Page 1

TI

ANNUAL REPORT

2014

AR

2006 -2016

E

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

ANN I VERS

ING

* 1 0

Y *

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

TH

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

H NG AND S

HONG DUC PUBLSHING HOUSE


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

CORNERSTONES OF OUR EFFORT

Vision People in rural communities are empowered to sustainably manage their own livelihood in an equal and compassionate society.

Mission SRD is a foremost professional Vietnamese development agency that supports poor rural communities to adapt to the changing environment and sustainably manage their own livelihoods. Its success is underpinned by a holistic approach to development that ranges from grassroots capacity building to international advocacy.

Our Values Ownership Accountability/Transparency Sharing and learning Results/Impacts Participation

2

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

2014 - A year of striving to thrive In 2014, the team at The Centre for Sustainable Rural Development (SRD) strove to grow and improve in all activities and projects across Vietnam. Join us in reviewing our milestones from the past year through the following contents:

CONTENTS Letter from the Executive Director of SRD

4

Letter from the President of the Vietnam Union of Science and

5

Technology Associations – VUSTA Remarkable 2014 Stats

8

Sustainable Agriculture:

10

Strengthening capacity building for local livelihoods Climate Change Adaptation – Disaster Risk Reduction: Enhancing capacity and active participation of the community Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT): Building, reinforcing and developing the VNGO-FLEGT network

13

17

Gender: Fostering the progression of gender equality

19

Supporting People with Disabilities: Paving the way to a better life

20

Child Protection: Always responsible, always listening

21

Communications, Research and Advocacy:

22

Cooperating and connecting Organizational Development: Innovative, dynamic, professional

23

Donor list 2014

26

Financial Statements 2014

28

Annual report 2014

3


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF

SRD

2014 was marked with great strides by SRD in all fields of its expertise confirming its position as a leading Vietnamese non-governmental organization which has been recognized as a reputable civil society organization by the Government and Vietnamese society. With a “strive-to-thrive” spirit, SRD’s total budget has reached a record high of $1.7 million funded by international donors. Moreover, we have been actively expanding our project sites and partnership through 13 major projects being implemented across the Northern, Central, and Southern regions of Vietnam. In 2014, SRD undertook a wide range of activities in an aim to strengthen its organizational management and governance. These included, but were not limited to, updating manuals for increased transparency, accountability, and professionalism, improving the management structure by establishing the Board of Trustees which includes two members of the Advisory Board, and developing and implementing a succession plan. In terms of operation and management, these strategic moves not only enabled SRD to reinforce its organizational structure but also enabled its sustainable development in the future.

4

With the above strategic changes, we, at SRD, head into 2015 full of enthusiasm and dynamism and look forward to a year filled with opportunities and challenges. I believe that SRD will continue to both grow in scale and improve in the quality of its activities as it heads towards its 10th anniversary in 2016. I hope to receive more of your support. Please join us in looking forward to this momentous event. As 2014 comes to an end, I would like to extend my sincerest thanks to our donors, international and local partners, and local authorities. As well, to the people in our project sites for their trust and enthusiastic support over the last year. Thank you for standing side by side with SRD in contributing to the sustainable development of rural communities in Vietnam, the goal that we have long been pursuing throughout our strive-to-thrive journey. Best regards!

Vu Thi Bich Hop Executive Director Centre for Sustainable Rural Development (SRD)


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE VIETNAM UNION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATIONS

VUSTA In nearly 10 years of establishment and development, the Centre for Sustainable Rural Development (SRD) has proved itself one of the leading non-governmental organizations in Vietnam. SRD is one of a few organizations that we recommended for, and who successfully received The Certificate of Merit from the Prime Minister on 19 Jan 2015.

SRD has been continuously consolidating its operating system to better meet current requirements. The establishment of its Board of Trustees marked an important milestone in its development and professionalism. Moreover, SRD has been utilizing its inherent advantages to pioneer efforts in new fields such as forest governance and independent forest monitoring.

In the second year of its third 5-year Strategic Plan (2013-2017), SRD has proven to be on the right track. It has earned the trust and support not only from donors, local communities, authorities in project sites, but also from scientific organizations and government agencies. By connecting and establishing nation-wide networks of nongovernmental organizations, SRD has mobilized the participation of civil society organizations in assisting the Government in tackling pressing issues relating to climate change and forest governance. In addition to its support for the local authorities and communities in project sites, SRD has positively contributed to the development of the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA) through capacity building for officials from science and technology associations at the provincial level and VUSTA’s member organizations and through increased cooperation between international and local partners.

