WOMEN ORGANIZING FOR CHANGE IN AGRICULTURAL & NATURAL RESOURCE MGMT

Address
UNITED CENTER LEVEL 41 323 SILOM RD
BANGKOK, FO 10500
TH
Contact
Website: http://www.wocan.org
Phone: +1 (415) 577-7182
Nonprofit
NTEE: K20 - Agricultural Programs
EIN: 30-0306056

Mission

WOMEN ORGANIZING FOR CHANGE IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT'S (WOCAN) MISSION IS TO BUILD WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THROUGH ORGANIZATIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL TRANSFORMATION. WOCAN FOCUSES ON TWO PILLARS TO FULFILL ITS MISSION: WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP CAPACITY BUILDING AND POLICY ADVOCACY.
 201520142013
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2004
Subsection501(c)(3)
Organization typeCorporation
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$136,512.00$124,357.00$115,824.00
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$100,000.00$100,000.00$108,000.00
Number of employees111
Number of people compensated >$100k001
Number of volunteers966
Number of highly compensated contractors000
Personnel
Blackden, Mark
TitleSECRETARYSECRETARYSECRETARY
Name of key/compensated personMARK BLACKDENMARK BLACKDENMARK BLACKDEN
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Easson, Kimberly
TitleBOARD MEMBER  
Name of key/compensated personKIMBERLY ANN EASSON  
Average hours per week working for org1.00  
Reportable compensation from org$0.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00  
PositionIndividual trustee or director  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00  
Eggerss, Candice
TitleBOARD MEMBER  
Name of key/compensated personCANDICE EGGERSS  
Average hours per week working for org1.00  
Reportable compensation from org$0.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00  
PositionIndividual trustee or director  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00  
Fleming, Clare
TitleBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated personCLARE FLEMINGCLARE FLEMINGCLARE FLEMING
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Frost, Karen
TitleTREASURERTREASURERTREASURER
Name of key/compensated personKAREN FROSTKAREN FROSTKAREN FROST
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Grieve, Chris
TitleBOARD MEMBER  
Name of key/compensated personCHRIS GRIEVE  
Average hours per week working for org1.00  
Reportable compensation from org$0.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00  
PositionIndividual trustee or director  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00  
Gurung, Jeannette
TitleEXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOREXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personJEANNETTE D GURUNG PHDJEANNETTE GURUNG PHDJEANNETTE D GURUNG PHD
Average hours per week working for org50.0050.0050.00
Reportable compensation from org$100,000.00$100,000.00$108,000.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$36,512.00$24,357.00$7,824.00
PositionOfficerOfficerOfficer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Halle, Vera
TitleCHAIRCHAIRCHAIR
Name of key/compensated personVERA P WEILL HALLEVERA P WEILL HALLEVERA WEILL HALLE
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, OfficerIndividual trustee or director, Officer
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Lama, Kanchan
TitleBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated personKANCHAN LAMAKANCHAN LAMAKANCHAN LAMA
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
West, Lee
TitleBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBERBOARD MEMBER
Name of key/compensated personLEE WESTLEE WESTLEE WEST
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Purpose: mission, activities & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTO BUILD WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.TO BUILD WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.TO BUILD WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.
Program expenses (total)$454,958.00$624,144.00$998,549.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
ADVOCACY: THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO ADVOCATE AT GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVELS FOR GREATER BENEFITS AND DECISION MAKING FOR RURAL WOMEN. SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES EXIST BETWEEN THE ACTORS PROMOTING ENVIRONMENT/RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND THOSE PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY AND WOMEN'S RIGHTS, LEAVING A VACUUM IN POLICIES AND PROGRAMS DEALING WITH POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVELS.
Program expenses  $126,982.00
Program description  ADVOCACY: THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO ADVOCATE AT GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVELS FOR GREATER BENEFITS AND DECISION MAKING FOR RURAL WOMEN. SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES EXIST BETWEEN THE ACTORS PROMOTING ENVIRONMENT/RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND THOSE PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY AND WOMEN'S RIGHTS, LEAVING A VACUUM IN POLICIES AND PROGRAMS DEALING WITH POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVELS.
