IBC is part of Sphere, which aims to increase transparent and principled project management, especially for quality and accountability, by setting standards for humanitarian action around the world.
For more than 20 years, IBC, with its experienced and dynamic structure, has been developing and implementing impartial and independent solutions and projects to improve the lives of people living in the most disadvantaged regions of the world and affected by crises.
IBC is a non-governmental organisation with the status of Special Consultant to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and is also a member of ICVA (International Voluntary Organisations Association). Since its establishment, it has always adopted the principle of taking its systems, structures and practices to the next level in order to continuously improve the quality and accountability of the humanitarian relief it provides.
Last year IBC, in partnership with Sphere, provided training to 23 non-governmental organisations working in Syria on the correct and effective implementation of projects for WASH - water supply / sanitation / hygiene, Food security / Nutrition, Shelter / Settlement, Health; project development with logical framework approach, budget preparation principles and monitoring / evaluation processes with practical activities in the presence of expert trainers.
With the principled and rights-based approach of Sphere, of which it is a member, IBC will continue to maintain the effective operations it has developed in humanitarian relief projects and to disseminate its policies by sharing its 23 years of experience with the leading employees of the field.
For the Sphere’s Handbook, which is a product of the year-long intensive work of humanitarian aid actors around the world and is a resource for the use of standards in field operations, policy development and advocacy areas by adopting quality / accountability as a principle: