Annual Information Statement 2014

Legal Name
Christadelphian Meal-A-Day Asia-Pacific Limited
ABN
72167603232

Section A: Charity Information

Charity size
Small
Basic Religious Charity
No

Section B: Activities

Activities in the 2014 reporting period
Yes
Main activity
Economic, social and community development
General activities
  • Aged care activities
  • Emergency and relief
  • Employment and training
  • Hospital services and rehabilitation activities
  • Housing activities
  • International activities
  • Primary and secondary education
  • Social services
  • Other health service delivery
Description of charity’s activities and outcomes
Here is a selection of projects refer also www.meal-a-day.asia and our 2014 Annual Report (per Section E): meal-a-day.asia/content/2014-annual-report-board-directors-eoiNEPALThe program is multifaceted, supporting Tibetan refugees in Nepal: Equips community kitchens in two Tibetan refugee camps; the kitchens perform a dual function as a key place to draw the community together for regular communal meals and provide food and nutrition for the elderly and ill. The program also supports a nursery teacher which permits mothers the opportunity to focus on the familys livelihood. Medical grants are also provided to refugees from a cluster of 5 communities in West Nepal to support tests, medicines and hospital treatments that would otherwise be unaffordable.THAILANDOnly 25% of Karen children reach secondary school through lack of funds or facilities. Working with The Karen Hill-tribes Trust, we support the provision of school bus transport, improved dorm facilities and food. This year 305 students from 5 villages have been provided with lunch each day. INDIAThis program offers agricultural support and training to villages affected by the urban sprawl of neighbouring cities. Through kitchen gardens supported by the woman in these areas, this partnership project has offered a commercially viable option to the villages - enabling the men to return to working the land that creates a means of providing for family, restoring the family unit, and offers a wage that improves their standards of living.PHILIPPINESThe program aims to improve water supply, management, sanitation and hygiene in 38 water-stressed communities and to reduce climate change impacts. The installation of low-cost, locally made pumps and other technologies, combined with storage and piping systems, will deliver potable water to 15,000 people. INDIAThis aims to improve the health and life choices of some of the poorest Dalit people (regarded in Indian culture as the lowest socio-economic group and untouchable). The program provides educational support, nutrition and counselling for people in families affected by HIV/AIDS and TB.TIMOR LESTEThe Family Gardens program helps build an understanding of fruitful produce, security for families and provide the possibility of a cash income from surplus produce. 14 women and girls completed a special training program to help improve health outcomes in their communities in Railaku.MALAYSIAThe program involves supporting vulnerable children, orphans and teenagers, including critical medical aid and health-care, educational field visits as part of the geography, history and science curriculum, and language tutoring in Bahasa.KENYAInvolved exploration, drilling and construction of a borehole and hand-pump, providing year-round clean water supply to 40+ households. The borehole is working well, producing clean water which is tested to drinking water standard.
Changing or introducing activities in the next reporting period
No
Beneficiaries helped by charity’s activities in the 2014 reporting period
  • Communities overseas
  • Women
  • Men
  • Children – under 13
  • Youth – 13 to under 25
  • Adults – 25 to under 60
  • Elderly – 60 and over
  • All ages
  • People with disabilities
  • People with Chronic or terminal illness
  • Migrants, refugees or asylum seekers
  • People at risk of homelessness/The homeless
  • Unemployed persons

Section C: Resources and operating locations

Estimated number of unpaid volunteers who worked for the charity during the 2014 reporting period
  • Full time employees: 0
  • Part time employees: 0
  • Casual employees: 0
  • Volunteers: 11TO50
Where the charity operated during the 2014 reporting period
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Victoria
  • Other Countries
    • IND
    • KEN
    • MYS
    • NPL
    • PHL
    • THA
    • TLS

Section D: Reporting and regulatory obligations (This section is optional)

Commonwealth department /(s) and/or agency/agencies charity had to report to over the 2014 reporting period, excluding the ATO and ACNC

Approximate hours spent reporting by paid staff
0
Approximate hours spent reporting by unpaid volunteers
0.00
Total hours spent reporting
0.00

Section E: Financial information

Charity's 2014 reporting period
17 January 2014 to 30 June 2014
2014 Financial report
Note: If you want to see the financial report or annual report that this charity has submitted, go back to Financials & Documents.

Income and Expenses

Income Statement

Revenue/receipts
A Government grants
$0.00
B Donations and bequests
$42,118.00
C Other income/receipts
$515.00
D Total income/receipts (a+b+c)
$42,633.00
Expenses
E Employee expenses/payments
$0.00
F Grant and donations made by the registered entity for use in Australia
$0.00
G Grants and donations made by registered entity for use outside Australia
$33,476.00
H Other expenses/payments
$3,013.00
I Total expenses/payments (e+f+g+h)
$36,489.00
J Net surplus/deficit (d-i)
$6,144.00

Balance Sheet Extract

K Total assets
$84,372.00
L Total liabilities
$0.00
M Net assets/liabilites (k-l)
$84,372.00