ANNUAL REPORT 2015
REALITY AND URGENCY THE REALITY
1.2 billion adolescents today make up 18% of the worldâ€™s population. [2015 OHCHR] 1 in 3 girls in the developing world are said to be married before 18. [Girls Not Brides] Worldwide, an estimated 16 million girls between 15 and 19 years old give birth every year [2015 UNFPA: Girlhood not Motherhood] 41 percent of unmarried and sexually active adolescent girls have an unmet need for contraception. [2016 UNFPA: Universal access to reproductive health] 76 countries have laws that are used to criminalize and harass people on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Consensual same sex activity is punishable by death in 5 countries. [2015 OHCHR]
CHOICE is an ambitious and bold youth-led organization. We advocate for the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of young people worldwide and support them to meaningfully participate and to voice and claim their rights. It is our core belief that the SRHR reality of young people can improve through meaningful youth participation in the development, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of programs and SRHR policies at the local, national, regional and global level.
SUMMARY OVER 2015 SPEAKING UP FOR YOUTH RIGHTS
UfBR, carried out in partnership with the SRHR Alliance, consisting of Rutgers, Simavi, dance4life and AMREF Flying Doctors.ASK: realized through the Youth Empowerment Alliance consisting of the SRHR Alliance partners with the addition of STOP AIDS NOW! and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). No, I Don’t: joined program with Plan Netherlands.
In 2015 CHOICE has been advocating for youth SRHR and Meaningful Youth Participation (MYP) during the post-2015 processes and at the Commission of Population and Development
CHOICE supports youth-led organizations in Africa and Asia to engage
successfully in advocacy at community, local and national level. In 2015, CHOICE worked with 5 youth-led partners as part of the Unite for Body
UNFPA Global Strategy Meeting (Istanbul)
Negotiations on how to implement the results of the ICPD Review Processes in the new Sustainable Development Agenda.
Right (UfBR), Unite against Child Marriage (UACM) and Acces, Service, Knowlegde (ASK) programs in Africa (Malawi, Kenya, Ethiopia) and Asia (Indonesia and India). As part of the No, I don’t program, which focuses on preventing child marriage (in Mozambique and Zambia), CHOICE trained peer educators on SRHR (body confidence, life skills) and consulted local NGO’s on how to work with young people in their programs. You can find some results of these programs on the next pages, or visit
CPD (New York)
How to integrate population issues into sustainable development to realize ‘the Future We Want’.
Girls Not Brides Member Meeting (Morocco)
Meet members of the Global Girls Not Brides network to learn from one another, build capacity and align future plans and strategies.
JUNE & JULY
Post 2015 Intergovernmental Negotiations (New York)
Negotiations on the outcome document, the proposal for the Sustainable Development Agenda.
our website to read our collected Stories of Change.
WHERE DID OUR MONEY GO TO? Overhead
Fundraise € 36.088
SEPTEMBER Post 2015 Summit
Adoption of the 2030 Agenda (Sustainable Development Agenda).
Mapping the way forward for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the 2030 Agenda.
CHOICE IS AN AMBITIOUS AND BOLD YOUTH-LED ORGANIZATION.
Advocacy € 55.080
Africa € 293.485
Asia € 159.080
‘A WORLD IN WHICH THE CHOICE IS (Y)OURS!’
Ambassador together with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in order to give youth an official voice in Dutch foreign policies on SRHR.
‘zero HIV/aids, zero drug-use, and zero free sex’.
To amplify the voice of youth at all levels, we
A statement I heard several times a day when
supported youth-led organizations in Africa and
visiting Indonesia, one of our partner countries,
Asia to undertake lobby activities themselves,
in November 2015. Of course, zero HIV/aids and
focusing on their communities and the national
zero drug-use was something I understood. But
level. We also invested in connecting these
what did zero free sex mean?
organizations to UN processes. To learn more about some of these youth advocates and their
A teacher at a local middle-school (who also
stories, you can visit the CHOICE website and
used this phrase) explained to us, that this is a slogan promoted by the government which encourages the ‘no sex before marriage’ principle. This is of course a stigmatizing slogan on pre-marital sex. Do not get me wrong here; there is nothing wrong with talking about the possibility of abstinence with young people. Possibility being the operative word. Abstinence should not be framed as a methodology, but discussed as part of an accurate, balanced and
By Elsemieke de Jong
comprehensive sexuality education program. A program which discusses the sexuality of young people from a rights-based perspective.
