Our Annual reports and Financial statements showcase the work that we are doing to meet our strategic goals in order to provide life-altering medical treatment to refugee children.
Highlights from 2017 include:
- We helped 93 children in total - 42 girls and 51 boys. Since INARA first began we have provided assistance to 112 children
- Out of the 93 children helped in 2017, the majority of injuries were conflict related (41 children)
- We received $1.2 million in funding. This was an 82.45% increase on the funding we received in 2016
- 79% of our total expenditure was spent on program expenses. These include medical costs such as surgeries and medicine, and indirect caseworker and non-medical costs, like transportation to the medical facility. This is an increase on 2016, when we spent 73% of our total expenditure on our program
- Our average case cost decreased slightly from previous years to $5,133.16
- We launched our new orthopedic project to help refugee children born with clubfoot or developmental dislocation of the hip (DDH). Throughout the year we helped 17 children born with these conditions
- In total we spent $477,383.59 in 2017. Our projected budget for next year stands at $680,000 - a 42% increase.