ADVOCACY: WOCAN SUPPORTED WOMEN FARMER'S ACCESS TO POLICY MAKERS AND PROCESSES THROUGH ITS WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP CIRCLES ON AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WLCAN). WOCAN ORGANIZED THREE WLCAN MEETINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE DISCUSSIONS FOCUSED ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM IN CITY OF TSHWANE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE WOMEN FARMERS SPECIFICALLY ASKED FOR INFORMATION ON THE GRANTS AVAILABLE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM, GRANTS FOR AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES AND GRANTS TO SUPPORT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT VIA THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY. WOCAN ALSO SUPPORTED INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATER MANAGEMENT (IEWM) TO ORGANIZE TWO WLCAN IN KENYA. THERE WERE FORTY-TWO PARTICIPANTS (35 WOMEN AND 7 MEN) AND THE MEETING PROVIDED INFORMATION ON BIOGAS, SILAGE PRODUCTION, AND HIGH VALUE CROP PRODUCTION, FACILITATED PEER TO PEER LEARNING AMONG WOMEN FARMERS THROUGH SHARING OF SUCCESSES, EXPLORED MODALITIES OF WOMEN FARMERS' ENGAGEMENT WITH THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND EXPLORED THE EXISTING MARKETS FOR THE FARM PRODUCTS.WOCAN ALSO SUPPORTED FOUR RURAL WOMEN MEMBERS OF THE AFRICAN WOMEN'S NETWORK FOR COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS (REFACOF) WHO ATTENDED THE FORUM OF AFRICAN RURAL WOMEN IN YAOUND, CAMEROON WITH THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM WOCAN. THE FORUM WAS ORGANIZED BY THE SUB-REGIONAL PLATFORM OF PEASANT ORGANIZATIONS OF CENTRAL AFRICA, IN FRENCH PLATEFORME SOUS REGIONALE DES ORGANISATIONS PAYSANNES D'AFRIQUE CENTRALE (PROPAC) WITH THE THEME "THE PLACE AND ROLE OF WOMEN IN FAMILY AND RURAL EXPLOITATION IN AFRICA."WOCAN ORGANIZED THE WORKSHOP ON "WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT-POLICY TO ACTION" AT THE ASIA PACIFIC CSO FORUM ON BEIJING+ 20 IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. THE WORKSHOP FOCUSED ON BEIJING+20 CRITICAL AREAS ON WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT AND DISCUSSED PROGRESS AND THE GAPS IN ADDRESSING THE FUNDAMENTAL ISSUE OF WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT. THE WORKSHOP WAS ATTENDED BY 41 PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTING VARIOUS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS FROM 10 ASIAN COUNTRIESWOCAN CORE ASSOCIATES AND STAFF REPRESENTED WOCAN IN VARIOUS REGIONAL AND GLOBAL EVENTS SUCH AS: -ASIA-PACIFIC CIVIL SOCIETY FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN BANGKOK ORGANIZED BY UNESCAP,-SIXTH NATIONAL COMMUNITY FORESTRY WORKSHOP IN NEPAL-EIGHTH SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S OPEN WORKING GROUP ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NEW YORK USA, -GLOBAL FARMERS' FORUM IN ROME ITALY, -EIGHTH ANNUAL COMMUNITY-BASED ADAPTATION CONFERENCE (CBA8) ORGANIZED BY INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (IIED) IN KATHMANDU, NEPAL, -CLIMATE INVESTMENT FUND (CIF) STAKEHOLDER DAY AND THE PARTNERSHIP FORUM WHICH WAS CO- HOSTED BY THE CIF AND THE INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (IDB) FROM IN MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA
Program expenses $136,445.00 
Program description ADVOCACY: WOCAN SUPPORTED WOMEN FARMER'S ACCESS TO POLICY MAKERS AND PROCESSES THROUGH ITS WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP CIRCLES ON AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WLCAN). WOCAN ORGANIZED THREE WLCAN MEETINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE DISCUSSIONS FOCUSED ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM IN CITY OF TSHWANE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE WOMEN FARMERS SPECIFICALLY ASKED FOR INFORMATION ON THE GRANTS AVAILABLE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM, GRANTS FOR AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES AND GRANTS TO SUPPORT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT VIA THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY. WOCAN ALSO SUPPORTED INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATER MANAGEMENT (IEWM) TO ORGANIZE TWO WLCAN IN KENYA. THERE WERE FORTY-TWO PARTICIPANTS (35 WOMEN AND 7 MEN) AND THE MEETING PROVIDED INFORMATION ON BIOGAS, SILAGE PRODUCTION, AND HIGH VALUE CROP PRODUCTION, FACILITATED PEER TO PEER LEARNING AMONG WOMEN FARMERS THROUGH SHARING OF SUCCESSES, EXPLORED MODALITIES OF WOMEN FARMERS' ENGAGEMENT WITH THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND EXPLORED THE EXISTING MARKETS FOR THE FARM PRODUCTS.WOCAN ALSO SUPPORTED FOUR RURAL WOMEN MEMBERS OF THE AFRICAN WOMEN'S NETWORK FOR COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS (REFACOF) WHO ATTENDED THE FORUM OF AFRICAN RURAL WOMEN IN YAOUND, CAMEROON WITH THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM WOCAN. THE FORUM WAS ORGANIZED BY THE SUB-REGIONAL PLATFORM OF PEASANT ORGANIZATIONS OF CENTRAL AFRICA, IN FRENCH PLATEFORME SOUS REGIONALE DES ORGANISATIONS PAYSANNES D'AFRIQUE CENTRALE (PROPAC) WITH THE THEME "THE PLACE AND ROLE OF WOMEN IN FAMILY AND RURAL EXPLOITATION IN AFRICA."WOCAN ORGANIZED THE WORKSHOP ON "WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT-POLICY TO ACTION" AT THE ASIA PACIFIC CSO FORUM ON BEIJING+ 20 IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. THE WORKSHOP FOCUSED ON BEIJING+20 CRITICAL AREAS ON WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT AND DISCUSSED PROGRESS AND THE GAPS IN ADDRESSING THE FUNDAMENTAL ISSUE OF WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT. THE WORKSHOP WAS ATTENDED BY 41 PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTING VARIOUS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS FROM 10 ASIAN COUNTRIESWOCAN CORE ASSOCIATES AND STAFF REPRESENTED WOCAN IN VARIOUS REGIONAL AND GLOBAL EVENTS SUCH AS: -ASIA-PACIFIC CIVIL SOCIETY FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN BANGKOK ORGANIZED BY UNESCAP,-SIXTH NATIONAL COMMUNITY FORESTRY WORKSHOP IN NEPAL-EIGHTH SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S OPEN WORKING GROUP ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NEW YORK USA, -GLOBAL FARMERS' FORUM IN ROME ITALY, -EIGHTH ANNUAL COMMUNITY-BASED ADAPTATION CONFERENCE (CBA8) ORGANIZED BY INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (IIED) IN KATHMANDU, NEPAL, -CLIMATE INVESTMENT FUND (CIF) STAKEHOLDER DAY AND THE PARTNERSHIP FORUM WHICH WAS CO- HOSTED BY THE CIF AND THE INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (IDB) FROM IN MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA 
ADVOCACY: WOCAN SUPPORTED WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP CIRCLES FOR AGRICULTURE AND NRM IN THREE COUNTRIES (KENYA, SOUTH AFRICA AND CAMEROON) TO MAINTAIN THIS INNOVATIVE PLATFORM FOR WOMEN FARMERS AND DECISION MAKERS; THE CAMEROON WLCAN WAS NEWLY ESTABLISHED IN 2015 AND A SCOPING MEETING WAS HELD TO DISCUSS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ONE IN MYANMAR IN 2016. WLCANS HAVE HAD VERY POSITIVE IMPACTS IN KENYA AND SOUTH AFRICA, WHERE FARMERS HAVE STRENGTHENED THEIR VOICES AND ACCESSED NEW RESOURCES; THE REGIONAL NETWORK OF WOMEN MINISTERS AND LEADERS FOR ENVIRONMENT IN AFRICA EXPRESSED THEIR KEEN INTEREST TO REPLICATE AND UPSCALE THE METHODOLOGY. THE WLCANS ARE SUPPORTED BY WOCAN CORE ASSOCIATES/COORDINATORS TO MAINTAIN PLATFORM FOR WOMEN FARMERS TO PROVIDE INPUTS TO WOMEN DECISION MAKERS. 2015 WAS AN IMPORTANT YEAR FOR WOCAN'S COLLABORATE WITH ADVOCACY PARTNERS TO ADVANCE THE ISSUES ON GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE, REDD, CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE, CLIMATE FINANCE AND LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT. WOCAN ORGANIZED 2 EVENTS AT THE COP IN PARIS, ON GENDER AND CLIMATE FINANCE AND ON THE W+ STANDARD AS AN INNOVATIVE WAY TO MEASURE AND VALUE WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT. REPORTS OF THE WOCAN MEETINGS WERE ANNOUNCED AND REPORTS WERE SHARED ON THE WOCAN WEBSITE AND IN WOCAN DIGEST. OUTREACH TO PROMOTE WOCAN MESSAGES IN KEY NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FORA AND TO KEY POLICY AND DECISION-MAKERS FOLLOWED THE MEETINGS. TECHNICAL INPUTS WERE PROVIDED TO 3 GLOBAL AND/OR REGIONAL EVENTS THROUGH ATTENDANCE AND THROUGH WOMEN MAJOR GROUP MEETINGS/EMAILS. INPUTS TO UNFCCC PROCESS WERE DELIVERED THROUGH OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GLOBAL GENDER AND CLIMATE ALLIANCE (GGCA) AND OTHER MEETINGS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS, IMPACT INVESTING, CLIMATE FINANCE, ETC. CORE ASSOCIATES AND MEMBERS REPRESENTED WOCAN AT ASIAN REGIONAL MEETINGS OF THE UN. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AND POLICY BRIEFS, AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO COLLECTIVE ADVOCACY MESSAGES FOR DECISION MAKERS WERE DEVELOPED AS NEEDED AND PROMOTED IN KEY NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FORA, AS WELL AS THROUGH THE MONTHLY WOCAN DIGEST AND WEBSITE. INCREASING NUMBERS OF REQUESTS FOR SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND APPROVAL OF SIDE EVENTS AT GLOBAL FOR A DEMONSTRATE RECOGNITION OF WOCAN AS LEADER AND INNOVATOR WITHIN CLIMATE CHANGE AND IMPACT MEASUREMENT FOR WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT.
