CBF Recognized Charity
Adamfo Ghana is a CBF Recognized Charity. The Netherlands Fundraising Regulator (CBF) is an independent foundation which has been monitoring fundraising by charities since 1925. The CBF’s task is to promote trustworthy fundraising and expenditure by reviewing fundraising organizations and giving information and advice to government institutions and the public.
The CBF Recognition means that we meet strict requirements in terms of quality and transparency. The quality requirements are drawn up by an independent committee. The national supervisory authority CBF checks annually whether we meet the requirements. In this way we contribute to a professional and transparent sector to which you, as a donor, can feel free to give.
The CBF Recognition Passport of Adamfo Ghana can be found here.
Adamfo Ghana is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO – in Dutch: ANBI) and is therefore entitled to make use of specific Dutch tax advantages. People making donations to Adamfo Ghana may deduct their gifts from their Dutch income tax or corporate income tax.
Our policy plan can be found here (in Dutch).
Our local partners report monthly to the board of Adamfo Ghana by email. Short updates are sent weekly through Whatsapp. Board member Edna Brouns worked from 2016-2020 as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in Ghana. She has returned to the Netherlands because of the Covid-19 outbreak. The board members visit the project sites regularly (at their own expenses).
The board writes an annual report on all the activities and achievements of the organisation, including a financial report.
Click below to read our Annual Reports (in Dutch):
Annual Report 2021 – 2020 – 2019 – 2018 – 2017 – 2016 – 2015 – 2014 – 2013
Click below to read our Financial Reports (in Dutch):
Financial report 2021 – 2020 – 2019 – 2018 – 2017 – 2016 – 2015 – 2014 – 2013