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52,767

emergency shelter kits

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temporary learning centres

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child-friendly spaces

43,672 water kits

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KIRIBATI Papua New Guinea

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We interviewed young women and girls across Australia About their gendered experiences We interviewed young women and girls across Australia About their gendered experiences.

Figure 1: Key survey findings

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We interviewed 600 young women & girls across Australia about their gendered experiences

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Modelling gender equality Only 30% said that their brothers or boys always or often did their fair share of housework.

Freedom to move 23% agreed with the statement that “girls should not travel alone on public transport.”

Online safety Seven out of ten thought young women are often bullied online.

Empowering young women One third agreed with the statement “it would be easier to get their dream job if they were male.”

Starting relationships on the same footing 60% agreed that girls have an equal say in their relationships.

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Right to the night Close to one third agreed with the statement that “girls should not be out in public places after dark.”

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Respectful Relationships Education More than a third want more informative and practical safe-sex and healthy relationships education at school.

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Constrained futures Lack for support for working parents, such as parental leave and affordable childcare, will impact their decision to have children.

Sexual & Reproductive Health Rights 51% agreed that girls are often pressured to take “sexy” photos of themselves and share them and 62% agreed that “girls often feel pressured to take part in sexual activities with their boyfriend or husband.”

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Emissions Source

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

CO2-e (tonnes)

CO2-e (tonnes)

CO2-e (tonnes)

Staff Air Travel

377

431

514

Electricity

318

190

150

Waste

16

16

18

Natural Gas

7

6

6

Staff Taxi Travel

4

5

4

Water Use

2

1

2

Office Paper

3

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0

0.001

0.001

0.001

727

650

694

Refrigerant Leakage Total Emissions

CO2-e (tonnes) per FTE

CO2-e (tonnes) per FTE

CO2-e (tonnes) per FTE

Staff Air Travel

5.8

6.5

6.1

Electricity

4.1

2.3

1.7

Waste

0.2

0.2

0.2

Natural Gas

0.1

0.1

0.1

Staff Taxi Travel

0.1

0.1

0.1

Water Use

0.0

0.0

0.0

Office Paper

0.0

0.0

0.0

Refrigerant Leakage

0.0

0.0

0.0

Total Emissions

10.4

9.2

8.2

Emissions Source

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Chief Executive Officer

Marketing & Fundraising

Programs

External Engagement

Business & Information Systems

Donor operations

Program Development

Media Relations

Finance

donor contact centre

International Programs

Communications & content

Fundraising

Disaster Risk & Resilience

Policy & Engagement

Corporate Services

executive office

People & Culture

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OUR NEW TOTAL REWARDS PHILOSOPHY Plan International Australia is committed to providing a work environment that attracts, promotes and recognises performance excellence in order to effectively advance the organisation’s vision and purpose. Reward, financial and nonfinancial, working conditions and environment are business-critical elements of effective recruitment, selection and retention of quality, talented and engaged staff. To this end, we have adopted a ‘Total Reward’ philosophy (or approach). The mix of remuneration, benefits, reward, recognition and celebration make up the approach that can be offered to employees in a fair, transparent and consistent manner and in keeping with our commitment to gender equality, inclusion and to put children first. Stage one (remuneration review), has been undertaken in the last year, with stage two, the new policy, procedure and framework being launched and rolled out in the coming months.

Remuneration (including Number of superannuation) executives in group

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$240,000 - 269,999

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$180,000 -199,999

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$160,000 -179,999

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49 volunteers this year we had

contributing

4,437 hours

to the organiSation Cost savings made by employing volunteers

$103,000

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IN-AUSTRALIA EXPENDITURE

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7% Other Grants

1%

Other Income $0.4m

$4.4m

34%

Child Sponsorship $21.7m

23%

Goods In Kind Grants $14.5m

2015/16 Revenue by source 24%

3% Appeals DFAT Grants

$1.8m

7%

$15.4m

Other Cash Donations $4.2m

1% Bequests $0.9m

2012 2013

$30m

2014 2015

$25m

2016 $20m $15m $10m $5m $0m Child sponsorship

Appeals

Other cash donations

Bequests

DFAT grants

Goods in kind gifts

Other grants

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& Administration 6% Accountability $3.9m