Program expenses$74,826.00  
Program descriptionADVOCACY: WOCAN SUPPORTED WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP CIRCLES FOR AGRICULTURE AND NRM IN THREE COUNTRIES (KENYA, SOUTH AFRICA AND CAMEROON) TO MAINTAIN THIS INNOVATIVE PLATFORM FOR WOMEN FARMERS AND DECISION MAKERS; THE CAMEROON WLCAN WAS NEWLY ESTABLISHED IN 2015 AND A SCOPING MEETING WAS HELD TO DISCUSS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ONE IN MYANMAR IN 2016. WLCANS HAVE HAD VERY POSITIVE IMPACTS IN KENYA AND SOUTH AFRICA, WHERE FARMERS HAVE STRENGTHENED THEIR VOICES AND ACCESSED NEW RESOURCES; THE REGIONAL NETWORK OF WOMEN MINISTERS AND LEADERS FOR ENVIRONMENT IN AFRICA EXPRESSED THEIR KEEN INTEREST TO REPLICATE AND UPSCALE THE METHODOLOGY. THE WLCANS ARE SUPPORTED BY WOCAN CORE ASSOCIATES/COORDINATORS TO MAINTAIN PLATFORM FOR WOMEN FARMERS TO PROVIDE INPUTS TO WOMEN DECISION MAKERS. 2015 WAS AN IMPORTANT YEAR FOR WOCAN'S COLLABORATE WITH ADVOCACY PARTNERS TO ADVANCE THE ISSUES ON GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE, REDD, CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE, CLIMATE FINANCE AND LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT. WOCAN ORGANIZED 2 EVENTS AT THE COP IN PARIS, ON GENDER AND CLIMATE FINANCE AND ON THE W+ STANDARD AS AN INNOVATIVE WAY TO MEASURE AND VALUE WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT. REPORTS OF THE WOCAN MEETINGS WERE ANNOUNCED AND REPORTS WERE SHARED ON THE WOCAN WEBSITE AND IN WOCAN DIGEST. OUTREACH TO PROMOTE WOCAN MESSAGES IN KEY NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FORA AND TO KEY POLICY AND DECISION-MAKERS FOLLOWED THE MEETINGS. TECHNICAL INPUTS WERE PROVIDED TO 3 GLOBAL AND/OR REGIONAL EVENTS THROUGH ATTENDANCE AND THROUGH WOMEN MAJOR GROUP MEETINGS/EMAILS. INPUTS TO UNFCCC PROCESS WERE DELIVERED THROUGH OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GLOBAL GENDER AND CLIMATE ALLIANCE (GGCA) AND OTHER MEETINGS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS, IMPACT INVESTING, CLIMATE FINANCE, ETC. CORE ASSOCIATES AND MEMBERS REPRESENTED WOCAN AT ASIAN REGIONAL MEETINGS OF THE UN. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AND POLICY BRIEFS, AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO COLLECTIVE ADVOCACY MESSAGES FOR DECISION MAKERS WERE DEVELOPED AS NEEDED AND PROMOTED IN KEY NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FORA, AS WELL AS THROUGH THE MONTHLY WOCAN DIGEST AND WEBSITE. INCREASING NUMBERS OF REQUESTS FOR SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND APPROVAL OF SIDE EVENTS AT GLOBAL FOR A DEMONSTRATE RECOGNITION OF WOCAN AS LEADER AND INNOVATOR WITHIN CLIMATE CHANGE AND IMPACT MEASUREMENT FOR WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT.  
CAPACITY BUILDING: THIS PROGRAM BUILDS WOMEN CHAMPIONS WITHIN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND AMONGST RURAL WOMEN BY ESTABLISHING TRAINING CENTERS AND CADRES OF HIGHLY SKILLED TRAINERS TO OFFER WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP TRAINING AT REGIONAL LEVELS. REGIONAL MEETING OF MEMBERS HELD IN VARIOUS GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS; PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED WITH MEMBERS IN AFRICA, ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA; AND A WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP COURSE ALL PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOCAN TO BUILD THE CAPACITIES OF RURAL AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN ON GENDER ANALYSIS, GENDER MAINSTREAMING, MENTORING, ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND VARIOUS TECHNICAL SKILLS SUCH AS THOSE OF AGRO-ENTERPRISE, VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING.
