How many people are reached by Red Cross and Red Crescent services each year? What types of services – health, disaster response, first aid – are most in demand? What’s the average age of National Society volunteers? Where does the funding come from, and how is it spent?
These are some of the questions the Everyone Report Counts report tries to answer. Since 2014 and the first iteration of this report, I am in charge of its design, layout and promotion. The main challenge is to give an accurate, faithful and elegant representation of IFRC’s main data repository, The Federation-wide Databank and Reporting System (FDRS) who provides data insights on this world’s largest humanitarian organization.