NETZ 2021 at a glance provides a quick overview and can be passed on to interested parties.
Annual Report 2022 - Activities & Finances
In our annual report we present the work of NETZ in Bangladesh, India and Germany. We describe what we have achieved. We show how we work. The German Central Institute for Social Issues (DZI) certifies NETZ among other things low advertising and administrative expenses.
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NETZ Highlights 2021
80,604 people secure their food and stand up for their rights.
20,933 women generate their own income.
9,355 women continue their education on agriculture, disaster prevention, women's rights and finance and apply their knowledge in everyday life.Climate-Resilient Livelihoods
Inclusive quality education
515 elementary schools were supported by NETZ in 2022.
65,499 girls and boys have attended pre-primary and primary education.
9,417 children successfully completed elementary school and are attending secondary school.Inclusive quality education
Equal human rights
48,686 people entitled to social benefits now receive social benefits that were previously denied to them.
21,000 volunteer human rights defenders protect people in their communities against injustice and violence.
5,520 students at 184 secondary schools promote the rights of girls and women in Student Forums.Equal human rights
Solidarity especially in times of crisis
In 2022, the actions of the many committed people of NETZ were under the sign of a climate-friendly future - with corresponding solidarity actions, educational events and lectures. The digital Bangladesh convention asked: "Climate makes injustice - How does solidarity work in the crisis?".Activism and global learning
NETZ's total income in 2022 was around 7.2 million euros. NETZ financed its work mainly from donations and membership fees (671,664 euros), government grants (5.7 million euros), and grants from church (453,260 euros) and private (352,280 euros) institutions.
5.9 million euros - 92% of total expenditures in 2022 - was allocated by NETZ to development cooperation with Bangladesh and India. 1.8 % of NETZ's expenditures in 2022 went to the work area of global learning and international understanding, 6 % to transparency, advertising and association work.
Contents from the NETZ Annual Report 2022
You can find out about the figures and focus of our work in 2022 here:
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This is Dr. Max Stille, Executive Director of NETZ. Thank you for your interest in NETZ.