GRET has released its 2022 annual report, detailing a year of particularly substantial development for the organisation and its 789 employees, as underlined by its chairperson, Henry de Cazotte: “despite pressing climate news and the exacerbation of geopolitical risks, GRET’s teams multiplied their efforts in all fields to achieve the sustainable development goals”.
In this year’s report, you can read about GRET’s main interventions and news, including the adoption of the organisation’s climate strategy, the signing of an alliance with Agronomes et vétérinaires sans frontières (AVSF), participation in major international events such as the World Water Forum, consolidation of partnerships, and – as always – new projects, studies and publications.
Partly designed in the form of a magazine, through its articles and interviews, this annual report gives a behind-the-scenes insight into GRET’s work: the reflections underpinning its projects and programmes aimed at young people; an explanatory overview of its commons-based approach; ways to include climate emergency in development projects; etc.
As is the case every year, we bring you an update on the activities of a social business that was created or developed with input from GRET. This new edition places the spotlight on EcoPrix Plus, a local business working to fight malnutrition in Burkina Faso.
With a budget of 48 million euros, together with more than 150 operational partners and 120 financial partners, GRET conducted a total of 282 interventions in 27 countries.
Its capitalisation activities led to the publication of 37 new books. Its teams also co-organised and participated in 48 symposiums, conferences, workshops and seminars, and facilitated 38 academic courses, confirming the association’s willingness to invest in knowledge sharing and training across a variety of geographies.
We hope you will enjoy reading it!