We owe it to you - your support truly allows us to help women and girls living in poverty change their lives, for good. The charts and information below details how we are funded.
Over 70% of the Federation’s total external income is generated by the five countries set out in the following figures. Malawi and Denmark’s income is overwhelmingly from Institutional sources; whereas Greece, Italy and the UK are each a mix of income types that is weighted towards Individual Giving.
DANIDA (Danish International Development Agency) was our largest institutional donor in 2018, contributing approximately €18 million. The great majority of funding from the Global Fund was to Malawi.
Largest donors (€ millions)
|2a. Individual giving||Restricted
|ActionAid International Secretariat
|2b. Philanthropy & Partnerships
|Trusts and Foundations||4,514||3,745||8,259||17,928|
|Other Philanthropy & Partnerships||2,376||269||2,645||4,404|
|Total Philanthropy & Partnerships||14,605||5,837||20,442||27,607|
Breaking Barriers - funded by Norad
Breaking Barriers is a four year, Norad-funded multi country project which seeks to address some of the key barriers that prevent children, especially girls and marginalized children from enjoying their right to free, quality, inclusive public education. The barriers include discrimination, inadequate financing and the proliferation of private, low-cost schools. The project is being implemented in Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria and Tanzania.
The project’s objectives are structured around ActionAid’s 4S framework for education financing, emphasizing the need to ensure that:
- Governments take actions to increase the size of national budgets by raising fair tax
- Governments take actions to increase the share of funds allocated to and spent on free, quality, inclusive public education
- Public education policies, systems and expenditure are sensitive to the rights of girls and marginalised children
- A strong active movement of community and civil society structures effectively scrutinise education budgets and expenditure and hold governments to account for the provision of free, quality, inclusive public education especially for girls and marginalised children.
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