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Since the year 2000 The World’s Children’s Prize Program has educated and empowered close to 50 million children as changemakers in its annual program.

The WCP program is run by Swedish non-profit the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation (WCPF). We receive funding from several bodies including the Swedish Postcode Lottery, ForumCiv and Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency), H.M. Queen Silvia’s Care About the Children Foundation, The Julia & Hans Rausing Trust and the Survé Family Foundation. The WCPF has received the highest possible rating in the annual review of non-profit organisations carried out by Charity Ratings. The WCPF is tax-exempt and vetted annually by The Swedish Fundraising Control.

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Annual report 2020 (In Swedish)

Annual report 2019

Integrity Policy

WCPF Bylaws

WCPF Trust Deed

Ethical policy


Documentation from previous years

WCPF 2018 Annual Report

WCPF 2017 Annual Report

WCPF 2016 Annual Report

WCPF 2015 Annual Report

WCPF 2014 Annual Report

WCPF 2013 Annual Report

Teacher’s Survey (2013)

WCPF 2012 Annual Report

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Our impact since the World’s Children’s Prize Program started in 2000:

 • 47 million children have participated in the annual program.

 • 74,000 schools in 119 countries have signed up as Global Friend Schools. 

• We have gained the support of 820 organisations, departments of education, and other bodies 

Tens of thousands of teachers implement the WCP program annually. 

 • 55+ Child Rights Heroes have been honoured, and inspire children all over the world.    

 • The Prize money has helped to give thousands of the world’s most disadvantaged children a better life, so far through 60+ projects in 30+ countries.

 • The largest number of children participating in the Global Vote in any one year has been 7.1 million. 

Numbers are updated annually.

 
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