read their stories of change. Another highlight of
A program which also talks about sexuality,
2015 was the continuation of our child marriage
pleasure, love and relationships in all its forms.
programs, which enabled us to build knowledge and expertise on this harmful practice (every
Unfortunately, programs and policies which
minute 28 girls are married off too soon) and
regulate young peoples’ sexual and reproductive
how it intersects with SRHR.
health and rights (SRHR) too often do not reflect young peoples’ needs and realities.
Finally, I am happy to report that CHOICE was
This is why it is imperative that young people
able to secure funding to deepen and expand
are participating in the development,
our programs from 2016 until 2020. With these
implementation and evaluation of SRHR
programs we can continue to advocate for our
policies and programs.
vision: a world in which all SRHR of all young people are fulfilled and where all young people
In 2015, CHOICE therefore advocated for strong
can make personal and informed decisions
references to the SRHR of young people in the
regarding their sexuality. A world in which the
new United Nations development agenda
CHOICE is (y)ours!
2030– the Sustainable Development Goals – and the United Nations Commission on Population and Development. CHOICE also started the project of the Youth SRHR
COMBINING OUR VOICES
A STRONG AND UNIFIED YOUTH VOICE IS MORE POWERFUL THAN INDIVIDUAL YOUNG PEOPLE SPEAKING OUT ABOUT THEIR RIGHTS ALONE.
A strong and unified youth voice is more
on youth and SRHR. At the same time this
engagement process with our governments and
powerful than individual young people speaking
connector meeting was also helpful in building
how to approach the opposition during the CPD
out about their rights alone. This is why CHOICE
the capacities of these individuals.
organized a connector meeting at the 48th
The meeting was a great success and a good
session of the Commission on Population and
step for uniting youth sexual and reproductive
health and rights advocacy worldwide.
CHOICE brought together youth advocates from
Lucky from YECE adds: “The connector meeting
our partner youth-led organizations NAYA from
was very valuable and an important process.
Kenya, TaYA from Ethiopia and YECE from
It helped us in preparing all of us on how best to
Malawi to formulate a joint advocacy strategy
understand the process and plan well on the 5
NEGOTIATING FOR CHANGE The Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development was adopted by governments in September 2015 at the United Nations in New York. A ground breaking Agenda because of its universality and aim to leave no-one behind.
For CHOICE, the Agenda represents the opportunity to improve young peopleâ€™s sexual and reproductive health and rights! CHOICErs have contributed to the long negotiation process on the Agenda in various ways; we participated in Open Working Groups and the Intergovernmental Negotiations, campaigned on social media, cooperated with other youth organizations in developing position papers and statements and we advocated day in day out towards policy
Throughout these activities we have stressed
the importance of SRHR in sustainable development and advocated for young peopleâ€™s rights. We have come a long way and the Agenda 2030 is there. Now is the time to hold governments accountable to what they committed to at the UN and ensure the meaningful participation of young people in the implementation of Agenda 2030.
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Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
YOUTH AMBASSADOR SRHR
Young people have sexual and reproductive
of applause it definitely shook up the meeting,
rights and young people have the right to
which also made my position much better known
participate in decision-making processes that
affect their lives. Yet young peopleâ€™s voices are insufficiently listened to and their sexual and
2015 brought a good start and solid foundation
reproductive health and rights (SRHR) remain
for the Youth Ambassador project. Iâ€™m looking
highly contested. This is why having a Youth
forward to 2016, when my successor and I will
Ambassador for SRHR is so important; it calls for attention to the SRHR of youth and is a powerful example of meaningful youth participation. In 2015, I had the opportunity to be the first official Dutch Youth Ambassador for SRHR. I got to travel, meet inspiring people and speak out for the rights of young people. Because I had access to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, I got insight into how the government works on youth rights. I was able to provide input in government meetings based on what was
shared with me by young people and civil society. This unique position had allowed me to play a strategic role in advocacy for SRHR and meaningful youth participation. While getting to really shape and establish the position of Youth Ambassador and having organizations and embassies ask for your input was the best part of 2015 for me, there were also some specific - more visible -highlights. Most notable was the statement I gave on behalf of the Netherlands at the Commission on Population and Development. With two rounds 7
hopefully continue to shake things up and speak out for the rights of young people.
