Mission & budget
Who is EENA?
EENA, the European Emergency Number Association, is a non-governmental organisation based in Brussels, with the mission to contribute to improving the functioning of emergency services for citizens.
Our mission: Contribute to improving the functioning of emergency services for citizens.
What do we believe in?
In transparency in what we do, what we strive for and how we work. We are registered in the EU
transparency register, which we believe should be mandatory.
||In integrity, in staying true to our mission, in working ethically and aware of our responsibilities.|
||In people, both in the organisation and out: a community of people working together for people.|
In change, in thinking outside the box, in embracing new ways of working, in new technologies that
help with the issues of the emergency services field.
In getting things done, in delivering what we commit to, in providing tangible results and in
contributing to our cause the best way we can.
And how do we do that?
We serve as a discussion platform for all stakeholders in the emergency services field: public authorities & emergency services, decision makers, researchers, associations and solution providers.
So, who are the EENA Members?
The EENA memberships include more than 1300 emergency services representatives from over 80 countries world-wide, 90 solution providers, 11 international associations/organisations, more than 200 Members of the European Parliament and more than 90 researchers.
EENA Advisory board
The EENA Advisory Board gathers private companies, consultancies and international organisations/associations. The purpose of the EENA Advisory Board is to advise EENA and its members in order to achieve the EENA objectives.
EENA BUDGET 2015
In 2015, EENA’s revenues reached 660,000 EUR, of which:
- 57% from private companies membership (EENA Advisory Board);
- 5% from EU funded projects;
- 30% from events;
- 8% from other operating revenues.
- 71% for personnel and consultants;
- 29% for event, office rental and supplies, website, business trips (not exhaustive).
NB: EENA is not structurally funded by the European Commission and private companies cannot take decisions for EENA as they are members of an advisory board.
You can consult the EENA registration statutes and balance sheets on the right hand-side.
- Annual Report 2015 (6 mb)
- Annual Report 2014 (3 mb)
- Updated official registration of EENA as a non profit association within the Belgian law (198 kb)
- Balance sheet 2015 (5 kb)
- Balance sheet 2014 (6 kb)
- Balance sheet 2013 (6 kb)
- Balance sheet 2012 (6 kb)
- Balance sheet 2011 (17 kb)
- Balance sheet 2010 (17 kb)
- Balance sheet 2009 (9 kb)
- Balance sheet 2008 (15 kb)
- Balance sheet 2007 (9 kb)