figures may not accurately reflect the utilization of foreign contribution under the specific standard heads; however, they do represent a statistical trend.

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CHAPTER - 5

ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION RECEIPTS IN 2009-10

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CHAPTER -5
ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION RECEIPTS IN 2009-10 During the year 2009-10, 21508 Associations reported receipt of foreign contribution amounting to Rs. 10337.59 crore. Among the Associations, which have reported receipt of foreign contribution, the World Vision of India, Chennai, Tamil Nadu received the highest amount of foreign contribution (Rs.208.94 crore), followed by the Rural Development Trust, Ananthapur, A.P. (Rs. 151.31 crore), the Shri Sevasubramania Nadar Educational Charitable Trust, Chennai, T.N. (Rs. 94.28 crore) the Believers Church India, Pathanamthitta, Kerala (Rs. 88.45 crore) and Caruna Bal Vikas, Chennai, Tamil Nadu (Rs.82.60 crore) During the year, 133 Associations received foreign contribution in excess of Rs. 10 crore, 179 Associations between Rs. 5 and Rs. 10 crore, 1594 Associations between Rs. 1 crore and Rs. 5 crore, and 12327 below Rs. 1 crore. Out of 21508 Associations, 7275 have reported 'Nil' receipt of foreign contribution. The summary data on receipts and utilisation of the foreign contribution in respect of the Associations which have received more than Rs. 1 crore in a financial year has been placed in the website http://mha.nic.in/fcra.htm. The receipt of foreign contribution by 25 major recipient Associations is given in Annex – 3. 5.2 An analysis of foreign contribution received in various States/Union Territories indicates that Delhi reported the highest receipt of foreign contribution (Rs. 1815.91 crore) followed by Tamil Nadu (Rs. 1663.31 crore), Andhra Pradesh (Rs. 1324.87 crore), Karnataka (Rs. 982.96 crore) and Maharashtra (Rs. 920.98 crore). The State / Union Territory wise details on receipt of foreign contribution are shown in Annex – 4. Details of the number of Associations which reported receipt of foreign contribution and the amount of foreign contribution received by them during the year in the following 15 major recipient States/Union Territories are as under: State/Union Territory Delhi Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Maharashtra Number of Associations 1385 3218 2521 1581 1702
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Amount received (Rs. in crore) 1815.91 1663.31 1324.87 982.96 920.98

State/Union Territory Kerala West Bengal Gujarat Uttar Pradesh Orissa Jharkhand Himachal Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Bihar Rajasthan

Number of Associations 1632 1821 1011 1305 1240 465 109 419 832 374

Amount received (Rs. in crore) 891.83 558.72 393.97 217.87 214.32 159.65 145.02 142.62 138.78 127.79

5.3 The amount of foreign contribution received by various Associations in the predominantly tribal States and Union Territories during the year is shown below: State/Union Territory Orissa Jharkhand Madhya Pradesh Meghalaya Nagaland Arunachal Pradesh Mizoram Dadra & Nagar Haveli Lakshadweep Amount (Rs. in crore) 214.32 159.65 142.62 63.91 29.03 9.04 8.38 1.09 0.00

5.4. An analysis of the data indicates the following five major recipient Districts in the country: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Chennai Bengaluru Mumbai Ananthapur Kolkata (Rs. 871.60 crore) (Rs. 702.43 crore) (Rs. 606.63 crore) (Rs. 414.15 crore) (Rs. 341.20 crore)

The details in respect of the top 25 recipient districts in the country are shown at Annex-5. 16

