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14 sections found in the annual report 2009
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Afghanistan; Program information

Target groups, partners and costs in Afghanistan...

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Organisation; Partnerships with international organisations

War Child has partnerships with the following international organisations (alphabetical) ...

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Organisation; Partnerships with Dutch organisations (alphabetical)

War Child has partnerships with te following Dutch organisations (alphabetical)...

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Management

In 2008 the general management was formed by War Child’s executive director, Mr. Mark Vogt, who led the executive organisation, and director of external affairs Ms. Willemijn Verloop ...

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Management; Remuneration and sidelines

By the end of 2009, the Executive Director, who worked 40 hours per week received a full time gross salary of € 5,828 per month. The Director of External Affairs who worked 24 hours per week, received a full time gross salary of € 5,056 per month, which resulted in a salary of € 3,033 per month....

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Best possible use of funds

War Child strives to achieve the best possible use of funds....

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Own fundraising

According to plan, War Child’s own fundraising totalled € 10,005,220, a growth of 13% compared to 2008. ...

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Income

In 2009, War Child generated € 14,334,357. in income, a growth of 4% compared to 2008. 70% was realised by War Child’s own fundraising. ...

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Fundraising and Communications

War Child is dependent on the involvement and support of its constituency. The constituency’s growth is a target on its own. War Child feels supported by a growing supportive community to keep working on its targets....

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Income and expenditure

Due to a growth in income, expenditures on project activities has increased as well. War Child anticipated the consequences of the financial crisis by including income above budget in the reserve, so as to ensure the progress of programs in 2009....

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