All of us at War Child were proud to support more than 380,000 children during 2016. Children who are forced to live with the terrible effects of violence and armed conflict.
All of us at War Child have a shared ambition to significantly increase the scale and impact of our work.
Nineteen-year-old Ivan combines his university studies with work as a facilitator at War Child's former partner organisation Fundescodes. Ivan lives in Buenaventura, one of the most violent cities in Colombia.
This Annual Report provides an account of our activities in 2016 and clarifies our role in the humanitarian aid sector.
We consulted a representative sample of our stakeholders about the aspects of our work they wanted information on. Based on their input, we selected eleven themes that form the basis of this Annual Report.
War Child takes its responsibilities with regard to transparency very seriously.
War Child works to achieve excellence, quality and enhanced impact in everything we do - both at head office and in the fourteen counties in which we are active.
Each country office in our organisation develops project plans which specify the planned results (both short-term and intermediate outcomes) of a particular intervention.
War Child believes that children and young people should play an active role in defining their futures.