The Numbers: Panos London

The figures behind the charity that uses media and communications projects to encourage poor and marginalised people to take part in overseas development debates

£3.63m - Panos London's income for the year ending 31 December 2008, compared with £3.68m the previous year

86% - The proportion of its income the charity raised through grants from government organisations. The main contributor was the Department for International Development. The rest of the money came mostly from other grants

£70k - The highest-paid employee received no more than this

£347k - Free reserves at year-end.

This was below the charity's target level of three months' spending (£400,000). The reserves target has been increased sharply from less than £100,000 at the end of 2005

25 - The number of grants Panos received in 2008, totalling £3.56m. The charity also received £68,000 in investment income

372 - The number of print features and reports the charity produced in 2008 for use by journalists in developing countries. It also produced 50 radio and 20 television features and reports, and a daily news bulletin.

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