On behalf of VUSTA, I would like to warmly praise SRD's numerous achievements. I hope SRD will continue to thrive and strengthen its position as one of the leading NGOs under VUSTA and contribute more towards the socio-economic development of Vietnam.

Prof, Dr. Dang Vu Minh President, Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA)

Annual report 2014

5


ING

* 1 0

Y *

E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

6

ANN I VERS

AR

TH


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Farmers’ joy from a better crop is our source of happiness

Annual report 2014

7


The number of people who took part in community-level campaigns and communication events on forest management and protection, FLEGT, REDD+ and pesticide usage limitation. Most of those activities were implemented by partners and people from local communities who had formerly participated in our communication training activities.

The number of people who took part in training programs on disaster risk management or awareness-raising activities on climate change and disaster risk reduction.

565

The number of people with disabilities who were supported in 2014. SRD’s supporting activities focused on livelihoods improvement, mental and physical health and advocating for the establishment of associations for people with disabilities at different levels.

46 The number of non-governmental organizations across Vietnam that participated in the Network of Vietnamese Non-Governmental Organizations on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance, and Trade (VNGO-FLEGT).

ING

* 1 0

The number of people who were directly supported in developing their livelihoods and market approach skills. SRD encouraged beneficiaries, especially women to take part in community based organizations including livelihood clubs so that they can confidently contribute their voice in the decisionmaking process of their communities.

4526

8

Y *

4300

The number of non-governmental organizations across Vietnam registered as members in the Network of Vietnamese Non-Governmental Organizations and Climate Change (VNGO&CC) by December 2014.

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

3924

111

Sustainable Rural Development

C

The mark of success

ANN I VERS

AR

CO NN

Remarkable 2014 Stats

TH


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Project: Vietnamese NGOs towards

ethnic

community’s

minority

livelihoods

in Northern mountainous areas. Organic vegetables cultivated by applying the piloted closed loop production model with zero waste in Vo Mieu and Tam Thanh communes (Phu Tho province)

Donor:

Manos

Unidas,

Spain

Project: into

Putting

practice:

lessons Scaling

up people’s biodiversity management

for

food

security. Donor: SEARICE Location: Hoa Binh, Yen Bai, Son La, Thanh Hoa, Lao Cai provinces A female farmer conducting varietal experiments on rice plants

Annual report 2014

9


Sustainable Rural Development

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Agriculture

TH

Strengthening capacity building for local livelihoods Sustainable Agriculture is an integral component of SRD's projects in poor and vulnerable communities. SRD’s projects in 2014 continued to focus on increasing the income of farmers, especially women and ethnic minorities, through developing climate change adaptation livelihood models and capacity building for community-based organizations.

The training workshop on business and production planning

SRD is also directing attention to sustainable agroforestry livelihood models which are adapted to the impacts of climate change, as well as towards the application of value chain approaches when implementing the models. Furthermore, we encourage the participation of local people at our project sites and strengthen their decision-making capacity in the socio-economic development of their community.

A participant confidently presenting her family business plan.

increased cooperation and mutual support among local people and reduced their expenses.

Project: Participatory Land Use Management in Thai Nguyen and Phu Tho provinces, phase 2 Donor: Manos Unidas

10

Location: Tram Than and Bao Thanh communes, Phu Ninh district, Phu Tho province; Yen Lac, On Luong and Dong Dat communes, Phu Luong district, Thai Nguyen province


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

A product of herbal plants

Project: Improving livelihoods and healthcare for ethnic minority people via conservation and development of traditional remedies and medicinal plants. Donor: Caritas Australia Location: Bao Ai and Cam An communes, Yen Binh district, Yen Bai province

Annual report 2014

11


ING

* 1 0

Y * AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

In addition to the projects geared towards livelihood improvement, SRD organized communication activities in order to raise awareness of the overuse of highly hazardous pesticides in agriculture. Also, SRD focused on the documentation of good practices and policy advocacy within the framework of our agricultural projects.

One household in Yen Bai province is farming herbal plants.

