CEO Dominic MacSorley with local and overseas staff in CAR. Photo: Kieran McConville.CEO Dominic MacSorley with local and overseas staff in CAR. Photo: Kieran McConville.CEO Dominic MacSorley with local and overseas staff in CAR. Photo: Kieran McConville.

Institutional donors

Institutional donors

We are proud and grateful to receive funding from a diverse group of government agencies, private donors and major trusts. This allows us to respond quickly in the event of an emergency and to expand the reach and scope of our development programmes.

Some of our current institutional donors include the European Union, the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations Department (ECHO), Irish Aid, Department for International Development (UK) and USAID.

To see a full list of all current EU/ECHO projects, click the link below.

Institutions supporting our work

European Union (EU)

Somaliland emergency response team, supported by the EU, conducting food distribution. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

The European Union supports our long-term development work in a range of sectors such as livelihoods, health, nutrition, water, sanitation, and hygiene. A list of Concern’s projects currently funded and co-funded by the European Union is attached at the link above.

Somaliland emergency response team, supported by the EU, conducting food distribution. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations Department (ECHO)

Irish Aid

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (U.K)

USAID

Albert Mukalay, a Concern Hygiene Promoter in Tanganiyka province. Photo: Kieran McConville / Concern Worldwide.
Albert Mukalay, a Concern Hygiene Promoter in Tanganiyka province. Photo: Kieran McConville / Concern Worldwide.
Irish Aid and Concern Worldwide provide emergency aid to Somalia. Photo: Mohamed Abdiwahab / Concern Worldwide.
Irish Aid and Concern Worldwide provide emergency aid to Somalia. Photo: Mohamed Abdiwahab / Concern Worldwide.
*Aaden is a Nutrition Nurse with Concern's South Sudan partner, Nile Hope. Photo: Concern Worldwide.
*Aaden is a Nutrition Nurse with Concern's South Sudan partner, Nile Hope. Photo: Concern Worldwide.
Pascal Louissant, Concern Haiti, walks through Cité Soleil with members of a local "Foundation". Photo: Concern Worldwide.
Pascal Louissant, Concern Haiti, walks through Cité Soleil with members of a local "Foundation". Photo: Concern Worldwide.

Our impact in 2020

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17.9 M

people reached through our emergency response

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9.2 M

people reached through our health interventions

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4.3 M

people reached through our livelihoods programmes

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