Un enfant Rohingyas,région de Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh ©Arnaud Finistre

2017 Financial Report

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In 2017, we pursued the efforts undertaken in 2016 to control our spending and optimise our resources. Our economic model is evolving and must allow us to produce operating surpluses that will consolidate our political independence, strengthen our social impact and support the organisation’s transformation and development in line with our mission statement.

Limiting our financial dependence in a changing humanitarian context impacted by strong and often unforeseeable political, security and financial issues is a big challenge.
Indeed, analysing our independence in the reductive light of our generosity of the general public/total income ratio is no longer sufficient, especially as this ratio is deteriorating as a natural result of our significant but controlled growth. We must now ensure that our non - earmarked income provides us with enough freedom to make our own operational choices and determine our own political and strategic orientations.

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