Balance sheets and financial reports 

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Action Education has chosen to base its funding on three main types of resources: public generosity (sponsorship, donations and legacies), partnerships with companies and foundations, and institutional funds.

Action Education allocates the resources collected by the regional associations, including France, according to the principle of mutualisation. The pooling of financial resources is :

  • \a vehicle for solidarity, equity and efficiency
  • \ pooling of donations and their equitable distribution among projects
  • \ a co-financing capacity essential for the implementation of larger actions.
  • \the guarantee to carry out its activity in complete independence by enabling it to respond to the priorities it identifies.

Certified accounts and external audit

Action Education is an association under the French law of 1901, recognised as being of public utility and authorised to receive donations, legacies and life insurance. Making a donation is not trivial and we are aware of this. 

This is why we do everything we can to be transparent with our donors. Your generosity has a real impact on the lives of the people we serve, and we bring you proof of this.  


Each year we publish our Activity Report in which you can find all the projects made possible by your donations as well as the origin and use of the funds.

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Action Education's accounts are regularly audited in each country and at a global level by the auditors of the Ernest Young network, whose financial audit reports are available for consultation.

Our Activity Reports

Activity report 2021

Activity report 2020

Activity report 2019

Activity report 2018

Activity report 2017

Activity report 2016

Auditors' reports

CAC 2021 Report

CAC 2020 Report

CAC Report 2019

CAC Report 2018

CAC Report 2017

CAC Report 2016

The Essential

The Essential 2020

The Essential 2019