Theme: Resource mobilization
The IFRC Donor Advisory Group (DAG) comprised eight members and three observers. The DAG is made up of governments and national societies contributing at least CHF 10 million annually.
Experience from emergency operations of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Netherlands Red Cross (NLRC), show the importance of unearmarked funding.
Thematic funding for the IFRC consists of pooled funds to support the delivery of results in thematic areas, rather than specific programmes or projects. This provides the IFRC with the flexibility to direct the funds where they are needed, when they a …
There are 190 Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies around the globe – independent, local humanitarian organizations serving the world’s most vulnerable communities through their network of 160,000 local branches and 11.5 million volunteers.
Photo Credit: German Red Cross What is Forecast-based Financing? FbF is an approach which enables access to humanitarian funding for early action, that can be taken based on meteorological forecast information, combined with risk analysis, to prepare f …
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) confirms that it is one of a number of non-profit organizations owed money by the online donation provider, Ammado AG.
As one of the world’s largest humanitarian organizations, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is proud of the high regard in which it is held by both the recipients of its services and its supporters. This policy, and associated ‘Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct for Red Cross and Red Crescent Fundraisers’ is intended to provide fund-raisers of the International Movement with principles and guidelines for raising money from all sources.