STORY FROM THE GROUND “I WAS FORCED INTO MARRIAGE WHEN I WAS 18, AFTER AN UNPLANNED PREGNANCY. MY HUSBAND DID NOT ALLOW ME TO CONTINUE MY EDUCATION.”
This is the story of Emmily, an energetic,
The No, I Don’t Program became a stepping
Emmily is currently following a course and
positive and open-minded young woman from
stone for Emmily. She felt really motivated to
planning to return to her community as a health
rural Zambia. We met Emmily during a training
encourage other girls to claim their sexual and
for youth facilitators in Zambia. CHOICE
reproductive rights: “I can see how my life story
provided this training as part of the No, I Don’t
makes them aware to be careful”.
Program, focusing on preventing child
CHOICE will continue to work on preventing child marriages and unintended teenage
marriages in Zambia and Mozambique in
We asked Emmily to co-facilitate a training for
pregnancies in various countries. We hope to
collaboration with Plan Netherlands.
Plan’s local partners in Lusaka. She eagerly
meet Emmily again, and many more young
Emmily herself got married at a young age:
accepted the invitation and it proved crucial to
women like her!
“I was forced into marriage when I was 18, after
have her ideas and opinion in the training.
an unplanned pregnancy. My husband did not
Afterwards Emmily told us: ”Co-facilitating the
allow me to continue my education.”
training gave me a lot of confidence and it impressed my community as well. They decided to support me to become a health assistant!”
BUILDING YOUTH LEADERSHIP
“CHOICE assisted ARI in becoming an established youth-led organization in Indonesia by providing skills and knowledge on advocacy, SRHR issues and MYP - YAP.”
2015 marks the end of two large Programs for CHOICE and partners; ‘Unite for Body Rights’ (UfBR) and Access to Services and Knowledge (ASK). Both Programs were implemented as part of CHOICE’s Youth Leadership Program in which the main goal is to enhance the capacity of our partner organizations on SRHR, youth-led advocacy, meaningful youth participation and organizational development, to ensure sustainability and practice successful advocacy.
As part of the UfBR Program CHOICE financially and technically supported partner organizations to work towards becoming professional and
CHOICE has secured funding for the Youth
sustainable youth-led organizations advocating
Leadership Program which means that we can
for youth SRHR. As an outcome, partner
continue to build and strengthen the capacities
organizations managed to diversify their funds,
of sustainable youth-led organizations
structure organizational management and
worldwide in the years to come.
became an expert on youth-led advocacy on national and international level.
“CHOICE has been instrumental in enhancing the capacity of the youth advocates and NAYA staff in ensuring that NAYA is a sustainable youth-led organisation.” The added value of the ASK Program was that it was built on the existing structures from the UfBR Program and provided the opportunity for CHOICE and partners to enrich the interventions specifically focused on meaningful youth participation, youth adult partnerships and youth-led advocacy.
NAYA AND CHOICE PARTNERSHIP:
LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ASK AND UFBR PROGRAMS IN KENYA NAYA’s partnership with CHOICE through the
continuous support from CHOICE and partners
effective way as only them know best. These
ASK and UFBR programs is among the very best
in the Kenya SRHR Alliance, NAYA managed to
lessons learnt from meaningful youth participation
things that have happened to NAYA in its fifteen
realize tremendous gains. A community health
contributed to the body of knowledge and
years of existence. Not only has it contributed to
worker in Siaya got her stipend from the county
evidence based arguments for meaningful youth
building her capacity, but this partnership has
government for the very first time, a young
made significant contribution to the Sexual and
person sat among decision makers in the Migori
Reproductive Health and Rights situation of
County Technical Working Group, a community
But the biggest blessing from the collaboration
young people in Kenya.