12

Sustainable Rural Development

C

E

Developing community-based groups is an effective way to strengthen the solidarity of a community. In these groups, locals can acquire new knowledge and skills together in addition to discussing and making personal and household decisions. Among our projects that serve as testaments to fostering groups that act as dynamic agents of change in the lives of locals and their communities are the animal husbandry groups in Phu Tho and Thai Nguyen, the business development cooperatives in Ha Tinh, the farmer's variety selection groups in Hoa Binh, Yen Bai, Son La, Lao Cai and Thanh Hoa, and the herbal plant cultivation groups in Yen Bai.

ANN I VERS

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Agriculture

TH


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

Climate Change Adaptation – Disaster Risk Reduction

TH

Enhancing capacity and active participation of the community SRD is committed to supporting poor and vulnerable communities to reduce the impacts of climate change including the risks of natural disasters on climate change. Our initiatives, once successfully implemented in a community, will be assessed by SRD in order to advocate to the authorities to adopt the models in different communities. Most of our programs on enhancing capacity and promoting the active participation of communities in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction are implemented in

the Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue provinces. In 2014, SRD’s projects focused on improving the natural disaster response capacities and climate change adaptation capacities of vulnerable people. Supporting communities to prepare disaster risk reduction and management plans, improving people’s awareness and emergency response skills, implementing livelihood and climate change adaptation models, and equipping communities with the necessary flood preparedness and response tools are all examples of activities that help us achieve our goals.

The use of biological bedding in pig farming in Can Loc

A training workshop on natural disaster risk reduction

district, Ha Tinh province is cost effective, environmentally

planning for floods.

friendly and adaptive to climate change.

Project: Taking a value chains approach to improving rural livelihoods in the context of natural disasters and climate change in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam.

Donor: Manos Unidas Location: Khanh Loc, Vinh Loc, Vuong Loc communes, Can Loc district, Ha Tinh province.

Annual report 2014

13


Practice of natural disaster preparedness and response in Thua Thien Hue province.

14

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

for Disaster Reduction in Da Nang on 13 Oct 2014.

ING

* 1 0

Y *

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

A communications event celebrating the International Day

ANN I VERS

AR

TH


in

ING

* 1 0

Y *

participating

Sustainable Rural Development

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

C

E

When

CO NN

SRD has also created a wide range of platforms for exchanging experiences and information on natural disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation including church lectures, exchange visits or study tours for project officers and beneficiaries, as well as regional communication events to celebrate the International Day for Disaster Reduction in October 2014.

ANN I VERS

AR

Climate Change Adaptation – Disaster Risk Reduction

TH

We put a strong focus on capacity building for vulnerable groups such as women, children, people with disabilities and the elderly. Especially we enhance the role of women and promote their active participation in natural disaster preparedness and response.

communication

They and many women in other SRD

activities focused on disaster risk reduction

project sites offered a new perspective

and climate change adaptation, women

on the role of women in disaster response.

in the Van Quat Dong village, Huong

Although

Phong commune, Huong Tra town, Thua

vulnerable groups to natural disasters,

Thien Hue province utilized folk music

they

creatively as an effective communication

reducing disaster risk and climate change

tool making their message on climate

impacts in their community.

can

women

are

proactively

one

of

contribute

the to

change adaptation and natural disaster response easier to understand.

Annual report 2014

15


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Strengthening cooperation to support the community In 2014, SRD continued to lead and coordinate activities of the Vietnamese Non-Governmental Organizations and Climate Change (VNGO&CC) Network as the Chair of the Steering Committee. Activities relating to information exchanges and capacity building for members of the Network were implemented effectively. The cooperation among the VNGO&CC Network, the Department of Meteorology, Hydrology and Climate Change (DMHCC) (under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment) and the Climate Change Working Group (CCWG) has been maintained and fostered. A case in point is the research and assessment of climate change adaptation models being implemented in Vietnam from 2009-2014. The outcome of this study is a set of criteria to evaluate climate change adaptation models in Vietnam which is scheduled to be introduced in June 2015.

16

On top of the internal activities of the VNGO&CC Network and joint activities with DMHCC and CCWG, SRD has proven to be a trusted partner of Winrock in the Vietnam Forests and Deltas Program (VFD) funded by USAID. Within the framework of this program, SRD has provided five provinces in the Red River delta and Long An province with technical assistance in reviewing and updating their climate change action plans and helping local communities sustainably improve their livelihoods in the context of climate change.


