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French Federation of Cardiology


The French Federation of Cardiology (FFC), a non-profit organisation governed by the law of 1901 and created in 1964, has been recognised as a public-interest organisation since 1977. It brings together 27 independent regional cardiology associations, spread throughout the country, mainly around the following actions: preventing cardiovascular diseases, promoting cardiology research, providing information on life-saving techniques, and helping with the rehabilitation of patients. With the jurisdiction to audit the use of funds of organisations appealing for public donations, the Court of Accounts investigated a period spanning the terms of office of two presidents of the federation (2017-2021). Over this period, although several modernisation projects were launched, the one on strategic thinking is still to be carried out, as the federation is developing its programmes unequally, and leaving part of the funds raised unused.

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