Annual report 2019-20Read now
Samuel Abandeno Anoalite of Trócaire partner Caritas Wamba shows new latrines built in a school in Ituri province, DR Congo.
We work in partnership with over 400 local organisations around the world. These organisations are embedded in their communities. They know the issues, the people and the context. They know what works and how to bring about change.
Roughly one-third of our partners are Catholic Church agencies. The rest are a mixture of faith-based and secular organisations.
The table below shows our top ten largest grants to partners in 2019/20.
|Organisation||Country||Value of Grant (€000)|
|1||Caritas St. Polten||Partners||1634|
|3||Bishop Gassis Relief and Rescue Foundation||Sudan||592|
|4||SAWA for Development and Aid||Syria/Lebanon||535|
|5||Club des Volontaires pour l'Appui aux Peuples Autochtones||DR Congo||499|
|6||Caritas Wamba||DR Congo||493|
|7||Community Initiative Facilitations Assistance||Ethiopia||488|
|8||Programme Nourriture D'Abord||DR Congo||488|
|9||Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights||Zimbabwe||464|
|10||African Women Rising||Uganda||428|
Partnership means working with amazing people to change lives.
We partner with local organisations to help communities around the world. In Ireland, we partner with networks and organisations to educate and campaign.
We worked with the Irish Girl Guides to develop a climate action badge. Over 12,000 Girl Guides aged 5 to 30 took part in a series of activities related to learn about climate action. Once complete, the girls could wear their Trócaire badge with pride.
We work with environmental and development agencies to campaign for climate action. Together, through the Stop Climate Chaos network, our voices are louder.
DevelopmentEducation.ie is an educational website supported by development organisations, including Trócaire. The website's resources bring development issues alive in classrooms all over Ireland.