Our Annual Report is out!
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve in ways that are still difficult to predict, let’s take a moment to focus on Cartier Philanthropy’s achievements over the past 12 months, presented in the freshly-published Annual Report.
This year’s report comes in a new digital format that we hope you’ll enjoy, detailing the foundation’s year-round work of identifying and funding highly-effective non-profit organisations whose interventions generate verifiable improvements in the lives of the most vulnerable.
As usual, it guides you through the results achieved around the world, the new partners and programmes added to the portfolio and the many programmes that have been renewed because they’ve demonstrated that their solutions work and have the potential to improve people’s lives through accessible primary services, relevant skills, a dignified income or sustained financial security.
Seven bold and compassionate partner organisations joined our portfolio last year.
The newly-digital report makes it easy to dive deep into their work and discover how they are, for example, improving access to healthcare in Zambia (Healthy Learners), helping girls complete secondary school in Bangladesh and Cambodia (Room to Read), empowering community health workers in Mali (Muso) and helping Syrian refugee children in Lebanon get back to school (IECD).
Whether providing rural communities in Ghana with safe drinking water (Saha Global) or installing hygienic toilets in Haiti (SOIL), we’re sure their commitment and work will inspire you and leave you feeling more optimistic about the future.
Cartier Philanthropy strives to fund impactful programmes that are able to concretely improve the lives of the people they serve.
- 9,200 people in the fishing communities of western Uganda increased their access to safe drinking water and hygienic toilets from 51% to 89% to deal with cholera outbreaks
- 35,000 children at 60 primary schools in South Senegal gained access to medical care for prevention and treatment of childhood diseases and surgical interventions
- 390,000 Rwandan farmers grew their income by an average of $120 per year (the country average annual income is $550), resulting in better living conditions for more than two million people
- 140,000 Rohingya refugees benefited from access to quality health services in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camps in Bangladesh.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. For more information, you just have to click here.