Sustainable change requiers financial support
The Liliane Foundation has been able to rely on broad financial support in the Netherlands for years. Approximately 70% of our income comes from individual donors. For the development and implementation of themed programmes we worked closely with businesses, foundations, the government and equity funds. A selection:
|Nationale Postcode Loterij
Since 2000, the Liliane Foundation has been one of the permanent beneficiaries of the Nationale Postcode Loterij. With the annual contribution, that amounted to €1.35 million in 2021, we can support over 10.000 children. Also, Nationale Postcode Loterij helps financing special projects. An example is a project for the safety of children with Albinism in Tanzania, where the Liliane Foundation and Human Rights Watch joined together.
Thanks to the AFAS Foundation, we are elevating rehabilitation care to a higher level in Cameroon with the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Service (CBCHS) through the Care Compass project. Together, we guarantee high-quality rehabilitation care for people with a disability, especially children. Read more
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The five-year programme (2021-2025) Make Way programme is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We work together with Wemos, VSO, Akina Mama wa Africa, Forum for African Women Educationalists, and the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians Kenya. The aim of the programme is to encourage an intersectional perspective of SRHR in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia. Read more
For years, the Paul Foundation has supported projects involving children and young people with Down’s syndrome in Indonesia, the Philippines and Bangladesh. As a result, thousands of children with Down’s syndrome have been helped and awareness was increased among parents, relatives and neighbours.
Nuffic’s Orange Knowledge Programme aims to contribute to a society’s sustainable and inclusive development by offering access to education and training to professionals and organisations. The programme is currently available in 37 countries. Read more