Details in respect of foreign donors and donor countries 5.5 The list of foreign donors is headed by the Gospel for Asia, USA (Rs.232.71 crore) followed by the Fundacion Vincente Ferrer, Barcelona, Spain (Rs. 228.60 crore), the World Vision Global Centre, USA (Rs. 197.62 crore), the Compassion International, USA (Rs. 131.57 crore) and the HCL Holding Private Ltd., Mauritius (Rs. 94.28 crore). Details in respect of the top 25 foreign donors are shown in Annex – 6. The five major donor countries are USA (Rs. 3105.73 crore), Germany (Rs. 1046.30 crore), UK (Rs. 1038.68 crore), Italy (Rs. 583.47 crore) and the Netherlands (Rs. 509.46 crore). The donor country-wise details are shown in Annex – 7. Analysis of the Last Three Years’ Data 5.6 From the analysis of the data for the last three years i.e. from 200708 to 2009-10, it emerges that: The United States of America continues to be the biggest donor country. The World Vision International, USA has contributed the maximum amount of foreign contribution as a donor organization. The National Capital Territory of Delhi has received the highest amount of foreign contribution. Among the Districts, Chennai has received the highest amount of foreign contribution. Among the recipient Associations, the World Vision of India, Chennai received the highest amount of foreign contribution. 'Establishment Expenses' is the biggest sector for which foreign contribution was utilised.

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A comparative analysis of the receipt and utilization of foreign contribution is illustrated in Charts 1 to 9.

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Chart –1

RECEIPT OF FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION Year
2001-02

Amount (Rs. In Crore)
4871.90

% Increase over previous year
7.42

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

5046.50 5105.50 6256.68 7877.57 11007.43 9663.46 10802.67 10337.59

3.58 1.17 22.55 25.91 39.73 (-) 14.76 11.79 (-) 4.30

Chart –2

AMOUNT-WISE BREAK-UP OF REPORTING ASSOCIATIONS Below Rs. 1 crore 14761 15650 16187 17373 17258 17343 17101 18161 19602 Between Between Rs. 1-5 crore Rs. 5-10 crore 721 77 798 76 818 83 985 112 1070 143 1341 170 1399 167 1590 204 1594 179 Above Rs. 10 crore 59 66 57 70 99 142 129 133 133

Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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Chart-3

Country USA Germany UK Italy Netherlands Spain Switzerland Canada France Australia UAE Belgium Austria Sweden Mauritius

TOP FIFTEEN DONOR COUNTRIES Foreign Contribution (Rs. in crore) 2009-10 2008-09 Country Country 3105.73 USA 3433.30 USA 1046.30 UK 1130.68 UK 1038.68 Germany 1103.36 Germany 583.47 Italy 547.19 Italy 509.46 Netherlands 512.82 Netherlands 437.25 Spain 436.83 Spain 302.06 Switzerland 370.00 Switzerland 297.98 Canada 303.27 Canada 189.12 France 193.39 France 148.28 UAE 145.78 Australia 133.15 Australia 130.05 Belgium 122.05 Belgium 124.17 Austria 112.10 Austria 106.23 Sweden 105.79 Sweden 102.97 UAE 101.02 Ireland 69.36 Ireland

2007-08 2928.03 1268.59 971.02 514.89 414.12 400.91 363.71 275.61 195.94 137.73 99.57 99.29 88.62 78.84 77.10

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Chart-4

TOP FIFTEEN DONOR AGENCIES Foreign contribution (Rs. in crore) Donor’s Name & Country 2009-10 Donor’s Name & Country Gospel For Asia Inc. , USA Fundacion Vicente Ferrer, Barcelona, Spain World Vision Global Centre, USA Compassion International, USA HCL Holdings Private Ltd., Mauritius M/s Om Foundation, USA Population Service International , USA Oxfam GB, UK Save The Children, UK EED-Evangeischer Entwickkugsdienst e.v., Germany Univercity of Manitoba, Canada Bill & Melnda Gates Foundation, USA Plan International, USA SOS Kinderdorf International, Austria Wort & Tat Allgemeinel Mission Geselischaft, Germany 232.71 228.60 197.62 131.57 94.28 63.96 50.91 44.52 44.15 44.01 World Vision International, USA Gospel For Asia Inc. , USA Fundacion Vicente Ferrer, Barcelona, Spain Shyam Shyam Dham Samiti, India Compassion International, USA Fundacion Vicente Ferrer, Spain Action Aid International, UK BAPS Inc., USA Christian Children Fund, USA Plan International, USA

