| Oct 17, 2023
46,139 people served in 2022.
The pandemic, wars, food insecurity, and the climate emergency have plunged countless families worldwide into precarity. Children, adolescents, and youth have been particularly affected in various aspects of their lives, from education to employment, including protection and mental health. We have increased our activity by 25% in programs in Spain, Latin America, and Africa, going from 36,867 to 46,139 children, adolescents, youth, and families served in total.
This increase in the number of participants has occurred in all areas of the organization's work, particularly in its Prevention Programs.
All of this was made possible thanks to the support of 290,406 members, sponsors, and donors, as well as over 400 companies, foundations, and public institutions.