Sustainable Rural Development

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

C

ING

* 1 0

Y *

CO NN

Governance and Trade (FLEGT)

ANN I VERS

AR

Forest Law Enforcement,

TH

Building, reinforcing and developing the VNGO-FLEGT Network

The central purpose of a Voluntary Partnership Agreement under the FLEGT Action Plan (VPA-FLEGT) between the European Union (EU) and timber-exporting countries outside the EU is to ensure the legal origin of timber and timber products imported by the EU. The agreement helps the timber-exporting countries prevent illegal exploitation by improving their forest governance. Established in January 2012, the VNGO-FLEGT Network has been making significant contributions to important elements of a Vietnamese VPA. The Network has contributed to enhancing capacity and promoting the participation of other stakeholders, especially NGOs and forest dependent communities, in the negotiation process of the VPA.

As the Chair of the Steering Committee of the VNGO-FLEGT Network, SRD has been actively coordinating the development of the role and position of

the Network. It enhances the capacity of the Network’s members in addition to providing important inputs to the negotiation and implementation process of VPA-FLEGT in Vietnam.

Annual report 2014

17


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

A FLEGT communication campaign in Yen Binh district, Yen Bai province.

2014 was marked by SRD’s effort in Network-related activities at national and community levels. At the national level: SRD increased the capacity of the Network’s members through training workshops on a variety of themes. The themes of these workshops included community-based participatory research skills, community outreach, report and policy brief writing skills and independent monitoring in the VPA-FLEGT. Also, as the Chair of the VNGO-FLEGT Network, SRD connected member organizations of the Network and stakeholders through international and national workshops. At the community level: SRD teamed up with member organizations of the VNGO-FLEGT Network to conduct community survey on the capacity to meet the legal requirements of the VPA in the six provinces of Yen Bai, Thai Nguyen, Thanh Hoa, Thua Thien Hue, Binh Dinh and Ba Ria Vung Tau. It also organized communication campaigns at the district level to raise public awareness of the VPA-FLEGT and

18

offered local government officials opportunities to take part in training workshops on participatory LIA research and communication skills. The VNGO-FLEGT Network is expanding and strengthening the structure by developing a strategic plan for the period between 2015-2025 with support from experts. By December 2014, 46 organizations across the North, Central, and South of Vietnam have participated in the VNGO-FLEGT Network. The Steering Committee of the Network in the period between 2015-2017 consists of three organizations: The Centre for Sustainable Rural Development (SRD), the Research Institute for Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Certification (SFMI), and the Consultative and Research Centre on Natural Resource Management (CORENARM).


Sustainable Rural Development

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

CO NN

Gender

TH

Fostering the progression of gender equality

SRD is striving to become a genderresponsive organization internally, in our community-level programs and in advocacy coalitions for gender equality.

In 2014, SRD continued to focus on promoting gender equality in communities that it worked with, including ethnic minority groups, people with disabilities, poor landless farmers, vulnerable groups frequently affected by natural disasters and climate change, women and girls. SRD’s gender mainstreaming aims to ensure that both women and men at the management and staff levels of SRD and in our targeted groups at project level have fair access to all resources in order to enhance their capacities and obtain equal benefits.

A workshop on strengthening gender mainstreaming, child protection and governance into SRD’s programs in September 2014.

Annual report 2014

19


2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

Supporting People with Disabilities

TH

Paving the way to a better life In 2014, SRD provided practical support for People with Disabilities (PwD) including: Organizing vocational workshops for PwD. Assisting PwD in implementing livelihood models suitable to their health and financial conditions. Improving the physical and mental health of PwD by providing home health check-up services and emergency medical assistance.

Supporting People with Disabilities (PwD) is a cross-cutting issue integrated into all of SRD’s projects. We strive to ensure the participation of PwD in our project activities. SRD also implements some projects that specifically support those affected by disabilities in the three tenets of livelihood, physical and mental health improvement.

Organizing community events for PwD on International Children’s Day and International Day of People with Disabilities. Maintaining communal clubs of PwD, where PwD and their caregivers help each other overcome difficulties and build their confidence in daily life. In 2014, the "Supporting people with disabilities in Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province" project actively advocated for the establishment of a provincial association of PwDs. Moreover, thanks to the project’s interventions, Gio Linh was selected among 4 districts in Quang Tri to pilot an advocacy board which will lead to establishing PwD associations at commune and district levels.

Project:

Supporting

people

with disabilities in Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province. Donor: Caritas Australia Location: Gio My, Gio Hai communes and Gio Linh town.

Thanks to physical therapists and orthopedists provided by the project, the son of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Lac (in Phuoc Thi village, Gio My commune, Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province)

is

communicate

now

able

better

to with

other people and use his feet instead of his hands to play with toys.