based organization took part in the Kisumu
between CHOICE and NAYA in the ASK and
county budget making process for the first time
UFBR programs isn’t in these astounding
in its existence, a young girl received information
results. It’s in the partnerships forged; with
about sexuality on radio, an adolescent boy got
media and policy makers; with governments and
referred to a youth friendly facility via NAYA
government agencies; with civil society
KENYA Facebook page, a youth advocate had a
organizations and other non-state actors. It’s in
forum to ask his Member of County Assembly to
the networks created and strengthened. It’s the
invest in his health. These are just but a few
powerful and inextinguishable movement built
snippets of what the ASK and UFBR projects
with young people and for young people. It’s the
were able to achieve.
promise for youth sexual and reproductive
IT’S THE PROMISE FOR YOUTH SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS IN KENYA.
health and rights in Kenya. It’s the assurance Entrenching meaningful youth participation at
that NAYA won’t walk alone in this journey.
With Kenya’s devolved system of governance,
organizational and within government hierarchy
That in CHOICE and others, she will always have
NAYA has been able to reach policy makers in
is another fruit from this project. By working
friends to hold her hands as the journey gets
South Western Kenya, informing them,
together with young people, NAYA, realized
persuading them, motivating them and moving
major milestones. Young people in the Youth
them to make deliberate policy and legislative
Council, Annual General Meetings and the
ROBERT ASEDA, POLICY AND PARTNERSHIPS
steps to prioritize young people and their sexual
Advisory Board contributed fresh, innovative
OFFICER BIJ NAYA.
and reproductive health and rights.
ideas and the energy, zeal, wherewithal to
Whereas this was an enormous task, through
achieve these decisions in the most cost 10
STORIES OF CHANGE CHOICE decided to share some stories about our impact: the stories of young people we are able to change together with our partners. Here we share two of these stories. Visit our website to find more!
KENYA - OLIVIA: “OPENING UP CONVERSATIONS BY TALKING ABOUT SEXUALITY”
THE CURRENT SITUATION: WORKING WITH
THE INTERVENTION: BECOMING A MEMBER
Olivia now works with Truth FM, a Christian
The change that Alamsyah experienced came
radio station based in Nairobi, to create content
about after she joined ARI (CHOICE’s partner
about sexuality and sexual health. Through
organization in Indonesia) in October 2012.
making radio she hopes to inform people about
Participating in the activities organized by ARI
issues like abortions, early pregnancy, LGBTQ
gave Alamsyah the skills to develop herself
rights and drug and substance abuse. Olivia
towards her current function in ARI, being the
hopes that providing this information will let
Media and Communication Division Coordinator.
people understand each other’s position and THE PREVIOUS SITUATION: UNABLE TO
open up conversation, whether they are young
or old, community members or policy makers.
THE CURRENT SITUATION: LEARNING TO ACCEPT DIVERSITY
Olivia worked as a volunteer with a youth group
Alamsyah explains: “I have learned how to
of the Red Cross Kenya, educating people as
socialize with people and learned a lot about
well as doing community services and distributing
media and communication.” But this knowledge
goods. Amongst the people she worked with
about how to use media in communication is
there was little dialogue about sexuality. Olivia
not the only thing that Alamsyah takes from her
felt like religious beliefs, conservative opinions
experience with ARI. She also experienced a
and a patriarchal society made it almost
change in her attitude: “Before, I always thought
impossible to discuss these issues as a part of
that people who are different than me did not
the development agenda. She wanted to create a platform for this discussion but lacked the experience and knowledge to do so.
THE INTERVENTION: GETTING TRAINED TO
INDONESIA - ALAMSYAH:
advocate. During her training Olivia received a lot of factual information about sexuality and stigma, which helped her to pass this information on to her peers. She also received training on how and who to speak about these issues to create change.
a friend. But through my experience with ARI,
I have learned how to accept the difference in
people and celebrating their diversity. I know
SPEAK UP Olivia was chosen by NAYA to become a youth
deserve to be respected, let alone considered as
other people. I am now respectful towards other now that people are born differently and to accept this will cause people to step away from
THE PREVIOUS SITUATION: SHY AND
the negative stigma of diversity that leads to
conflicts in society.”
