Laura Smits Program Officer Terre des Hommes Nederland Zoutmanstraat 42 - 44 2518 GS | Den Haag | Nederland +31 (0)70 310 50 02



Founded in 1965, Terre des Hommes Netherlands is working to realize a world in which children are no longer exploited. Child exploitation is about serious violations of the rights of the child. The definition of Terre des Hommes Netherlands covers worst forms of child labour, child trafficking, sexual exploitation of children and child abuse. Terre des Hommes Netherlands prevents child exploitation, removes children from exploitative situations and ensures these children can develop themselves in a safe environment. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child forms the basis of the work of Terre des Hommes Netherlands. The organization offers help without discrimination against race, religion, gender or political inclination. Nowadays 33 employees in The Netherlands, 78 local colleagues in four regions and over 1,800 volunteers in the Netherlands are dedicated to stopping child exploitation. They are, in turn, supported by tens of thousands of donors and companies. Terre des Hommes Netherlands is a member of the Terre des Hommes International Federation: a network of ten national organizations working for the rights of children. Together, the ten members are active in 68 countries.

IATI identifier


Implementation Schedule

Organisations / agencies covered

80% TdH_NL as funding agency, plus implementing partners.

Timeliness of Data

Data will be published within a month after collecting on selected levels (program + partner contracts)

Frequency of publication


Frequency of publication (extra comments)

Quarterly reporting on activities and annual reporting on organization. Based on annual M&E reporting cycle, quarterly reporting on targets and actuals (output), more extensive end of year report (output plus outcome).

Units of Aid

The organization works with 3y programs (program: level 1) and 1y partner contracts (level 2: projects) as related activities and targets to be achieved under programs

Segmentation of Published Data

not yet

Data Definitions and References

Field Exclusions

The fields that are not applicable to our organisation are indicated in the Implementation Schedule, including explanation.

Record Exclusions

Open Information Policy: Exclusion Policy:


below 10.000 euro will not be published

Other Constraints

TdH is working with a Theory of Change and uses qualitative progress markers as outcome indicators. The output uses quantitative indicators. This system of both qualitative and quantitative reporting can be conflicting with the IATI standard at times.

Data Quality

At the start the data contains operational data on planning and budget, including verification. After a year’s cycle the data will be audited.

User Interface

A selection of the IATI data will be presented at the organisation’s website end 2016.

User Interface Website