Program expenses  $646,284.00
Program description  CAPACITY BUILDING: THIS PROGRAM BUILDS WOMEN CHAMPIONS WITHIN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND AMONGST RURAL WOMEN BY ESTABLISHING TRAINING CENTERS AND CADRES OF HIGHLY SKILLED TRAINERS TO OFFER WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP TRAINING AT REGIONAL LEVELS. REGIONAL MEETING OF MEMBERS HELD IN VARIOUS GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS; PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED WITH MEMBERS IN AFRICA, ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA; AND A WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP COURSE ALL PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOCAN TO BUILD THE CAPACITIES OF RURAL AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN ON GENDER ANALYSIS, GENDER MAINSTREAMING, MENTORING, ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND VARIOUS TECHNICAL SKILLS SUCH AS THOSE OF AGRO-ENTERPRISE, VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING.
CAPACITY BUILDING: WOCAN DELIVERED ITS REFRAMING LEADERSHIP FOR GENDER EQUALITY AND GENDER-INTEGRATED PLANNING COURSES TO FOUR ORGANIZATIONAL CLIENTS; INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT, CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE NETWORK (CDKN), INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE (IUCN) MANGROVES FOR THE FUTURE PROGRAM AND THE LOWERING EMISSIONS IN ASIAN FORESTS (LEAF) PROJECT OF USAID ARE ENVIRONMENT-RELATED ORGANIZATIONS THAT DEVELOPED GENDER ACTION PLANS TO BRING ABOUT CHANGES IN THEIR PROGRAMS AND CULTURES TO BETTER SUPPORT WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND GENDER INTEGRATION. GUIDELINES/MANUALS WERE DEVELOPED, THAT WERE USED TO FURTHER BUILD SKILLS OF WOCAN'S TRAINERS IN ASIA. A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING OUTCOMES OF WOCAN'S COURSES WAS DEVELOPED AND USED TO MEASURE AND REPORT ON TRAINING OUTCOMES; THE IMPACT IS VERY POSITIVE FOR A MAJORITY OF TRAINEES, SOMETIMES TRANSFORMATIONAL (AS EXPRESSED IN WOCAN'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY VIDEOS AND SPEECHES).
Program expenses$146,307.00  
Program descriptionCAPACITY BUILDING: WOCAN DELIVERED ITS REFRAMING LEADERSHIP FOR GENDER EQUALITY AND GENDER-INTEGRATED PLANNING COURSES TO FOUR ORGANIZATIONAL CLIENTS; INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT, CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE NETWORK (CDKN), INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE (IUCN) MANGROVES FOR THE FUTURE PROGRAM AND THE LOWERING EMISSIONS IN ASIAN FORESTS (LEAF) PROJECT OF USAID ARE ENVIRONMENT-RELATED ORGANIZATIONS THAT DEVELOPED GENDER ACTION PLANS TO BRING ABOUT CHANGES IN THEIR PROGRAMS AND CULTURES TO BETTER SUPPORT WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND GENDER INTEGRATION. GUIDELINES/MANUALS WERE DEVELOPED, THAT WERE USED TO FURTHER BUILD SKILLS OF WOCAN'S TRAINERS IN ASIA. A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING OUTCOMES OF WOCAN'S COURSES WAS DEVELOPED AND USED TO MEASURE AND REPORT ON TRAINING OUTCOMES; THE IMPACT IS VERY POSITIVE FOR A MAJORITY OF TRAINEES, SOMETIMES TRANSFORMATIONAL (AS EXPRESSED IN WOCAN'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY VIDEOS AND SPEECHES).  
CAPACITY BUILDING: WOCAN FACILITATED TRAINING FOR INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (IFAD) FOR THE PROJECT TITLED CAPACITY BUILDING FOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN FARMER PRODUCER ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION. WOCAN TRAINERS TRAINED 200 PARTICIPANTS (158 WOMEN AND 42 MEN) IN MALDIVES AND SRI LANKA. IN MALDIVES, THE PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTED ISLAND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, THE FUNAD COOPERATIVE SOCIETY AND WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, AND IN SRI LANKA, THEY REPRESENTED PRODUCER GROUPS FOR POULTRY, FOOTWEAR PRODUCTION, DAIRY FARMING, BEE KEEPING, RUBBER PROCESSING AND GRAIN PROCESSING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS FROM THE PROVINCIAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE. THE OBJECTIVES OF THE TRAININGS WERE TO STRENGTHEN THE WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP AND FACILITATE GENDER INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS. THE PARTICIPANTS DEVELOPED 39 GENDER INTEGRATED ACTION PLANS. WOCAN ALSO FACILITATED TRAINING ON REFRAMING LEADERSHIP AND GENDER INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR STAFF AND PARTNERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT'S (ICIMOD) KAILASH SACRED LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (KSCLDI). THERE WERE TWENTY-NINE PARTICIPANTS (16 WOMEN AND 13 MEN) FROM INDIA AND NEPAL. WOCAN STAFF AND CORE ASSOCIATES ARE ALSO INVITED TO FACILITATE SESSIONS AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON INTEGRATING GENDER INTO ORGANIZATIONS PLANS AND PROGRAMS SUCH AS IFAD NEPAL, IUCN MANGROVES FOR THE FUTURE PROGRAM AND HIMALAYAN GRASSROOTS WOMEN'S NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (HIMAWANTI) NEPAL.
