Annual Information Statement 2016

Legal Name
Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation
ABN
14128546850

Section A: Charity Information

Charity size
Large
Basic Religious Charity
No

Section B: Activities

Did the charity operate in the 2016 reporting period?
Yes
Main activity
International activities
International activities undertaken
Transferring funds or goods overseas
Description of charity's activities and outcomes
Objectives and StrategiesACCF Vision/Purpose: To protect and enhance womens health by eliminating cervical cancer and enabling treatment for women with cervical cancer and related health issues, in Australia and in developing countries.Through its international development programs contributing to womens health and wellbeing, ACCF supports the alleviation of poverty and contributes to sustainable development. ACCF and its partners hold a zero tolerance approach to fraud, corruption and family and sexual violence, particularly against women. ACCF supports the protection and the rights of children. Board members, partners, staff and volunteers exhibit high standards of personal behaviour and practice consistent with the ACFID Code of Conduct. ACCF values the contributions of its staff and volunteers.Principal ActivitiesThe principal activities of the company are to carry out its public charitable purposes of preventing cervical cancer, by:Providing life-saving HPV cervical cancer vaccine for women, in developing countries, who cannot otherwise afford vaccination.Promoting and facilitating screening for cervical cancer, as well as treatment of cervical cancer and related womens health issues, in developing countries.Promoting awareness and prevention of cervical cancer.Supporting women living with cervical cancer and related womens health issues, and their families.Facilitating training for health care professionals about cervical cancer and related womens health issues. Overseas OperationsBhutan (pop = 685,000)Supported the national vaccination program for new cohort of 6800 girls 12 years of age.Nepal (pop = 30 million)Continuing support has been provided for screening camps.Continuing to fund staffing and operations of the Nepal Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (NACCF) Banepa Clinic.Kiribati (pop = 100,000) After successful vaccination of 1,150 girls in 2013-14, this year has been spent in the quest to find a funding partner to deliver approximately 2000 more vaccines per year to enable sustainable program from 2016 onward. Also supporting Kiribati Family Health Association to carry our pap screening.Solomon Islands (pop = 800,000)Supported the introduction of a GAVI Demonstration Program for cervical cancer vaccine which after years of planning began in April 2015 and has continued through 2016 with great success.ACCF has been working with NSW Family Planning Association to strengthen the skills available to carry out cervical screening in Solomon Islands during 2015-16.Vietnam (pop = 88 million approx)ACCFs three screening programs in Vietnam are ongoing with the following two partner organisations:oInstitute for Reproductive and Family Health in Hanoi.oThe Research Centre for Rural Population & Health in Thai Binh in the North, and completed the project in Can Tho in the South.oHau Giang project is underwayoAround 10,000 women screened per year
Will the charity change or introduce any activities in the 2017 period?
No
Where the charity conducted activities during the 2016 reporting period
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia
  • Other Countries
    • BTN
    • KIR
    • NPL
    • PNG
    • PHL
    • SLB
    • VUT
    • VNM
Who was helped most by the charity's activities in the reporting period
General community within Australia

Section C: Human Resources

Human resources
  • Full time employees: 1
  • Part time employees: 8
  • Casual employees: 3
  • Estimated number of volunteers: 90

Section D: Finance

Type of financial statement
General purpose financial statements
Financial report consolidated with more than one entity?
No
Charity's 2016 reporting period
1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
Financial report submitted to a state/territory regulator?
Yes
2016 Financial report
Note: If you want to see the financial report or annual report that this charity has submitted, go back to Financials & Documents.
State or territory of the regulator where financial report was submitted
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia

Income and Expenses

Comprehensive Income Statement summary

Gross Income
Donations and bequests
$1,061,621.00
Revenue from government including grants
$0.00
All other revenue
$1,197,792.00
Total revenue
$2,259,413.00
Other income (for example, gains)
$0.00
Total gross income
$2,259,413.00
Expenses
Employee expenses
$558,641.00
Interest expenses
$18,803.00
Grants and donations made for use in Australia
$55,443.00
Grants and donations made for use outside Australia
$1,095,875.00
All other expenses
$791,099.00
Total expenses
$2,519,861.00
Net surplus/(deficit)
$-260,448.00
Other comprehensive income
$0.00
Total comprehensive income
$-260,448.00

Balance Sheet extract

Assets
Total current assets
$142,514.00
Non-current loans receivable
$0.00
Other non-current assets
$451,383.00
Total non-current assets
$451,383.00
Total assets
$593,897.00
Liabilities
Total current liabilities
$252,061.00
Non-current loans payable
$0.00
Other non-current liabilities
$486,976.00
Total non-current liabilities
$486,976.00
Total liabilities
$739,037.00
Net assets/liabilities
$-145,140.00