Alamsyah used to be a shy and reserved person. “I didn’t dare to speak in front of a lot of people”, states 23 year old Alamsyah from Makassar. But then everything changed.
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BEHIND THE SCENES
THE CHOICE TEAM:
would end after 2015, this meant that we had to
are incorporated in our annual plan 2016 and
invest our capacity and time in fundraising.
will feed into our new multi-annual strategy.
And we were successful. Together with 3 different alliances CHOICE was able to secure
Working at a youth-led organization, there is
Right Now’ program (Rutgers, dance4life, Hivos,
never a dull moment! This is first and foremost
ARROW, IPPF ARO, LACHWN) and the SRHR
CHALLENGES OR OPPORTUNITIES?
(on and off) 25 youth advocates (voluntary
Partnerships with the ‘Get up, Speak Out’
Even though 2015 was a good year for CHOICE,
basis), our office team (4.9 FTE)* and our
program (Rutgers, dance4life, IPPF, Simavi, Stop
we also faced some challenges. Within our
Aids NOW!) and the ‘Yes I do’ program (Plan,
organization we have to deal with a high
Amref Flying Doctors, KIT, Rutgers). These The General Board is the main decision-making
turn-over of our staff and advocates due to
grants will enable CHOICE to continue and
and governing body of CHOICE and defines the
either ‘aging-out’ – and a high mobility of our
expand our Youth Leadership and International
advocates (work, travel, study). This means
organization’s policies and strategies.
CHOICE has to constantly invest in training and
the Strategic Partnerships with the ‘Right here,
thanks to our CHOICE dream team consisting of
re-training. Another challenge is our limited
Ms. Zoë Nussy - Chair – Dutch Mr. Robin Toorneman – Treasurer - Dutch Ms. Quirine Lengkeek – Secretary – Dutch Ms. Renske Poelma General Board Member – Dutch Mr. Timo Bravo Rebolledo – General Board Member –Dutch
The Supervisory Board advices the General Board and monitors the implementation of CHOICE policies and the (multiannual) year plan.
Mr. Ronald Schurer Chair – Dutch Mr. Daan Rijk Treasurer Dutch Ms. Frouke Karel Secretary – Dutch Ms. Anneke Wensing – Dutch Ms. Ellen Eiling – Dutch
In the upcoming years CHOICE will invest in
capacity (FTE) and knowledge available that is
diversifying our funding in order to increase our
not program related: e.g. Human Resources
(HR), financial expertise. CHOICE will therefore welcome more expertise from outside and
WHAT GETS MEASURED GETS DONE
acknowledge that being youth-led does not mean we have to do everything on our own.
THE ROAD AHEAD
To be able to do even more, CHOICE invested in 2015 in setting-up a Theory of Change. This
The future is looking bright for CHOICE with
theory supports CHOICE to think about how
three strong partnerships and programs starting
change within our programs happens. Based on
in 2016 (until 2020). Within our International
the outcomes within the theory will develop
Advocacy Program we will explore new advocacy
CHOICE’s PME framework in 2016.
opportunities for young people’s SRHR,
Not only measuring is important to get things
including at European Union (EU) level and at
done (effectively). Evaluation of our programs is
the UN human rights mechanisms in Genève.
also important to CHOICE. We therefore
Within our Youth Leadership Program we will
commissioned the International Research by
continue and deepen our support to existing
Student Program (IRSP) to evaluate the
partners, but also to new youth-led initiatives
efficiency of CHOICE’s International Advocacy
including in Zambia and in Mozambique. We will
Program and its interventions. These findings
also invest the quality of technical assistance
Our General Board and Supervisory Board
that we can provide to our
receive no emoluments.
partners (e.g. development of training materials, training of trainers).
‘IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY’
Finally, we will invest in our communication efforts and our brand awareness. So, keep an eye out for our new website in the fall of 2016!
Working at a NGO means you are dependent on external funding. As many of CHOICE’s funding 12
CHOICER IN THE SPOTLIGHT:
ROBIN Robin Jasperse became a Youth Advocate for CHOICE in 2015. She’s currently the lead of the Member Management cluster, where she makes sure all the members of CHOICE are thriving in their function. To get to know this enthusiastic and ambitious CHOICEr a little better, we decided to put her in the spotlight.