2008-09 705.52 595.91 458.70 358.92 347.43 240.67 227.55 198.51 197.27 190.91

41.11 39.70 38.61 34.01 29.48

Om Foundation, USA Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, UK Mata Amritanandmai Centre, USA The global Fund to Fight Aids Tuberculosis and Malaria, Switzerland Oxfam India Trust, UK

187.81 178.48 176.09 165.57 162.61

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Chart-5

TOP FIFTEEN RECIPIENT STATES / UNION TERRITORIES Foreign Contribution ( Rs. in crore ) 2009-10 STATE/UT 1815.91 Delhi 1663.31 Tamil Nadu 1324.87 Andhra Pradesh 982.96 Karnataka 920.98 Kerala 891.83 Maharashtra 558.72 West Bengal 393.97 Gujarat 217.87 Orissa 214.32 Uttar Pradesh 159.65 Bihar 145.02 Madhya Pradesh 142.62 Jharkhand 138.78 Rajasthan 127.79 Himachal Pradesh

STATE/UT Delhi Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Maharashtra Kerala West Bengal Gujarat Uttar Pradesh Orissa Jharkhand Himachal Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Bihar Rajasthan

2008-09 2012.82 1649.27 1244.20 1008.96 990.75 953.36 597.53 464.31 228.11 225.48 160.82 160.43 153.70 137.87 128.55

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Chart-6

TOP FIFTEEN RECIPIENT DISTRICTS Foreign Contribution ( Rs. in crore ) DISTRICT 2009-10 DISTRICT Chennai (Madras) 871.60 Chennai (Madras) Bengaluru 702.43 Bengaluru Mumbai 606.63 Mumbai Ananthapur 414.15 Pathanmthitta (Quilon) Kolkata 341.20 Kolkata Hyderabad/Secunderabad 334.07 Ananthapur 323.62 Pathanmthitta (Quilon) Hyderabad/Secunderabad Ernakulam 226.00 Ahmedabad Ahmedabad 218.99 Ernakulam Pune 185.72 Madurai Madurai 177.08 Pune Krishna 158.34 Krishna Kangra/Dharamshala 144.97 Kangra/Dharamshala Chengalpattu/MGR/ 112.49 Chengalpattu/MGR/ Kancheepuram Kancheepuram Kottayam 106.25 Kottayam

2008-09 755.80 702.11 575.24 376.83 371.21 309.09 301.40 236.45 208.67 181.32 177.62 138.42 115.59 100.52 97.53

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Chart-7 TOP FIFTEEN RECIPIENT ASSOCIATIONS Foreign Contribution (Rs. in crore) Associations 2009-10 Associations World Vision of India, Tamil 208.94 World Vision of India, Tamil Nadu
Nadu Rural Development Trust, A.P. Shri Sevassubramania Nadar Educational Charitable Trust, Tamil Nadu Believers Church India, Kerala Caruna Bal Vikas, Tamil Nadu Womens Development Trust, Andhra Pradesh Sri Sri Jagadguru Shankaracharya, Karnataka Action Aid, Karnataka Bal Raksha Bharat, Delhi SOS Childrens Village of India, Delhi Love India Ministries, Kerala Oxfam Trust, Delhi Plan International Inc., Delhi Tibetan Children’s Village, Himachal Parades Missionaries of Charity, West Bengal

2008-09 192.30 154.76 116.39 108.72 100.27 83.08 81.57 77.59 76.84 73.87 66.71 66.29 61.79 61.20 59.90

151.31 Rural Development Trust, A.P. 94.28 Mata Amritanandmayi Math, Kerala 88.45 Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (Shyama
Shyam Dham), Delhi

82.60 Believers Church India 80.29 SOS Childrens Village of India, 70.67 66.46 66.03 62.21
Delhi Womens Development Trust, Andhra Pradesh Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha, Gujarat Action Aid, Karnataka Caruna Bal Vikas, Tamil Nadu

