This page offers an overview of Cordaid’s annual reports and financial statements.
There is a small delay in the audit and approval of the annual report of 2020. We expect to publish the annual report 2020, including the remuneration of the Board of Directors, by mid-October 2021.
As of January 1st, 2021, Cordaid and ICCO have joined forces. Here you can view ICCO Foundation’s most recent annual report.
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 a 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 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.
In 2021, Cordaid and ICCO decided to become one organisation. Sharing Christian values, the organisations will combine networks, knowledge, and infrastructure to increase their impact in addressing today’s and tomorrow’s global challenges. You will also find the annual reports of ICCO below.