This page offers an overview of Cordaid’s Annual Reports and Financial Statements.
Annual Report 2019
Cordaid’s 2019 results include fighting HIV, TB, and malaria with the Congolese Ministry of Health; improving education for 618,000 children in the Democratic Republic of Congo; supporting small businesses in Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and Ethiopia, as well as 15,000 (mostly female) farmers in Uganda; providing food, legal aid, and sanitation facilities to Venezuelan refugees; working with young game-changers in various fragile and conflict-affected countries. In 2019 Cordaid provided humanitarian aid as member, and chair, of the Dutch Relief Alliance (DRA).
In 2019, we continued to transfer control and decision-making authority to our country teams and local partners in fragile and conflict-affected countries. This shift of power is based on the subsidiarity principle and the respect for local expertise and ownership. It led to a new organizational structure, as a result of which we had to let go of 30 people towards the end of 2019.
In 2019, Cordaid realised a balanced budget, compensating the loss incurred in operations with the positive results on our impact investments.