62.04 Pratham – Mumbai Education
Initiative, Maharashtra 58.80 Plan International Inc., Delhi 55.36 Christian Children Fund Inc, Karnataka 53.49 Church’s Auxiliary For Social Action, Delhi

53.35 Sri Sri Jagadguru Shankaracharya,
Karnataka

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Chart-8 RECEIPT AND UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS TOP FIFTEEN PURPOSES Foreign Contribution (Rs. in crore) PURPOSE 2009-10 PURPOSE 2008-09 Establishment Expenses 1482.58 Establishment Expenses 1330.35 Rural Development 944.13 Rural Development 1111.23 Welfare of Children 742.42 Welfare of Children 780.58 Construction and maintenance 630.78 Construction and maintenance of 662.86 of school/college school/college Grant of stipend /scholarship/ 454.70 Relief/Rehabilitation of victims 429.08 assistance in cash and kind to of natural calamities poor/deserving children Research 358.46 Awareness about AIDS/ 387.51 Treatment and rehabilitation of persons affected by AIDS Awareness about AIDS/ 330.01 Construction/ Running of 373.42 Treatment and rehabilitation of hospital/dispensary/ clinic. persons affected by AIDS Welfare of orphans 298.16 Grant of stipend /scholarship/ 365.18 assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children Relief/Rehabilitation of victims 266.77 Welfare of the orphans 322.85 of natural calamities Non-formal education projects/ 232.28 Research 313.48 coaching classes. Construction Running of 227.86 Maintenance of priests/ 251.42 hospital/dispensary/ clinic. preachers/other religious functionaries. Construction/Repair/ 206.22 Construction/Running of hostel 213.70 Maintenance of Places of for poor students. worship. Holding of free 200.52 Awareness Camp/Seminar/ 199.14 medical/health/family Workshop/Meeting/Conference. welfare/immunization camps. 196.84 Construction and running of 192.53 Religious school/education of priests and preachers. hostel for poor students. Welfare/Empowerment of 192.43 Non-formal education projects/ 193.36 Women. coaching classes.

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Chart – 9

TRENDS OVER LAST 10 YEARS
No. of registered Associations (As on 31st March of Financial Year 21,244 22,924 24,563 26,404 28,351 30,321 32,144 33,937 34,803 36,414 38,436 No. of reporting Associations 13,986 14,598 15,598 16,590 17,145 18,540 18,570 18,996 18,796 20,088 21,508 Amount of Foreign Contribution (Rs. in Crore) 3924.63 4535.23 4870.52 5046.51 5105.46 6256.68 7877.57 11007.43 9,663.46 10,802.67 10,337.59

YEAR 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010

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Annex – 1 Purpose-wise details of utilization of Foreign Contribution during 2009-2010
Purpose Amount (Rs. in Crore)

Establishment Expenses. Rural Development. Welfare of Children. Construction and maintenance of school/college. Grant of stipend /scholarship/ assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children. Research. Awareness about AIDS/ Treatment and rehabilitation of persons affected by AIDS. Welfare of orphans. Relief/Rehabilitation of victims of natural calamities Non-formal education projects/ coaching classes. Construction Running of hospital/dispensary/ clinic.

1482.58 944.13 742.42 630.78 454.70 358.46 330.01 298.16 266.77 232.28 227.86 206.22 200.52 192.53 192.43

Construction/Repair/Maintenance of Places of Worship Holding of free medical/health/family welfare/immunization camps.
Construction/Running of hostel for poor students.

Welfare /Empowerment of Women.
Awareness Camp/Seminar/ Workshop/Meeting/Conference.

Maintenance of priests/preachers/other religious functionaries.
Religious school/education of priests and preachers.