Program expenses $288,493.00 
Program description CAPACITY BUILDING: WOCAN FACILITATED TRAINING FOR INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (IFAD) FOR THE PROJECT TITLED CAPACITY BUILDING FOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN FARMER PRODUCER ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION. WOCAN TRAINERS TRAINED 200 PARTICIPANTS (158 WOMEN AND 42 MEN) IN MALDIVES AND SRI LANKA. IN MALDIVES, THE PARTICIPANTS REPRESENTED ISLAND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, THE FUNAD COOPERATIVE SOCIETY AND WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, AND IN SRI LANKA, THEY REPRESENTED PRODUCER GROUPS FOR POULTRY, FOOTWEAR PRODUCTION, DAIRY FARMING, BEE KEEPING, RUBBER PROCESSING AND GRAIN PROCESSING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS FROM THE PROVINCIAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE. THE OBJECTIVES OF THE TRAININGS WERE TO STRENGTHEN THE WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP AND FACILITATE GENDER INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS. THE PARTICIPANTS DEVELOPED 39 GENDER INTEGRATED ACTION PLANS. WOCAN ALSO FACILITATED TRAINING ON REFRAMING LEADERSHIP AND GENDER INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR STAFF AND PARTNERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT'S (ICIMOD) KAILASH SACRED LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (KSCLDI). THERE WERE TWENTY-NINE PARTICIPANTS (16 WOMEN AND 13 MEN) FROM INDIA AND NEPAL. WOCAN STAFF AND CORE ASSOCIATES ARE ALSO INVITED TO FACILITATE SESSIONS AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON INTEGRATING GENDER INTO ORGANIZATIONS PLANS AND PROGRAMS SUCH AS IFAD NEPAL, IUCN MANGROVES FOR THE FUTURE PROGRAM AND HIMALAYAN GRASSROOTS WOMEN'S NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (HIMAWANTI) NEPAL. 
KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION: THIS PROGRAM WORKS TO DEVELOP WOCAN AS THE GLOBAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE OF LEARNING AND COMMUNICATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN THE FIELDS OF GENDER AND AGRICULTURE/NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. THE KEY TO THE SUCCESS OF WOCAN'S EFFORTS TO BUILD CAPACITY IS A FOCUS ON COMMUNICATION AND LEARNING AND THE SHARING OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION. THE WEBSITE IS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT THE GLOBAL NETWORK OF MEMBERS TO SHARE THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES AND TO COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY WITH EACH OTHER TO SHARE RESEARCH RESULTS, POSE QUESTIONS, OR SEARCH FOR A PARTNER FOR A COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVE. WOCAN'S STAFF CONTINUALLY UPLOAD THEIR EXTENSIVE SET OF DOCUMENTS, PRESENTATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS TO KEEP THE KNOWLEDGE UP TO DATE.
Program expenses  $225,283.00
Program description  KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION: THIS PROGRAM WORKS TO DEVELOP WOCAN AS THE GLOBAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE OF LEARNING AND COMMUNICATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN THE FIELDS OF GENDER AND AGRICULTURE/NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. THE KEY TO THE SUCCESS OF WOCAN'S EFFORTS TO BUILD CAPACITY IS A FOCUS ON COMMUNICATION AND LEARNING AND THE SHARING OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION. THE WEBSITE IS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT THE GLOBAL NETWORK OF MEMBERS TO SHARE THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES AND TO COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY WITH EACH OTHER TO SHARE RESEARCH RESULTS, POSE QUESTIONS, OR SEARCH FOR A PARTNER FOR A COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVE. WOCAN'S STAFF CONTINUALLY UPLOAD THEIR EXTENSIVE SET OF DOCUMENTS, PRESENTATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS TO KEEP THE KNOWLEDGE UP TO DATE.
KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION: WOCAN CONTINUES TO EXPAND ITS MEMBERSHIP REACHING 1162 (946 WOMEN AND 216 MEN) ACROSS 108 COUNTRIES, BY DECEMBER 2015. 41% ARE FROM AFRICA, 30% ARE FROM ASIA AND THE PACIFIC REGION, 15% FROM NORTH AMERICA, 11% FROM EUROPE, AND 3% FROM LATIN AMERICA. THIS SAME UPWARD TREND IS SHOWN IN THE USE OF THE WEBSITE BY NEW VISITORS (73.10 % NEW VISITORS AND 26.90 % RETURN VISITORS, MAINLY FROM USA, THAILAND, INDIA NEPAL, AND UK) AND A MORE ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT OF WOCAN IN SOCIAL MEDIA SUCH AS FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND LINKEDIN. WOCAN'S FACEBOOK PAGE HAD 578 LIKES, 60% OF WHICH ARE FROM WOMEN AND 38% FROM MEN, FROM 45 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. THE TOP FIVE SOURCE COUNTRIES ARE: USA, NEPAL, INDIA, INDONESIA AND THAILAND. SIMILARLY, THE WOCAN TWITTER ACCOUNT HAS ABOUT 456 FOLLOWERS AND THE INTERESTS OF FOLLOWERS IS NONPROFIT, GREEN SOLUTIONS, GOVERNMENT, BIOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. WOCAN ALSO HAS A LINKEDIN GROUP WITH 970 MEMBERS; THE TOP FIVE COUNTRIES REPRESENTED BY OUR MEMBERS ARE KENYA, USA, PAKISTAN, ETHIOPIA AND NEPAL.WOCAN HOSTED 5 MEETINGS OF THE WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE & NRM MEETING (WARM) IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. WARM IS AN INFORMAL GATHERING INITIATED BY WOCAN TO SHARE, LEARN AND BUILD A NETWORK OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN ISSUES RELATED TO WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WITH MEN WARMLY WELCOMED). WOCAN HAS A GROWING LIST OF OVER 150 INDIVIDUALS REPRESENTING RESEARCH INSTITUTES, PRIVATE SECTOR, UN AGENCIES, DONORS, INGO AND NGOS, WHO ARE INTERESTED TO ATTEND THE MEETING.
Program expenses$233,825.00$199,206.00 
Program descriptionKNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION: WOCAN CONTINUES TO EXPAND ITS MEMBERSHIP REACHING 1162 (946 WOMEN AND 216 MEN) ACROSS 108 COUNTRIES, BY DECEMBER 2015. 41% ARE FROM AFRICA, 30% ARE FROM ASIA AND THE PACIFIC REGION, 15% FROM NORTH AMERICA, 11% FROM EUROPE, AND 3% FROM LATIN AMERICA. THIS SAME UPWARD TREND IS SHOWN IN THE USE OF THE WEBSITE BY NEW VISITORS (73.10 % NEW VISITORS AND 26.90 % RETURN VISITORS, MAINLY FROM USA, THAILAND, INDIA NEPAL, AND UK) AND A MORE ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT OF WOCAN IN SOCIAL MEDIA SUCH AS FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND LINKEDIN. WOCAN'S FACEBOOK PAGE HAD 578 LIKES, 60% OF WHICH ARE FROM WOMEN AND 38% FROM MEN, FROM 45 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. THE TOP FIVE SOURCE COUNTRIES ARE: USA, NEPAL, INDIA, INDONESIA AND THAILAND. SIMILARLY, THE WOCAN TWITTER ACCOUNT HAS ABOUT 456 FOLLOWERS AND THE INTERESTS OF FOLLOWERS IS NONPROFIT, GREEN SOLUTIONS, GOVERNMENT, BIOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. WOCAN ALSO HAS A LINKEDIN GROUP WITH 970 MEMBERS; THE TOP FIVE COUNTRIES REPRESENTED BY OUR MEMBERS ARE KENYA, USA, PAKISTAN, ETHIOPIA AND NEPAL.WOCAN HOSTED 5 MEETINGS OF THE WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE & NRM MEETING (WARM) IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. WARM IS AN INFORMAL GATHERING INITIATED BY WOCAN TO SHARE, LEARN AND BUILD A NETWORK OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN ISSUES RELATED TO WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WITH MEN WARMLY WELCOMED). WOCAN HAS A GROWING LIST OF OVER 150 INDIVIDUALS REPRESENTING RESEARCH INSTITUTES, PRIVATE SECTOR, UN AGENCIES, DONORS, INGO AND NGOS, WHO ARE INTERESTED TO ATTEND THE MEETING.KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION: WOCAN CONTINUES TO EXPAND ITS MEMBERSHIP REACHING 1087 MEMBERS, 879 WOMEN AND 208 MEN, ACROSS 104 COUNTRIES, BY DECEMBER 2014. 