Institutional funding is not only important for War Child’s income, institutional donors are also key partners in advocacy, innovation, and programme development, bringing in expertise and knowledge that complement War Child’s work.
|Institutional Donor ||Number of signed contracts ||Total contribution ||Benefiting War Child country|
|Common Humanitarian Fund||3||€ 685,715||Sudan|
|European Commission||4||€ 2,720,378||South Sudan, DR Congo, Uganda, Lebanon, Israel, occupied Palestinian territories|
|European Commission Humanitarian Office||1||€ 750||DR Congo|
|Motorola Foundation||1||€ 836||Afghanistan|
|Royal Netherlands Embassy||1||€ 3,285||Sudan|
|UNICEF||2||€ 12,593||Lebanon, South Sudan|
|Turing Foundation||1||€ 10,500||DR Congo|
|War Child UK||1||€ 5,103||Lebanon|
|Total||14||€ 4,479,263|| |
* The signed contracts do not reflect the income in 2012. Income might be spread over a longer period of time. Also income in 2012 can come from contracts signed before 2012
The Dutch Postcode Lottery has been a special partner of War Child since 2000. Thanks to their yearly contribution and structural support to our projects, War Child can reach many children. In 2012, the contribution of the Dutch Postcode Lottery was € 1,350,000.
Next to the institutional partners, we also work with corporate partners and implementing partners. And we are part of several international networks.
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