Treatment/Rehabilitation of persons suffering from Leprosy Education/Schools for the mentally challenged. Environmental programmes. Vocational Training- tailoring motor repairs, computers etc. Construction and Management of Orphanage. Religious functions. Income generation projects/schemes . Welfare of the physically and mentally challenged Provision of free clothing/food to the poor, needy and destitute. Agricultural activity Supply of free medicine and medical aid, including hearing aids, visual aids, family planning.
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189.63 179.47 149.58 148.97 142.60 131.34 107.37 106.54 98.21 96.94 94.06 91.17 84.74 78.43

Purpose

Amount (Rs. in Crore)

Micro-finance projects, including setting up banking co-operatives and self-help groups. Purchase and supply of educational material-books, notebooks etc. Welfare of the aged/widows. Construction of community halls etc. Construction and Management of old age home. Publication and distribution of religious literature. Survey for socio-economic and other welfare programmes . Welfare of the Scheduled Tribes. Celebration of national events (Independence/Republic day)/ festivals etc. Digging of bore wells. Welfare of the Scheduled Castes. Maintenance of places of historical and cultural importance. Sanitation including community toilets etc. Help to the victims of riots/other disturbances. Construction and Management of Dharamshala/shelter Conducting adult literacy programmes Animal husbandry projects Theatre/Films. Welfare of the Other Backward Classes. Providing free legal aid/running legal aid centre. Provision of aids such as Tricycles, calipers etc. to the handicapped Cultural Shows. Treatment/Rehabilitation of drug addicts. Holding sports meet. Preservation of ancient/tribal etc. art forms Setting up and running handicraft centre/cottage and khadi industry/social forestry programme.
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62.50 56.43 56.08 39.67 38.20 34.47 32.55 30.27 29.12 24.96 19.99 19.43 18.44 18.26 17.62 14.85 13.63 12.16 10.81 8.91 6.61 5.89 4.73 1.59 0.98 0.89

Annex – 2

Details of purpose-wise donations from donor countries
Amount (Rs. In crore) Purpose Activities other than those mentioned below Welfare of children. Establishment of Corpus Fund. Rural Development. Research Construction and maintenance of school/college. Awareness about AIDS/Treatment and rehabilitation of persons affected by AIDS. Holding of free medical/health/family welfare/ immunization camps. Construction / Repair / Maintenance of places of worship. Grant of stipend/scholarship/assistance in cash and kind to poor/deserving children. Non-formal education projects/coaching classes. Construction /Running of hospital/dispensary/clinic. Awareness Camp/Seminar/ Workshop/Meeting/Conference. Other expenses. Maintenance of priests/preachers/ Other religious functionaries. Religious schools/education of priests And preachers. Income generation projects/schemes. Welfare of the orphans. Construction/Extension/Maintenance Of office, administrative and other buildings.
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U.S.A Germany 208.13 486.65 317.59 231.38 149.97 137.84 136.23 118.12
67.04 8.01 112.61 10.60 59.36 9.29

U.K. Italy Netherlands 171.84 100.60 61.57 51.83 23.62 86.27 35.97 40.65 40.38 37.36 7.28 24.82 2.46 48.74 3.65 41.81 3.49 68.70 17.30 21.96 10.19

105.32 97.75 94.41

10.67 21.92 30.32

12.57 11.30 69.82

4.45 12.86 69.52

3.96 0.54 12.68

93.43 75.63 64.52 64.18 61.57 60.64 59.36 57.94 43.96

6.82 19.00 19.75 32.14 31.82 16.10 2.62 39.77 45.43

29.09 36.28 16.60 38.60 5.48 5.32 5.67 28.89 22.36

4.08 13.33 3.37 26.90 24.95 13.48 4.24 13.32 40.53

13.17 4.25 18.88 7.80 1.18 2.45 1.24 32.16 9.95

Purpose Relief/Rehabilitation of victims of natural calamities. Religious functions. Welfare/Empowerment of women. Payment of salaries/honorarium. Purchase and supply of educational material-book, notebooks etc. Construction and running of hostel for poor students. Education/schools for the mentally challenged. Establishment expenses. Supply of free medicine, and medical aid, including hearing aids, visual aids, family planning. Provision of free clothing/food to the poor, needy and destitute. Construction and Management of Orphanage. Publication and distribution of religious literature. Purchase of land. Welfare of the physically and mentally challenged. Construction of community halls etc. Digging of bore wells. Treatment/Rehabilitation of persons suffering from leprosy. Construction and Management of old age home. Environmental programs.
Vocational training-tailoring, motor repairs, computers etc.

