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Our Annual Reports

Thanks to incredible people like you, we’re closer than ever before to making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere.

We promote humane and compassionate policies for people seeking safety in Australia and around the globe. While we cannot predict the wars, conflicts and oppressive regimes that will force people to seek asylum, we can work to ensure that anyone who arrives seeking sanctuary finds the safety and support they deserve, so they can start to rebuild their lives with dignity. Following Refugee council of Australia effects.

Our annual report lets you meet the people changing their lives, and see how your support is making a lasting difference around the world.

  • 2018-19 annual report, request a copy

  • 2017-18 annual report request a copy

  • 2016-17 annual report request a copy

  • 2015-16 annual report request a copy

  • 2014-15 annual report request a copy

  • See the wonderful things you did in 2017-18

Want to order a copy of our latest one?

Contact our Supporter Care team by email admin@fuvra.org.au

  • See our global annual report 2018-19

  • See our global annual report 2017-18


What countries does your annual report cover?

Where did your money come from in 2018-19?

How did you spend your money last year?

How we're run

We’re run by a team of talented and experienced individuals, committed to changing normal for everyone, everywhere.

Find out how we're governed

Value for money

We ensure our resources are put to the best possible use so we can transform even more lives.

Discover our approach

Our fundraising promise

We couldn't do the work we do without you, which is why we value your trust so highly. It's also why we make this promise to you.

How we make your gift go further

  • Numbers for households and schools: people who use these services every day. Numbers for health care facilities: the population each facility exists to serve, adjusted to reflect the scale of alternative/private provision.

  • The right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.Refugees and migrants have the fundamental right, as do all human beings, to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health, without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition.1Furthermore, States parties to the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees shall accord to refugees lawfully staying in their territory the same treatment as accorded to their host country nationals,2with respect to public relief and social security, which may include access to health services.

  • Number for orphans supported: How they are being cared for, right from where they live and where they are being supported.

  • People reached either through facilities or sustained promotion. Hygiene promotion numbers are estimates of people reached with hygiene promotion messages at least three times in a year through local marketing campaigns in communities, in schools and via local health services.


We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognize that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.www.ufvra.org.au

United Federation of Volunteers for Refugees Action pays its good wishes to the traditional custodians across the lands in which we work, and acknowledges the elders past, present and emerging.  We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope, respect and value for the future.

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