GRET has published its 2021 Annual report in a redesigned, modernised format. The report provides an overview of the NGO’s main achievements and news from the past year.
You will find information on GRET’s major interventions in 2021, a year marked by an increase in crises affecting the populations it supports and the projects it conducts. Progress on GRET’s Gender and Climate projects is also highlighted, as are the association’s new areas of intervention, such as defending prisoners’ rights or promoting menstrual hygiene.
In 2021, GRET’s 753 employees conducted 253 interventions, working with more than 250 operational partners and 300 financial partners in 28 countries.
In addition, GRET’s capitalisation activities led to the publication of 27 new references. Finally, GRET’s teams also co-organised and participated in 19 conferences, symposiums, workshops and seminars, and 42 academic training courses, reflecting the association’s willingness to invest in knowledge-sharing and training in various geographies.