U.S.A Germany 42.93 39.95 38.07 37.25 37.03 36.20 35.85 32.99 27.08
38.45 16.34 27.81 5.92 2.39 25.93 8.75 7.41 7.70

U.K. 35.37 7.84 25.75 25.66 3.05 11.44 20.82 11.79 10.32

Italy Netherlands 4.55 4.56 5.60 0.73 0.63 21.53 9.37 6.19 1.19 12.40 0.60 18.89 1.77 2.25 9.30 8.49 3.83 4.48

25.96 25.11 24.41 20.58 20.37 19.12 18.75 18.22 17.84 17.52 15.52 14.96 12.31

7.67 20.05 0.74 3.54 7.63 3.71 0.68 10.49 6.89 22.98 22.87 6.80 2.70

4.49 9.22 3.06 5.81 12.60 1.34 0.59 25.87 0.81 16.88 4.59 10.70 1.71

6.19 7.40 0.06 13.82 5.18 5.79 0.93 4.97 0.59 0.79 8.06 1.77 0.15

2.85 3.10 0.04 1.85 15.63 0.59 0.03 2.37 0.32 19.19 10.53 22.34 0.87

Agricultural activity
Celebration of National events (Independence/Republic day)/ festivals etc. Survey for socio-economic and other welfare programs. 29

8.00

3.38

2.37

0.45

3.84

Purpose Asset building Conducting adult literacy programs. Sanitation including community toilets etc. Micro-finance projects, including setting up banking co-operatives and self-help groups. Animal husbandry projects. Construction and Management of Dharamshala/shelter. Theatre/Films. Welfare of the aged/widows. Welfare of the Scheduled Tribes. Help to the victims of riots/other disturbances. Welfare of the Scheduled Castes. Maintenance of places of historical & cultural importance. Holding sports meet. Treatment/Rehabilitation of drug addicts. Provision of aids such as Tricycles, calipers etc. to the handicapped. Cultural shows. Providing free legal aid/Running legal aid centre. Publication of newsletter/literature/books etc. Preservation of ancient/tribal etc. art forms. Welfare of the Other Backward Classes. Setting up and running handicraft centre/cottage & Khadi industry/social forestry pro. 30

U.S.A Germany 7.52 7.42 6.54 5.73
3.92 0.90 0.95 2.17

U.K. 1.67 1.27 5.08 6.23

Italy Netherlands 10.30 0.07 0.06 0.64 0.27 0.71 1.22 18.90

5.04 4.54 4.10 3.77 3.67 2.90 2.85 1.64 1.18 1.16 1.14 1.11 0.84 0.77 0.54 0.50 0.22

0.06 5.95 0.00 5.09 4.41 2.68 1.81 0.70 0.00 0.77 0.41 0.18 1.99 0.35 0.00 1.65 0.00

4.28 0.46 0.15 13.12 6.47 1.67 6.18 1.91 0.00 0.14 0.58 0.00 0.17 1.65 0.03 2.86 0.11

0.27 1.72 0.00 0.28 0.55 1.37 0.06 0.46 0.00 0.20 0.00 0.16 0.00 0.11 0.00 0.69 0.00

0.18 0.37 0.62 0.27 2.95 1.36 0.67 0.27 0.00 0.04 0.28 0.00 1.18 0.77 0.01 0.37 0.12

Annex – 3 Top Recipient Associations Name of the Association
World Vision of India, Tamil Nadu Rural Development Trust, Andhra Pradesh Shri Sevassubramania Nadar Educational Charitable Trust, Tamil Nadu Believers Church India, Kerala Caruna Bal Vikas, Tamil Nadu Womens Development Trust, Andhra Pradesh Sri Sri Jagadguru Shankaracharya, Karnataka Action Aid, Karnataka Bal Raksha Bharat, Delhi SOS Childrens Village of India, Delhi Love India Ministries, Kerala Oxfam Trust, Delhi Plan International Inc., Delhi Tibetan Childrens Village, Himachal Pradesh Missionaries of Charity, West Bengal

Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, Andhra Pradesh Population Services International, Delhi Aga Khan Foundation, Delhi Gospel For Asia, Kerala Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha, Gujarat Compassion East India., West Bengal Church’s Auxiliary For Social Action., Delhi A.M.G. India International., Andhra Pradesh Pratham Mumbai Education Initiative., Maharashtra Caritas India., Delhi

Amount (Rs. in Crore) 208.94 151.31 94.28 88.45 82.60 80.29 70.67 66.46 66.03 62.21 62.04 58.80 55.36 53.49 53.35 52.68 49.53 49.17 48.91 48.22 48.19 44.44 44.30 44.23 43.58

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Annex – 4

State /Union Territory-wise details of Reporting Associations
State/ Union Territory Delhi Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Maharashtra Kerala West Bengal Gujarat Uttar Pradesh Orissa Jharkhand Himachal Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Bihar Rajasthan
Uttarakhand Assam Punjab Chhattisgarh Meghalaya Manipur Puducherry Nagaland Haryana Jammu & Kashmir Goa Andaman & Nicobar Islands Chandigarh Arunachal Pradesh Mizoram Tripura Sikkim Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman and Diu Total

Number of Associations

1385 3218 2521 1581 1702 1632 1821 1011 1305 1240 465 109 419 832 374
281 253 114 231 123 265 84 78 116 79 105 12 41 23 34 32 8 14 00 21508

Amount received (Rs. in crore) 1815.91 1663.31 1324.87 982.96 920.98 891.83 558.72 393.97 217.87 214.32 159.65 145.02 142.62 138.78 127.79 103.57
93.10 87.38 64.99 63.91 36.81 32.91 29.03 28.07 26.18 14.34 10.72 9.07 9.04 8.38 7.24 3.11 1.09 0.00 10337.59

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Annex - 5

Top Recipient Districts
District Chennai (Madras) Bengaluru Mumbai Ananthapur Kolkata Hyderabad/Secunderabad Pathanmthitta (Quilon) Ernakulam Ahmedabad Pune Madurai Krishna Kangra/Dharamshala Chengalpattu/MGR/ Kancheepuram Kottayam Guntur 24 Parganas-(S and N) Thiruchirapalli Tirunelveli(Kattabomman) Thiruvananthapuram Chikamagalur Dehradun Ranga reddy Mysore Dindigul (Anna) No. of Associations 717 812 694 111 516 404 138 330 244 257 323 183 43 214 230 205 517 255 176 176 24 121 124 128 252 Amount (Rs. in crore) Tamil Nadu 871.60 Karnataka 702.43 Maharashtra 606.63 Andhra Pradesh 414.15 West Bengal 341.20 Andhra Pradesh 334.07 Kerala 323.62 Kerala 226.00 Gujarat 218.99 Maharashtra 185.72 Tamil Nadu 177.08 Andhra Pradesh 158.34 Himachal Pradesh 144.97 Tamil 112.49 Nadu Kerala 106.25 97.65 Andhra Pradesh 94.04 West Bengal 89.40 Tamil Nadu 88.16 Tamil Nadu 79.97 Kerala 74.28 Karnataka 73.46 Uttarakhand 69.72 Andhra Pradesh 67.71 Karnataka 64.85 Tamil Nadu State

