We're holding ourselves accountable for the successful delivery of services to everyone in our partner districts, of the countries where we work. In this way we ensure that our work on systems strengthening does indeed lead to improved water, sanitation and hygiene service delivery.
By doing so, our work and strategy align with the principles set out in the Agenda for Change partnership of which we are a founding member.
IRC is registered at the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce The Hague (Kamer van Koophandel Haaglanden): registration number (CCI): 41151952
VAT – Number: The VAT – number of IRC is NL800441734B01
IRC is an NGO registered as a Foundation under Dutch Law. It has an oversight model of governance, consisting of a Supervisory Board and a Chief Executive Officer. The Supervisory Board has a role at some distance from daily operations, it approves the annual plan and budget, the annual report and accounts. Operational responsibility rests with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). IRC is committed to a management model based on participation and joint decision making. A Global Works Council elected by and representing IRC staff has a legal regulated advisory or approval authority and meets regularly with the CEO.
2021 was the final year of our medium term strategic plan (as part of IRC’s Strategy Framework 2017-2030). In August 2021, we launched together with Water For People, a US based NGO the Destination 2030 strategy. This joint strategy is now the basis of the One For All alliance, (an alliance of IRC, Water For People and the NGO Water for Good) and includes shared outcomes, a shared results framework and monitoring indicators, and joint impact targets. Our current and past strategies are guiding our work until 2030 and frame our contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals, and particularly Goals 6.1 and 6.2: Universal provision of water and sanitation services. The strategies built on the lessons we have learned over the past 15 years of supporting systems strengthening in our focus countries.
Read our 2022 programme, monitoring and financial reports.
For the reports of previous years, please visit our annual reports page
The IRC Code of Conduct and the IRC Protection Against Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Policy are setting out the rules of conduct to which IRC employees, employer, members of the supervisory board, associates, consultants, interns, young professionals and volunteers must adhere. The Code of Conduct applies at all times whether in or outside normal working hours or locations. Violations of the code can be subject to disciplinary measures.
IRC's External Complaint Policy has been put in place to ensure that all our external stakeholders, donors and partners globally have a clear and accessible means to make a formal complaint about IRC and have it dealt with.