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The world in 2013: under the shadow of conflict

The shadow of conflict still looms in many parts of the world: war, violence, suffering, hunger and pain seem ever present. Experiencing direct violence, witnessing atrocities and fleeing from home have a deep and long-lasting impact on children.

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Our strategic choices

The strategic review conducted in 2013 led to the redefinition of the organisation’s strategic objectives and the decision to develop a limited number of increasingly evidence-based core interventions to achieve them, aligning our programming with international quality standards.

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Refocus on most conflict-affected communities

War Child works in conflict and post-conflict areas. Over the past few years our work in post-conflict areas grew, pulling the focus away from active conflict areas.

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Analysis and participatory planning in 2013

Analysis and participatory planning processes took place at different levels, including:

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Reach per country

Per country, there are significant differences between the number of active participants planned and the number of participants actually reached.

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Reach per activity

Of the 310,000 children who actively participated in project activities, 26 percent took part in coaching or mentoring sessions (7 percent more than last year). Of this group, 75 percent are children participating in the Conn@ct.Now!

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Operational risks in 2013

Working closer to conflicts increases the risks to our projects and staff.

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Visibility of War Child

In 2013, War Child appeared in at least 1,645 online and 2,022 offline publications, in addition to sixty five items on television or radio, which was 20 percent higher than the target.

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Publications

In 2013, we published our standard printed and online newsletters as planned. Almost all (99 percent) of our printed publications were developed and produced with full sponsorship.

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Constituency dialogue and involvement

As defined in our Communications Strategy 2010-2015, storytelling forms the basis of our communications in all of our outputs and events.

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