41% ARE FROM AFRICA, 30% ARE FROM ASIA AND THE PACIFIC REGION, 15% FROM NORTH AMERICA, 11% FROM EUROPE, AND 3% FROM LATIN AMERICA. THIS SAME UPWARD TREND IS SHOWN IN THE USE OF THE WEBSITE BY NEW VISITORS (73.10% NEW VISITORS AND 26.90% RETURN VISITORS, MAINLY FROM USA, THAILAND, INDIA NEPAL, AND UK) AND A MORE ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT OF WOCAN IN SOCIAL MEDIA SUCH AS FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND LINKEDIN. WOCAN'S FACEBOOK PAGE HAD 578 LIKES, 60% OF WHICH ARE FROM WOMEN AND 38% FROM MEN, FROM 45 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. THE TOP FIVE SOURCE COUNTRIES ARE: USA, NEPAL, INDIA, INDONESIA AND THAILAND. SIMILARLY, THE WOCAN TWITTER ACCOUNT HAS ABOUT 456 FOLLOWERS AND THE INTERESTS OF FOLLOWERS IS NONPROFIT, GREEN SOLUTIONS, GOVERNMENT, BIOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. WOCAN ALSO HAS A LINKEDIN GROUP WITH 970 MEMBERS; THE TOP FIVE COUNTRIES REPRESENTED BY OUR MEMBERS ARE KENYA USA, PAKISTAN, ETHIOPIA AND NEPAL.WOCAN LAUNCHED THE WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE & NRM MEETING (WARM) IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. WARM IS AN INFORMAL GATHERING INITIATED BY WOCAN TO SHARE, LEARN AND BUILD A NETWORK OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN ISSUES RELATED TO WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WITH MEN WARMLY WELCOMED). IN 2014, THERE WERE SIX WARM EVENTS ORGANIZED IN BANGKOK, AND WE HAVE AN GROWING LIST OF OVER 120 INDIVIDUALS REPRESENTING RESEARCH INSTITUTES, PRIVATE SECTOR, UN AGENCIES, DONORS, INGO AND NGOS, WHO ARE INTERESTED TO ATTEND THE MEETING. 
Financial data
Expense categories (totals)
Sum (total functional expenses)$543,532.00$785,593.00$1,244,393.00
Program services (total functional expenses)$454,958.00$624,144.00$998,549.00
Management & general (total functional expenses)$72,311.00$152,674.00$239,799.00
Fundraising (total functional expenses)$16,263.00$8,775.00$6,045.00
Revenue
Total revenue$595,880.00$895,698.00$1,229,476.00
Program service revenue (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$593,867.00$893,805.00$1,228,977.00
Investment income$460.00$499.00$0.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$1,553.00$1,394.00$499.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$593,867.00$893,805.00$1,228,977.00
Gross receipts$595,880.00$895,698.00$1,229,476.00
Sources of contributions
Contributions revenue from membership dues$1,479.00$696.00 
Revenue from gov't grants$424,145.00$766,764.00$940,944.00
Revenue from all other contributions$168,243.00$126,345.00$288,033.00
Other types of revenue
Miscellaneous revenue (total)$1,553.00$1,394.00$499.00
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$460.00$499.00 
Net rental income$0.00$0.00$0.00
Fees for services
Legal fees (total)$11,477.00$33,211.00$22,268.00
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$8,775.00$6,045.00
Accounting service fees (total)$10,756.00$18,460.00$14,104.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$578,615.00$559,604.00$556,653.00
Total assets, beginning of year$559,604.00$556,653.00$485,964.00
Total liabilities$9,429.00$42,766.00$149,920.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$42,766.00$149,920.00$64,314.00
Pledges & accounts receivable, net$60,644.00$141,371.00$204,431.00
Temporarily restricted net assets$366,361.00$346,257.00$238,896.00
Net assets$569,186.00$516,838.00$406,733.00
Net assets, beginning of year$516,838.00$406,733.00$421,650.00
Other assets$5,315.00$5,360.00$6,225.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$77,264.00$56,234.00$345,997.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$56,234.00$345,997.00$399,165.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$52,348.00$110,105.00-$14,917.00
Advertising (total) $21,426.00$2,948.00
Savings & temp cash investment$435,392.00$340,405.00 
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$0.00$16,234.00 
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$9,429.00$42,766.00$149,920.00
Total net assets or fund balances$569,186.00$516,838.00$406,733.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members966
Number of independent voting members966
Financial sheets auditedTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2015-01-012014-01-012013-01-01
Tax year end date2015-12-312014-12-312013-12-31
Accounting methodAccrualAccrualAccrual
Indicators for schedules (selected)
Business transaction with family memberTrueTrueTrue
Metadata about the filing
E-return type990990990
Date e-filing submitted2016-08-292015-08-132014-12-29
IRS schema version2015v2.12014v5.02013v3.0
Filing identifier201621179349300842201532099349300708201441539349300804
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