The Network’s key figures in 2015
16.8 million euros raised
43,600 sponsors and donors
82 projects in 21 countries
81% allocated to the social mission
61% of donations from the general public
1.6 million persons covered
Certified accounts and an external audit
Aide et Action International relies on strict internal control procedures to ensure rigorous management.
Its accounts and those of the Network’s member entities are audited by the international network of Ernst & Young or by a locally renowned third-party firm.
Receipts and Expenditures
In 2014, public generosity donations accounted for 75% of our resources as against 66% in 2013.
In 2014, Aide et Action devoted 15.2 M€ to its social mission activities, i.e. 80% of the total use of funds.
Up to 70% of the funds used were funded by the general public's generosity, distributed as follows: 54% in Africa, 11% in South East Asia and China, 10% for international support, 9% in South Asia, 8% in Latin America and Caribbean, 7% in France and 2% in Switzerland.
Pooling of resources
A founding principle of Aide et Action International that guarantees solidarity among all its members, the pooling of resources is also applicable to financial resources raised by the AIDE ET ACTION Network.
With the exception of funds allocated to specific projects by donors, these resources are assigned to projects and regions in accordance with the priorities identified.