“I joined CHOICE to broaden my horizon. I have a background in medical Meet Karin, one of our newest recruited Youth Advocate with a passion for
biology and did a research about sexual functioning of young women. As I
advocacy. During her internship on SRHR at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign
was moving forward in my research, I discovered the social problems
Affairs she got introduced to the work of CHOICE and decided to apply in
concerning this topic intrigued me too. How is it possible that so many
the beginning of 2016: “For me the title ‘Youth Advocate’ already conveys
women still have no access to safe abortion? And why are so many women
a lot, because I really feel like I am an advocate for the rights of young
not informed to make a well-considered decision in regard to sex? Also,
people. Being a CHOICEr gives me the opportunitiy to share my experiences
I think that pleasure should be the main motive to have sex for everyone.
with others, and explain to them why I believe in our charter.”
Unfortunately, this is still not the case. I am happy to be part of a group of young and ambitious people who fight for these issues.”
This enthusiastic changemaker wasted no oppurtunity to get into the game. Last February she, and fellow advocate Jinte, visited the Eurpean
“While volunteering for CHOICE, I found out that it is still quite difficult to
Parliament and the Brussels office of UNFPA to discuss the status of
include youth in a meaningful way in decision-making processes.
SRHR in Europe with researchers and lobbyists: “What I really took home
The Flower of Meaningful Youth Participation gave me a lot of insights
is the continued and even increasing need within Europe to lobby for
concerning these issues. Before CHOICE, I was not aware of these
SRHR, as the political climate is changing and conservative forces are
problems, now I will certainly bring these insights along in my future
strongly lobbying against SRHR. Another topic at hand was SRHR in
career as a young professional. Moreover, CHOICE made me realize that
humanitarian settings, a pressing topic during times where refugees are
cooperating with people who have the same ideas, dreams and ambitions
living in camps where there is no privacy and people have very limited
is incredibly important. This brings out the best in all of us. When I was
access to contraception.”
visiting the Women Deliver Conference (Copenhagen, 2016), I found the following quote in an empty hallway: “Good thing happen when good
This knowledge will came in handy when Karin teamed up with our
people come together”. Spot on!”
seasoned CHOICEr Timo in New York City at the Commission on Population and Development (CPD) this April. “To remind attendants
“At the Women Deliver Conference, my main task was to network. Pitching
from the international community of the importance of SRHR for
CHOICE to increase the awareness of our organization. In addition, we
adolescents and young people”. We’re expecting a lot from this ambitious
started collecting data for our recently launched Your CHOICE campaign.
advocate in the near future, since she will be returning to New York in July
This resulted in the most extraordinary conversations and connections.
for the High Level Political Forum. A few months in, her CHOICE
One of the most significant new insights I attained at the Women Deliver
experience already exceeded everything she hoped for: “A big wish of
Conference, is the extreme importance of men engagement in the battle
mine was to attend the CPD, so I guess I will have to re-think my
against gender inequality. Gender inequality is not a women’s problem,
ambitions! I hope to stay with CHOICE for years to come, maybe even take
it’s a problem of everyone!”
up a staff or board position when the time is right.” “I’m not sure where I’ll be in ten years. First, I need to focus on the coming weeks to finish my thesis. ;-) At least I know that I do not want to work in a medical laboratory, which would have been the most logical choice after finishing my study. Hopefully, I will get new insights for my future career during my upcoming travel.” 13
ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2015 BALANCE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2015 ASSETS
Fixed assets Receivables Prepayments and other current assets Cash and cash equivalents
Reserves * Continuity * Current and accrued liabilities
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE FOR 2015 INCOME
Actual 2015 €
Budget 2015 €
Actual 2014 €
Own fundraising income Income from third-party campaigns Government subsidies Income from interest and exchange rates
Actual 2015 €
Budget 2015 €
Actual 2014 €
Directly allocated to objectives Projectcosts Partner organizations
Actual 2015 €
Budget 2015 €
Actual 2014 €
1.269 615 34.204
8.500 3.000 8.500
8.343 2.920 8.343
Costs management and administration
Own fundraising costs Costs third-party campaigns Costs government subsidies
MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
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