The Numbers: The Institute for War and Peace Reporting

The figures behind the charity that provides support and training to independent media organisations in areas of crisis and conflict

£4.16m: The IWPR's income for the year ending 31 December 2008, compared with a total of £2.5m the previous year

£616k: The charity's unrestricted income during the year. Of this, about £512,000 came from media training and £102,000 from rent. The remainder was from donations and investment income

£240k: The charity's free reserves at year-end. The target was to hold reserves equal to three months' running costs for its London operation, or about £195,000. The previous year, the charity's free reserves were only £145. The year before that, it had a substantial deficit

£80k: No employee was paid more than this

10: The number of programmes the charity runs in different regions across the world.

It sponsors local news reporters in areas such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Sudan and Uganda

5%: The percentage of pensionable income the charity contributed to employees' pension schemes during the year

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