£1.95m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2010, compared with £5.34m in the previous year. It spent £4.01m during the year. It said it had identified £8.45m of further funding it expected to receive up to December 2011
£1.31m - The size of the charity's largest grant for the year, from the Abu Dhabi Fund. The remainder of its income came from a grant from the Gulbenkian Foundation. It also reversed a write-down of money it had previously expected to pay in VAT
£1.3m - The charity's unrestricted funds at year-end. The charity's target was to hold reserves equal to three months' expenditure
£150k - No employee was paid more than this.
4 - The number of projects the charity currently runs, focusing on links between civilisations and between cities and the countryside.