Figures & impact
Do you ever wonder what Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium does with your donation? We attach great importance to transparency. We are happy to honestly explain how we spend the money you donate. And what the positive impact of your contribution is.
The impact of your donation
With your support, deprived but entrepreneurial livestock farmers in Africa can themselves overcome poverty. Thanks to animals, training, materials and animal healthcare, they can provide enough food for themselves and for the market.
FIGURES OF 2016
In 2016, our local private veterinarians and community animal health workers vaccinated no less than 7,168,340 animals.
In 2016 we received 9.8 million euros. We invested this money in a better life for African livestock farmers and veterinarians.
Private donations and legacies accounted for over 1 million euros or 12% of our total revenue. These donations are essential to receive grants from governments and institutions.
Subsidies took care of 83% of our total revenue.
We sent 8.3 million euros or 87% of our revenue to the field.
We used 3% of our revenue for development education, awareness raising and advocacy in Belgium.
10% of our revenue went to staff, information and fundraising at our headquarters. These are essential expenses for performing our mission.
9.8 MILLION EUROS
1.2 million euros private donations
Grants from governments and institutions
8.3 million euros went to the field
Expenditures for development education, awareness raising and advocacy
Expenditures for staff, information and fundraising
The Belgian Association for Ethics in Fundraising (VEF-AERF) checks every year whether we ethically deal with donors and their donations. The Belgian government also checks regularly how we spent our money and whether we can issue tax certificates. Rest assured, we are allowed to do so. As a donor living in Belgium, you receive a tax certificate for donations starting from 40 euros on an annual basis. A token of confidence, even if we say so ourselves.
Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium endorses the ethics code of VEF-AERF. You have a right to information. This means that donors, volunteers and employees are at least annually informed of what has been done with the acquired funds.
Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium receives support from various local, regional, national and international financial partners. You can find the most important ones here.