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ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF-USA

2012 Annual Report & Financials

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF-USA 2012 Annual Report & Financials

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL

Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children while helping

vulnerable communities become self-sufficient. Action Against Hunger-USA is a member of ACF International, whose humanitarian programs directly assisted some 7.3 million people in 2012, along with countless others through capacity building programs in collaboration with government ministries. Committed to principled humanitarian efforts, Action Against Hunger is a recognized leader in the fight against childhood malnutrition.

INDEPENDENT CHARITY EVALUATIONS

   

INDEPENDENT

 

CHARITIES

 

CHARITY

BETTER BUSINESS ACF meets all 20 of OF AMERICA NAVIGATOR

BETTER BUSINESS

ACF meets all 20 of

BETTER BUSINESS ACF meets all 20 of OF AMERICA NAVIGATOR

OF AMERICA

NAVIGATOR

BUREAU

ACF proudly bears

BUREAU ACF proudly bears ACF’s four-star

ACF’s four-star

the BBB’s rigorous accountability standards.

the “Best in America” seal of approval from Independent Charities of America.

rating (seven years running) is a distinction only 2% of NGOs achieve.

GUIDESTAR PHILANTHROPEDIA CHARITYWATCH

GUIDESTAR

GUIDESTAR PHILANTHROPEDIA CHARITYWATCH

PHILANTHROPEDIA

GUIDESTAR PHILANTHROPEDIA CHARITYWATCH

CHARITYWATCH

ACF is listed as a

nonprofit.

ACF was named a

ACF is a “top-rated

“Best in America”

2012 “Top Nonprofit” in emergency response.

hunger organization” with an “A” rating.

ORGANIZATIONAL FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

TOTAL EXPENSES FOR 2012
TOTAL EXPENSES
FOR 2012
  • 91 %

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children
ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children

Program implementation ▪ support service ▪ technical oversight ▪ monitoring & evaluation

%

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children
  • 6 Payroll ▪ rent & utilities ▪ office equipment & supplies ▪ professional services & fees

%

  • 3 Private donor solicitation ▪ engagement & cultivation ▪ outreach & marketing ▪ printing & postage

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children

For more information: www.actionagainsthunger.org/financials

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF INTERNATIONAL Action Against Hunger saves the lives of severely malnourished children

WELCOME

WELCOME TO OUR 2012 ANNUAL REPORT! IT’S BEEN A TREMENDOUS YEAR AND I’VE BEEN NOTHING SHORT OF ASTOUNDED BY THE REACH AND QUALITY OF ACTION AGAINST HUNGER’S LIFESAVING PROGRAMS OVER THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS.

MOVING FORWARD, WE WILL BUILD ON OUR EXPERIENCES TO CONFRONT THE MOST SERIOUS CHALLENGE OF OUR TIME: ELIMINATING THE INJUSTICE OF GLOBAL HUNGER.

As an organization with a rare commitment to communities affected by hunger, we directly assisted some 7.3 million people last year, along with countless others through our efforts to build local capacity and strengthen national health systems worldwide.

We were confronted with a number of humanitarian challenges in 2012, from food shortages across Africa’s western Sahel, political tensions in the new nation of South Sudan, and displaced communities faced with extreme hardship across Pakistan and D.R. Congo. All in all, the need for humanitarian assistance only increased in 2012, and Action Against Hunger was once again on the frontlines, working with the most vulnerable to restore self-sufficiency.

The crisis that unfolded across Africa’s western Sahel was particularly worrisome, with severe food shortages and drought crippling entire communities and leaving more than 18 million people in need of urgent assistance. With our long-standing presence across the region— in Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Chad, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso— our teams were able to mount emergency response efforts that provided over 1,275,000 people with vital access to clean water, emergency rations, nutritional care, and lifesaving therapeutic treatment for tens of thousands of severely malnourished children.

Moving forward, we will build on our experiences in large-scale emergencies, like the one that affected the western Sahel. Our agency is committed to responding whenever and wherever disasters strike, to reaching far greater numbers of at-risk children, and to confronting the most serious challenge of our time: eliminating the injustice of global hunger.

All our best, and happy reading! MATT AUBRY Director of External Relations
All our best, and happy reading!
MATT AUBRY
Director of External Relations

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ACF INTERNATIONAL OUR IMPACT WORLDWIDE LEBANON: 20,300 people received HAITI: water services 424,903 livelihoods restored SAHEL
ACF INTERNATIONAL
OUR IMPACT WORLDWIDE
LEBANON:
20,300
people received
HAITI:
water services
424,903
livelihoods restored
SAHEL REGION:
85,000
GUATEMALA:
18,127
children treated
for malnutrition
during food crisis
Action Against Hunger has been
on the frontlines throughout 2012,
providing lifesaving assistance while
restoring dignity, independence and self-
sufficiency to millions of people in more
livelihoods restored
COLOMBIA:
56,834
people received
than 40 countries. Here’s a glimpse of
what we’ve accomplished in 2012.
water services
ACF International Program Countries
Select Country Program Highlights
A GUIDE TO OUR PROGRAMS:
  • Diagnosing, treating and preventing deadly malnutrition.

