Brande, Denmark, 2014-4-2 — /EPR Retail News/ — POOR CHINESE FARMERS, AFRICAN ENTREPRENEURS, VULNERABLE CHILDREN IN DENMARK AND TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFTS IN INDIA. IN BESTSELLER FUND’S ANNUAL REPORT, YOU CAN READ ABOUT ALL THE BENEFICIARIES AND PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY BESTSELLER FUND IN 2013
Focus on results
The Annual Report is divided into thematic chapters that follow BESTSELLER FUND’s three new thematic focus areas: Jobs, entrepreneurship and education’, ‘Agriculture and food production’ and ‘Poor and vulnerable children’s access to basic services’. Each chapter contains case stories and lists main results achieved by the projects in 2013.
“It is easy to write and send a check. The challenging part of philanthropy is to ensure that the money actually delivers real results and positive changes in the lives of the people and societies we want to assist. Strong planning, monitoring and documentation is a must if we are to succeed in this type of work. This Annual Report therefore focusses as much on results as on the donation itself”, says Kristian Sloth, Director in BESTSELLER FUND.
Rural China & Africa
In line with the new strategy, the report also tells how BESTSELLER FUND has scaled up support to poor and vulnerable children in China and how it has increased the support to job creation and agricultural entrepreneurship in Africa.
“The Annual Report also shows how we ‘step-by-step’ are in the process of implementing our new five-year strategy increasing our project support in China and Africa”, Kristian continues.
Conclusively, you can also read and see how the project support and donations were distributed according to thematic focus and geography – and compare them to previous years.