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The CPS holds a record of the number of defendants prosecuted for racist hate crimes.
The following table shows the number of such proceedings completed during each year for which figures are available, together with the outcome of proceedings. Outcomes are divided into conviction, including guilty pleas as well as convictions after trial, and unsuccessful outcomes, representing all outcomes other than a conviction.
Mr. Paul Goodman: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how many officials in his Department are suspended; how many are suspended on full pay; for how long each has been suspended; and what the reasons are for each such suspension. 
Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development whether officials in his Department who have lost laptops that were the property of his Department in the last 12 months have been charged the full value of replacement. 
Mr. Michael Foster: The Department for International Development's policy is that staff are only charged for the cost of replacing laptops if it is established that the member of staff was negligent. No staff have been charged for the cost of a replacement laptop in the last 12 months.
Pete Wishart: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development which non-governmental organisations have received funds from the public purse to conduct aid work in Afghanistan in the last five years; and how much each received. 
Mr. Michael Foster: For security reasons it is not possible to name the individual non-governmental organisations (NGOs) receiving direct funding from the Department for International Development (DFID).
|(1) No direct support to NGOs|
Pete Wishart: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development which non-governmental organisations have received funds from the public purse to conduct aid work in Sudan in the last five years; and how much each received. 
Mr. Michael Foster: The Department for International Development (DFID) has indirectly funded non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to carry out development and humanitarian work in Sudan through a number of channels: UN agencies that use NGOs as implementing partners for UN programmes; NGOs with which DFID has agreed Partnership Programme Arrangements; and pooled multilateral funds managed by the UN or World Bank that have disbursed to NGOs. Our total contributions to pooled multilateral funds for 2004-05 and 2008-09 are as follows:
DFID provides funds directly to NGOs under the Basic Services Fund for South Sudan; for programme delivery such as elections or disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) support; and through bilateral partnerships. DFID has funded the following organisations in this way between 2004-05 and 2008-09:
|NGO||Total f unding received (£ million)|
|(1) Including following grants|
Mothers for Peace, Ahfad University, the Small Arms Survey, Justice Africa, Sudan Production Aid, Padak Fisheries Training Centre, Loka Women's Association, the Africa Partnership Aid for Rehabilitation and Development, Al Asala Women's Association, Veterinaires Sans Frontieres, Rift Valley Institute, Friends for Africa International, Diocese of Rumbek, CMS Ireland, Valid International, Information Technology Development Group (now Practical Action), Carter Centre, Echo Bravo Education Base, Save the Children Sweden, Overseas Development Institute and Catholic Relief Services have each received grants of £100,000 or less.
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