1% Reserves $0.6m

14% Fundraising $8.7m

2% Community Education

2015/16 Expenditure as a % of Revenue

$1.0m

Support Costs 6% Program $3.9m

sent to overseas programs 71% Funds $45.1m

FIVE-YEAR EXPENDITURE TREND BY TYPE 2012

$60m

2013 2014 2015

$50m

2016

$40m $30m $20m $10m $0m

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Funds sent to overseas programs

Program support costs

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Fundraising Accountability and administration


PROGRAMS EXPENDITURE RATIO

COST RATIO

77% 79% 74% 77% 68% 65% 74% 68% 65%

72% 73%

30% 31% 30% 31% 27% 24% 27% 22% 22%

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2014

2015

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27% 26%

20%

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five-year average

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2016

2015

$’000s

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21,727

23,626

- Appeals

1,808

1,930

- Other Cash Donations

4,153

4,402

27,688

29,958

REVENUE Donations and Gifts • Monetary - Child Sponsorship

• Non-Monetary Bequests and Legacies

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903

1,556

15,370

19,341

757

378

14,528

14,729

3,596

1,766

34,251

36,214

368

320

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Grants • DFAT • Other Australian • World Food Programme • Other Overseas Investment Income Other Income Revenue for International Political or Religious Adherence Promotion Programs TOTAL REVENUE

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63,275

68,219

45,143

48,296

EXPENDITURE International Aid and Development Programs Expenditure International Programs • Funds to International Programs • Program Support Costs Community Education

3,891

3,386

49,034

51,683

991

584

8,564

11,698

Fundraising Costs • Public • Government, Multilateral and Private Accountability and Administration

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8,746

11,722

3,942

3,598

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62,713

67,587

International Political or Religious Adherence Promotion Programs Expenditure

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Domestic Programs Expenditure

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62,713

67,587

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Non-Monetary Expenditure Total International Aid and Development Programs Expenditure

TOTAL EXPENDITURE SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURE

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2016

2015

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Cash and Cash Equivalents

13,043

15,801

Trade and Other Receivables

1,358

112

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ASSETS Current Assets

Inventories Assets Held for Sale

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888

1,648

15,289

17,561

Trade and Other Receivables

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Other Financial Assets

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527

665

Other Financial Assets Total Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Property, Plant & Equipment Investment Property Intangibles Other Non-current Assets Total Non-Current Assets TOTAL ASSETS

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976

1,451

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1,503

2,116

16,792

19,677

841

1,217

LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Trade and Other Payables Borrowings Current Tax Liabilities GST payable (Receivable) Other Financial Liabilities

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(44)

666

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738

621

Deferred Revenue

4,290

6,676

Total Current Liabilities

5,825

9,180

Borrowings

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Other Financial Liabilities

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442

532

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442

532

6,267

9,712

10,525

9,965

8,467

8,273

2,058

1,692

10,525

9,965

Provisions

Non-Current Liabilities

Provisions Other Total Non-Current Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES NET ASSETS EQUITY Reserves Retained Earnings TOTAL EQUITY

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Retained Earnings

Reserves

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$’000s

$’000s

$’000s

1,692

8,273

9,965

Adjustment or changes in equity due to, for example, adoptions of new accounting standards

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Changes in equity, for example from changes in asset fair value transactions

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562

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Other amounts transferred (to) or from reserves

(194)

194

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BALANCE AT 30 JUNE 2016

2,060

8,467

10,527

BALANCE AT 1 JULY 2015

Excess of revenue over expenses

Cash available at beginning of year

Cash raised during year

Cash disbursed during year

Cash available at end of year

$’000s

$’000s

$’000s

$’000s

6,676

20,417

(22,937)

4,156

Donations for programs

197

5,961

(6,023)

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Total for other purposes

8,928

23,019

(23,195)

8,752

15,801

49,397

(52,155)

13,043

Grants for programs

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