In 2021 the IFRC network played a critical role in bringing help and hope to the world’s most vulnerable people. Delve into our latest annual report to learn about our achievements, our progress against our strategic priorities and how we used donor funds in 2021.
The unprecedented is no longer an excuse for being unprepared. The number of crises and disasters is on the rise—with climate change, conflict and COVID-19 all taking a massive humanitarian toll on communities worldwide.
Throughout 2021, the IFRC continued to be there for communities before, during, and after disasters—raising more than 1.3 billion Swiss francs to support life-saving, local humanitarian action by our 192 National Societies.
We deeply thank our National Society staff and volunteers for their unstoppable and inspiring work helping the most vulnerable people around the world.
Access the report
Annual Report 2021
Watch: What the IFRC network achieved in 2021
Previous Annual Reports
Annual Report 2020
Annual Report 2019
Annual Report 2018
Annual Report 2017