20


Sustainable Rural Development

AR

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

CO NN

Child Protection

TH

Always responsible, always listening Child protection is a recent field of SRD. We developed our child protection policy in 2013 and started to implement this policy in the framework of our project activities in 2014. This policy applies to all employees, volunteers, experts employed on a temporary basis and local partners.

In 2014, with financial support from Caritas Australia, SRD’s child protection policy was developed and integrated into its organizational manuals as well as its project activities at the community level. SRD’s child protection policy provides the codes of conduct to manage potential risks that children

or people working with children may be exposed to by sharing and updating child protection policies, raising staff’s awareness of child rights-related issues, ensuring that people who work with or work on behalf of SRD such as consultants, experts and trainers understand the policy and sign the code of conduct, as well as taking child protection aspect in the recruitment process.

Annual report 2014

21


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

Communications, Research and Advocacy

TH

Cooperating and Connecting In 2014, SRD continued to cooperate with government agencies in conducting research related to climate change, forest governance, sustainable agriculture, etc. with the aim of identifying gaps in current policies, providing input to policy development and improvement.

This study tour included sharing experiences between farmers in the Vietnam Forests and Deltas project and other SRD projects.

In addition to community-level research and policy advocacy, SRD conducted communication activities which aimed at disseminating positive impacts of our projects and changing perceptions and behaviour of local people and local authorities on issues relating to forest protection, PFES, FLEGT, REDD+ and natural disaster risk reduction.

Program: Vietnam Forests and Deltas. Donor: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Location: Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An and Long An provinces

Church lectures on environmental protection and climate change adaptation organized in the parishes of Lieu De and Kien Lao.

22


ANN I VERS

E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

TH

AR

Organizational Development Innovative, dynamic, professional In 2014, with the support of independent consultants, the Board of Directors, the Advisory Board and all staff participated in a two-day workshop discussing the establishment of a Board of Trustees and succession plan for key positions

at SRD. At the workshop, five members of the Board of Trustees were selected. Among them, two were Advisory Board members and the other three are founding members of SRD.

Members of SRD’s Board of Trustees

Annual report 2014

23


SUSTAINABLE

AGRICULTURE

MANAGER

PROGRAM OFFICER

PROGRAM ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER INTERN

CENTRAL

PROGRAM

MANAGER

PROGRAM OFFICER

PROGRAM ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER INTERN

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

PROGRAM ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER INTERN

PROGRAM OFFICER

MANAGER

FLEGT

PROGRAM ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER INTERN

PROGRAM OFFICER

COMMUNICATION OFFICER

COMS ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER INTERN

CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGER

COMMUNICATION MANAGER

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

VUSTA

HR OFFICER

ADMIN OFFICER

COOK/ DRIVER/ GUARD VOLUNTEER INTERN

ACCOUNTANT

DEPUTY DIRECTOR/ CHIEF ACCOUNTANT

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART AFTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES ESTABLISHED

Sustainable Rural Development

ING

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S AR

* 1 0

Y *

E

24

AR

CO NN

C

TH ANN I VERS


2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

PROJECT AND NETWORK MAP

Ha Giang Vinh Phuc

Cao Bang Bac Kan

Lao Cai

Thai Nguyen Ha Noi Bac Ninh Yen Bai

VUSTA

Quang Ninh

Son La

Hai Phong Phu Tho

Thai Binh Nam Dinh

Hoa Binh Thanh Hoa

Quang Binh

Nghe An

Quang Tri

Ha Tinh

Hoàng Sa

Hoang Sa

Thua Thien Hue

Da Nang

Kon Tum

Quang Nam Dak Lak Lam Dong

Binh Dinh Thừa Thiên Huế

Binh Duong Ho Chi Minh

Ninh Thuan

Long An Dong Thap

Vung Tau

An Giang

Ben Tre

Phu Quoc

Lâm Đồng

Trường Sa

Vinh Long Tra Vinh

Can Tho Hau Giang

Kien Giang | BÁO CÁO THƯỜNG NIÊN 2013

Truong Sa

Ca Mau

Con Dao

Project sites Networks sites Net work’s activity sites

Annual report 2014

25


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

DONOR LIST 2014 Donor and Dona�n� �artner

Country

Manos Unidas

Spain

Caritas Australia

Australia

Care International

Denmark

Southeast Asia Regional Initiatives for Community Empowerment (SEARICE)

