2014 Growth

A significant income growth in 2014 allowed War Child to reach more people than ever previously recorded. 2014 also saw a programs in key countries such as Afghanistan and Darfur deepen and become more holistic, covering multiple pillars and addressing a wide range of needs.

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2015 Growth

The remarkable growth experienced in 2015 reflects War Child’s focus on multi-year, holistic programming in countries such as Afghanistan, Sudan and South Sudan. The historic refugee crisis in 2015 represented new and daunting challenges in many program regions.

% increase in revenue since 2013.

2016 Growth

As War Child's revenue continued to grow in 2016, its programs reach expanded and deepened, with over 550,000 people benefiting. As the troubles in the Middle East showed few signs of abating, War Child opened a new program area in the Kurdish region of Northern Iraq.

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War Child is committed to improving the lives of war-affected children around the world. We aim to do this as efficiently as possible and to remain accountable to our donors, supporters and the communities we work with.

For this reason, we publish these key policies that govern and instruct our work.

Annual Reports

Protecting Childhood Begins Here

The generosity of our donors allows War Child to continue protecting children and providing war-affected communities with the educational, vocational and legal resources they need to find long-term solutions. We thank you in advance for your support.