Nutrition

  • Tackling the root causes of hunger: problems of production, access, and income.

Food Security and Livelihoods

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Providing access to clean water and promoting safe sanitation and hygiene practices.

  • Delivering lifesaving solutions during conflicts, severe food crises, or natural disasters.

Emergency Response

PAKISTAN 167,096 people received nutritional support SOUTH SUDAN: 259,123 PHILIPPINES: people received nutritional support 265,854 people
PAKISTAN
167,096
people received
nutritional support
SOUTH SUDAN:
259,123
PHILIPPINES:
people received
nutritional support
265,854
people received
water services
D.R. CONGO:
145,812
livelihoods restored
ACF INTERNATIONAL
OUR IMPACT BY PROGRAM

Total People Served in 2012: 7.3 million*
1.2 million

People treated for malnutrition and illness

  • People accessed safe water and sanitation

    • 3.7 million

    • 2.4 million

  • People gained economic self-sufficiency

  • *Total number counts those we help through multiple programs as one beneficiary. Some beneficiaries participate in multiple programs.

    Building Capacity in

    NIGERIA

    Nigeria has the third largest number of malnutrition cases in the world—more than one million children suffer from malnutrition. Action Against Hunger is helping national agencies and local communities build capacity to treat deadly malnutrition. In our second year of operation in Nigeria, we trained some 1,000 public health workers and equipped and supported 200 health centers, ensuring that 12,000 severely malnourished people received lifesaving care. We also responded to emergencies: when a food crisis swept through the Sahel region in 2011 and 2012, we assisted tens of thousands of Nigerians.

    Photo: ACF-Nigeria, E. A. Menafudi

    Child Malnutrition: 26.7% People Served in 2012: 49,520

    • 29,468
      People received nutritional support

    • 20,052
      People accessed safe water and sanitation

    Photo: ACF-DRC, M. Whitney

    Tackling Deadly Hunger in

    D.R. CONGO

    A nation reeling from decades of conflict, the Democratic Republic of the Congo experiences routine outbreaks of severe malnutrition that threaten tens of thousands of lives. Action Against Hunger has worked in D.R. Congo since 1997 to treat and prevent malnutrition, and strengthen the country’s capacity to tackle hunger. In 2012 alone, Action Against Hunger continued its efforts, treating more than 47,000 children from deadly hunger, and providing more than 6,000 other people with lifesaving care. Action Against Hunger also helped more than 145,000 people generate income and diversify their diets.

    Child Malnutrition: 28.2% People Served in 2012: 364,854

    • 54,028
      People received nutritional support

    • People accessed safe water and sanitation

    165,014

    • People gained economic self-sufficiency

    145,812

    Continuing Crisis Response in

    KENYA

    In the Horn of Africa, a food crisis in 2011 severely endangered the lives and livelihoods of some 3.75 million Kenyans who were still recovering in 2012. Action Against Hunger continued its response to the ongoing crisis, treating more than 24,000 people for deadly acute malnutrition and helping nearly 85,000 access lifesaving care. Action Against Hunger also helped more than 200,000 people access clean water and improve hygiene practices. In addition to emergency response, Action Against Hunger is building the Kenyan government’s long-term capacity to treat malnutrition.

    Photo: ACF-Kenya

    Child Malnutrition: 16.4% People Served in 2012: 337,823

    • People received nutritional support

    109,862

    • 202,239
      People accessed safe water and sanitation

    • 25,722
      People gained economic self-sufficiency

    Photo: ACF-South Sudan, J. Seagle/Counterpart Images

    Overcoming Challenges in

    SOUTH SUDAN

    For more than twenty years, Action Against Hunger has worked with vulnerable populations in Sudan’s South, responding to the region’s high malnutrition rates, lack of clean water, and chronic food insecurity. A year after claiming independence, the Republic of South Sudan still faces challenges exascerbated by natural disasters, food shortages, and tensions with Sudan. In 2012 alone, Action Against Hunger treated some 30,000 severely malnourished people while helping another 200,000 access lifesaving care; provided more than 145,000 people with access to clean water and sanitation; and helped more than 60,000 people improve their livelihoods.

    Child Malnutrition: 37.9% People Served in 2012: 466,598

    • 259,123
      People received nutritional support

    • People accessed safe water and sanitation

    145,523

    • 61,952
      People gained economic self-sufficiency

    ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF-USA

    Action Against Hunger’s financial information is professionally audited by independent third-party assessors and approved by the Board of Trustees. Action Against Hunger is committed to a policy of transparency and disclosure by ensuring that key financial information is publicly available with guarantees of good management. Visit actionagainsthunger.org/financials for a full audited financial statement.

    ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF-USA Action Against Hunger’s financial information is professionally audited by independent third-party

    THILO SEMMELBAUER

    Treasurer, ACF-USA Board of Directors

    STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

    ASSETS

    Current Assets

     

    2012

    2011

    Cash and Cash Equivalents

       

    Headquarters

    $2,810,488

    $5,305,056

    Field Of ces

    $1,276,043

    $529,899

    Total Cash and Cash Equivalents

    $4,086,531

    $5,834,955

    Grants Receivable

    $27,865,777

    $23,073,043

    Travel Advances and Other Receivables

    $1,141,051

    $761,475

    Prepaid Expenses

    $76,252

    $65,609

    Program Advances to Network

    $1,007,844

    $1,934,089

    Total Current Assets

    $34,177,455

    $31,669,171

    Furniture, Equipment, Vehicles and Leasehold Improvements, Net

    $335,238

    $257,720

    Other Assets

       

    Grants Receivable, net of current portion

    $9,887,069

    $1,933,000

    Deposits

    $61,463

    $61,076

    Total Other Assets

    $9,948,532

    $1,994,076

    Total Assets

    $44,461,225

    $33,920,967

    LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

    Current Liabilities

     

    2012

    2011

    Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses

    $1,062,941

    $1,379,963

    Provision for Unanticipated Losses

    $647,745

    $735,000

    Due to Network

    $1,422,926

    $1,852,127

    Total Current Liabilities

    $3,133,612

    $3,967,090

    Net Assets

       

    Unrestricted:

       

    Undesignated

    $2,904,122

    $3,567,415

    Designated

    $203,000

    $200,000

    Total Unrestricted Net Assets

    $3,107,122

    $3,767,415

    Temporarily Restricted

    $38,220,491

    $26,186,462

    Total Net Assets

    $41,327,613

    $29,953,877

    Total Liabilities and Net Assets

    $44,461,225

    $33,920,967

    ACTION AGAINST HUNGER | ACF-USA

    STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

    REVENUE

    Revenue and Support

    Contributions

    Grants:

    U.S. Government

    Non-U.S. Government

    In-Kind Contributions

    Interest

    Other

    Net assets released from donor restrictions

    TOTAL

    Unrestricted

    Temporarily Restricted

    Total

    $4,058,022

    $7,933

    $4,065,955

         

    —–

    $6,800,592

    $6,800,592

    —–

    $49,288,003

    $49,288,003*

    $3,392,103

    —–

    $3,392,103

    $2,700

    —–

    $2,700

    $672,123

    —–

    $672,123

    $42,792,765

    ($42,792,765)

    —–

    $50,917,713

    $13,303,763

    $64,221,476

    Some funds relate to multi-year grants. *$1,726,469 comes from private sources.

    EXPENSES TOTAL EXPENSES: $51,775,431
    EXPENSES
    TOTAL EXPENSES:
    $51,775,431

    How We Used Our Resources

    • 85 %

      • 6 %

    Program Services: $44,106,036 (see graph below for details) Program Support: $3,171,711

    • 6 %

    • 2 %

      • 1 %

    Management and General: $3,014,195 Fundraising: $1,114,253 In-Kind Administrative and Creative Services: $369,236

    TOTAL PROGRAM SERVICES: $44,106,036
    TOTAL
    PROGRAM SERVICES:
    $44,106,036

    Where We Used Our Resources

    • 27 %

    • 21 %

    D.R. Congo: $11,868,851 Pakistan: $9,254,692

    • 16 %

    • 14 %

    South Sudan: $7,147,202 Kenya: $6,079,363

    11

    %

    Uganda: $4,639,691

    6

    %

    Nigeria: $2,702,047

    %

    • 4 Other ACF Country Programs: $1,900,018

    %

    • 1 Other Field Strategic Programs*: $487,172 *Includes Cambodia Exploratory Mission

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    RAYMOND DEBBANE, President

    The Invus Group, LLC

    ALEXIS AZRIA

    Writer

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    The Boston Consulting Group

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    Enriquez-Bocobo Constructs

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    BURTON K. HAIMES, Chairman Emeritus

    Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

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    Rothschild, Inc.

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    Ketty Maisonrouge & Company, Inc.

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    Fax: +1 212.967.5480

    LUIS MANUEL GARCIA

    info@actionagainsthunger.org

    Director of Finance

    www.actionagainsthunger.org

    ANDREA TAMBURINI

    Director of Operations

    KATHRYN ANDERSEN

    Director of Human Resources

    MATT AUBRY

    Director of External Relations

    ROBERT KELTY

    Global Campaign Director

    SILKE PIETZSCH

    Technical Director

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    Makai Productions

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    The Institute of Culinary

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    Education (ICE)

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    Rothschild, Inc.

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    Crédit Suisse

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    Agriculture & Food Policy

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    Tel: +1 212.967.7800

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    Cover photo: ACF-Niger, S. Hauenstein-Swan