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Connecting people and ideas, systems and solutions to achieve justice for all.

TitleIRC annual report 2023
Publication TypeAnnual Report
Year of Publication2024
Pagination42 p. : boxes, fig., photogr.
Date Published06/2024
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Type of WorkAnnual report
Publication LanguageEnglish

The 2023 Annual Report encapsulates IRC's commitment to connecting people and ideas, systems and solutions to achieve justice for all. It reflects on the year's achievements, including the All Systems Connect International Symposium, which drew over 700 participants and reinforced the collective drive for systems change critical for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The report outlines IRC's transformative journey, marked by the adoption of the OneIRC federation model, and highlights the financial challenges faced, resulting in a strategic restructuring to focus on the Global South.

The report showcases the impact of the One For All alliance, reaching 17 countries and aiming to close the service gap for billions globally. It details the progress towards the 2030 vision for WASH services at national and district levels, with stories from partner countries illustrating systemic change driven by local and national systems leaders. The report includes an "IRC at a glance" infographic, providing data on 2023 progress and its contribution to the Destination 2030 Theory of Change.

IRC's work in Africa, Asia, and globally is highlighted, demonstrating IRC's role in influencing political agendas, driving change, and mobilizing finances for WASH initiatives. The report concludes with an overview of governance and staffing, financial statements, supporters of IRC's work, and expenditure per program in 2023. It features quotes from clients, local communities, donors, partners, and colleagues, emphasizing the collaborative effort to deliver lasting WASH services for all. 

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