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Annex - 6

Top Donor Agencies
Donor Gospel For Asia Inc. , USA Fundacion Vicente Ferrer, Barcelona, Spain World Vision Global Centre Compassion International, USA HCL Holdings Private Ltd. M/s Om Foundation, USA Population Service International Oxfam GB Save The Children EED-Evangeischer Entwickkugsdienst e.v. Univercity of Manitoba Bill & Melnda Gates Foundation Plan International SOS Kinderdorf International Wort & Tata Algemeinel Missions Geseliehaft General Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Oxfam (India) Trust The Bill & Mellinda Gates Foundation Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Kinder Not Hilfe e.v. (KNH) The Nippon Foundation International Development Enterprises (IDE) Red EEn Kind Netherlands Caritas India International HIV/AIDS Alliance Country United States of America Spain United States of America United States of America Mauritius United States of America United States of America United Kingdom United Kingdom Germany Canada United States of America United States of America Austria Germany United States of America United Kingdom United States of America United Kingdom Germany Japan United States of America Netherland India United Kingdom Amount (Rs. in crore) 232.71 228.60 197.62 131.57 94.28 63.96 50.91 44.52 44.15 44.01 41.11 39.70 38.61 34.01 29.48 29.29 27.92 27.82 26.15 25.46 24.72 24.59 21.93 20.68 20.61

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Annex – 7

Donor country-wise details
Country Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)
31057291 10463053 10386791 5834756 5094592 4372530 3020648 2979813 1891255 1482810 1331547 1220466 1121018 1057903 1010185 671404 587203 575643 527596 497777 482698 321628 298942 281414 214302 206080 173857 35

Country

Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)
6416 6164 6049 5633 4909 4535 4277 4107 4030 3850 3767 3639 3588 3407 3190 3029 2792 2788 2735 2714 2398 2272 2082 1943 1627 1597 1527

United States of America Germany United Kingdom Italy Netherlands Spain Switzerland Canada France Australia United Arab Emirates Belgium Austria Sweden Mauritius Japan Ireland Singapore Hong Kong Norway Denmark Kuwait New Zealand Finland Other (Tibet) Luxembourg Malaysia

Malagasy (Madagascar) Croatia Iran Fiji Ethiopia Ghana Morocco Bhutan Bahamas Myanmar Lebanon Mozambique Mexico Zimbabwe Egypt Vietnam Liberia Westem Samoa Peru Columbia Mongolia Lithuania Bulgaria Barbados Jordan Belarus Cambodia

Country

Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)

Country

Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)
1362 1274 1193 1130 1126 1105 1029 900 822 765 751 689 574 543 519 508 499 326 324 307 306 253 213 200 190 175 147 143 126 110 108 101 86 72

Czech Republic Others Philippines Taiwan South Africa Kenya Thailand Nepal South Arabia Qatar Oman Swaziland South Korea Portugal Sri Lanka Iceland Poland Indonesia Vatican City Trinidad and Tobago Russia Panama Bahrain Malta Liechtenstein Botswana China Israel Venezuela Greece Iraq Slovakia Afghanistan Tanzania

171177 167807 163385 145738 137168 137122 132402 124562 116539 114070 98612 76249 73080 72911 64100 61122 46331 45071 44969 42722 42020 35847 35697 34647 31535 30509 28835 27625 26344 23930 21352 20250 19962 19734 36

Bosnia Kazakhstan Gambia Ukraine Turkey Uruguay Maldives Bolivia Sudan Estonia Anguilla Brunei Algeria Ivory Coast New Caledonia Latvia Cayman Island Ecuador Netherlands Antilles Tajikistan Malawi Libya Cameroon Dominica Macau Sierra Leone Kyrgyzstan Syria Burkina Faso Paraguay Herzegovina Namibia Mauritania Tunisia

Country

Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)
19687 18363 17845 17350 17060 16788 16039 16024 15970 13392 13047 12541 12084 11656 10220 9077 8651 8019

Country

Amount of foreign contribution (Rs.’000)
64 47 46 44 43 35 33 30 18 14 14 13 13 11 4 3 1 1 0.04

Cyprus Brazil Suriname Uganda Romania Reunion Island Slovenia Monaco Nigeria Chile Seychelles Jamaica Pakistan Zambia Senegal Argentina Bangladesh Hungary Congo Yemen

Papua New Guinea Grenada Palestine Costa Rica Guinea Angola Laos Uzbekistan Gabon Niger Belize Tonga Guatemala St. Vincent and the Grenadines North Korea San Marino El Salvador Cuba Cape Verde Island Total

7450 7197

89978561

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