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PLANETE ENFANTS & DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS
Distribution of resources in 2022
In 2022, our resources have increased by 17% compared with 2021, with a total of €4,163,242. 60% of our donations and grants come from public funds and 40% from private funds.
Our funding structure remains stable between public and private funds. The share of funding from the European Union is increasing, with the launch of a new project to combat child exploitation and trafficking in Vietnam, as well as ongoing projects in Cambodia and Burkina Faso.
Donations from individuals increased thanks to our generosity evenings. These have offset the drop in regular donations. The development of public generosity is essential to the growth of PE&D's associative funds.
These own funds constitute our treasury and are essential to finance unforeseen events, activities on our projects and to realize investments. They give us the autonomy that is essential to any civil society organization.
Job breakdown in 2022
The year 2022 is marked by a 15% increase in operating expenses: +15.4% for social mission expenses and +12.4% for operating and resource development expenses.
PE&D has not incurred any new operating expenses in 2022. The apparent increase in these expenses results from the valuation in the accounts of skills sponsorship and voluntary work, i.e. staff made available free of charge to the association.
The growth in resource development and communication expenses is the result of the creation of a philanthropy officer position to grow resources with Major Donors.
The share devoted to education and early childhood development remains in the majority, in line with the objectives of the Early Childhood Program Agreement supported by AFD and launched in August 2020.
However, all of our intervention themes continue to be implemented in the various countries, such as support for families in great difficulty in our 4 main intervention countries, professional integration for women, particularly in Burkina Faso, and the fight against violence in Vietnam and Nepal.