Philippines

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Australia

The Department for International Development (DFID)

United Kingdom

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

United Nations

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

United States

FERN

Belgium

Forest Trend

United States

Winrock International

United States

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)

Thailand

Pesticide Action Network, Asia and the Pacific (PANAP)

Malaysia

26


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Improving people’s livelihood is our passion

Annual report 2014

27


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

Financial Statements Income and expenditure Fiscal year ended on Dec 31st, 2014

Unit: USD 2014

2013

1,449,383

965,026

Interest income

16,440

23,085

Exchange loss

3,693

10,772

Sundry Income

1,232

117

208,460

83,588

1,679,208

1,082,588

Programme Expenditure

1,549,705

1,084,129

Indirect Overhead Costs

88,505

79,198

1,638,210

1,163,327

ITEMS

INCOME Donor funding during the year

Administration cost from projects

Total Income

FIELD EXPENDITURE

Total expenditure

SURPLUS (DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR The above figures were audited by AFC Audit Viet Nam Company Ltd.

28

40,998

(80,739)

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH


2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

E

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Balance sheet Fiscal year ended on Dec 31st, 2014

Unit: USD

ITEMS

31/12/2014

1/1/2014

I

Cash

927,617

847,689

1

Cash on hand

4,705

5,225

Vietnam dong

1,157

1,007

Foreign currency

3,548

4,148

Cash in bank

922,912

842,464

Vietnam dong

748,951

429,068

Foreign currency

173,961

413,396

15,003

4,498

2

II

Short-term investments

1

Short-term investments

III

Receivables

1

Receivables from donor

7,219

3,998

2

Receivables from staff

5,111

500

3

Other receivables

2,673

IV

Inventories

1

Tools, Equipment

V

Other current assets

1

Short - term prepaid expenses

Annual report 2014

29


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

VI

Fixed assets

38,810

44,204

1

Tangible fixed assets

35,475

39,122

Original cost

73,369

63,407

(37,894)

(24,285)

Intangible fixed assets

3,335

5,082

Original cost

8,338

8,471

(5,003)

(3,388)

981,430

896,391

31/12/2014

1/1/2014

118,832

107,082

9,275

10,844

95,348

86,643

847

(3,978)

13,362

13,574

862,598

789,309

Accumulated depreciation 2

Accumulated depreciation VII

Long - term investments

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES

30

I

Short - term borrowings

1

Sundry payable

2

Payable to employees

3

Other payable to employees

4

Other payable taxes

5

Other payable

II

Budget sources

1

Advanced budget

2

Realisation of exchange rate

3

Reserves fund

280,729

249,264

4

Administrative funds

225,458

53,017

5

Projects funds

317,600

442,824

6

Resources of fixed asset

38,811

44,204

TOTAL LIABILITIES

981,430

896,391

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Thanks to our strive-to-thrive mentality, 2014 has been a successful year for SRD. Heading into 2015, the whole team at SRD has committed itself to delivering our mission more effectively for the sustainable development of rural communities in Vietnam and for the livelihoods of people living in all parts of the country. SRD is looking forward to continuing our remarkable success in 2015. We are gearing up for the 10th anniversary celebration in 2016, an important milestone on our journey of Connecting and Sharing.

Written by: Communications team SRD SRD staff Edited by: HONG DUC PUBLSHING HOUSE

MS. VU THI BICH HOP

Photos by: SRD

Responsible publisher Manager

Print 500 the book , Suffering : 19 x 26 cm

BUI VIET BAC

Number of registered plan published:

Responsible for content

published by decision of:

Editor Manager

Print 2015 finished deposited

LY BA TOAN

Code ISBN:

Editor

Design & Printing Co., LTD Commercial & Advertising Orient

NGUYEN KHAC OANH

Address : No.8, Lane 281 Tran Khat Chan, Thanh Nhan Ward, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi

Annual report 2014

31


E

2006 -2016 H TI NG AND S

The Centre for Sustainable Rural Development - SRD

Address: # 56, Lane 19/9, Kim Dong Street, Hoang Mai, Hanoi Tel: 04 39436676 / Fax: 04 39436449 Email: info@srd.org.vn / Website: www.srd.org.vn

AR

CO NN

Sustainable Rural Development

C

ING

Y *

* 1 0

ANN I VERS

AR

TH

Srd annual report 2014  
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you