Registered Organisations

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Registered Organisations

 DateOrganisationServiceTypeBrief DescriptionSummary Report
2017-10Concern WorldwideCHS CertificationInitial AuditConcern Worldwide was founded in 1968 in response to the Biafran war and famine. Concern has since worked in over 50 countries, responding to major emergencies as well as working in long term development programmes. As of December 2016 Concern employed 3,974 staff in 27 countries, including Ireland and the UK. Geographically, its main focus is Africa (14 countries) although financially, the middle east represents approximately 25% of expenditure because of the scale of the Syrian crisis. Concern’s main thematic areas of intervention are emergency response, livelihoods (Agriculture, Community-based Natural Resource Management; Interaction with Markets and resilience), health and nutrition (including Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health, and WASH), Education: (quality, access & well-being) and disaster risk reduction.
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2017-08Danish Refugee CouncilCHS CertificationInitial AuditThe Danish Refugee Council is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit organisation founded in 1956 by Danish organisations in order to integrate Hungarian refugees in Denmark. DRC is now operational in 40 countries. DRC and the Danish Demining Group (DDG) united as an organisation in 2007 and is a humanitarian mine action and armed violence reduction unit within DRC. DRC’s key intervention sectors are: Protection, legal assistance, shelter, livelihoods, and capacity building. The DDG unit key intervention sectors are: mine risk education, Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) assessment, non-technical surveys, capacity building and clearance support activities. download button
2017-08Mission EastCHS CertificationInitial AuditMission East is an international relief and development organisation, which works to help vulnerable populations, supporting communities’ capacities to organize and assist themselves, through activities ranging from disaster relief to development assistance. It was established in 1991 and its original focus was on former Soviet republics in East Europe. Mission East maintains two Head Offices in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Brussels (Belgium) as well as a small office in Germany. download button
2017-07Save the Children InternationalCHS VerificationInitial AuditSave the Children International (SCI) was launched
in 2011 to deliver international programming through a single organisation, on behalf of the 29 national member organisations. All members share a vision where every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. SCI’s mandate includes humanitarian and development activities and it works in 120 countries globally across a range of sectors - protection, education, health, nutrition, food security and livelihoods, shelter and NFIs, and WASH, and multiple cross-cutting themes.
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2017-06Finn Church AidCHS CertificationInitial AuditFinn Church Aid (FCA) is a faith based organisation founded by the Lutheran Church of Finland in 1947. Today, Finn Church Aid is one of the largest Finnish providers of development cooperation and emergency assistance, and a member of ACT Alliance, a network of church affiliated aid organisations. Finn Church Aid operates where the conditions for life are poorest, working for human dignity and international justice. download button
2017-05Islamic Relief WorldwideCHS CertificationInitial AuditIslamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) is an international faith based humanitarian and development organisation founded and registered in Birmingham UK in 1984. It works in more than 40 countries offering humanitarian relief, development and advocacy support, aiming to reach the most vulnerable communities. IRW’s four global strategic goals are: Reducing the impact of conflicts and natural disasters; empowering communities; mobilising people and funds; strengthening the IR global family.
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2017-05Norwegian Church AidCHS CertificationInitial AuditNorwegian Church Aid is an independent humanitarian and ecumenical organisation with headquarters in Oslo, Norway which was established in 1947. Norwegian Church Aid works together with people and organisations across the world to eradicate poverty and injustice. NCA provides emergency assistance in disasters and works for long-term development in local communities. In order to address the root causes of poverty, NCA advocates for just decisions by public authorities, business and religious leaders.download button
2017-02ACT AllianceCHS CertificationInitial AuditACT Alliance is a coalition of 144 churches and church-related organisations working together in over 100 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalised people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality in keeping with the highest international codes and standards.download button
2017-01Dan Church AidCHS CertificationInitial AuditDanChurchAid, first established in 1922, is an independent, non-profit, faith-based and ecumenical, non-missionary organisation rooted in the Danish National Evangelical Lutheran Church, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. DanChurchAid’s stated purpose is "to help and be advocates of oppressed, neglected and marginalised groups in poor countries and to strengthen their possibilities of a life in dignity".download button
2016-10Plan International GermanyCHS BenchmarkingInitial AuditPlan International Germany’s vision is to develop programmes to "create a better future for children who live in developing countries and whose quality of life and ability to fulfil their potential is affected by extreme poverty, the failure of care by adults, discrimination and exclusion by society, or catastrophic events such as conflict or disasters".
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2016-03CAFODCHS CertificationInitial AuditInitial AuditCAFOD believes that everyone in the world has the right to live their lives with dignity. Working through local Catholic Churches and other partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to fight poverty and injustice, wherever the need is greatest.download button
2017-05CHS CertificationMaintenance Auditdownload button
2016-03Christian AidCHS CertificationInitial AuditChristian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. They provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.download button
2017-04CHS CertificationMaintenance Auditdownload button
2016-03TearfundCHS CertificationInitial AuditTearfund longs for new life and a new sense of worth for people. We do whatever it takes to end poverty and rebuild poor communities.download button
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2016-03Naba’aCHS CertificationInitial AuditNaba'a is a non political, non-profit Lebanese organisation which works with Palestinian and Lebanese communities. It aims to create an environment in which children and young people can develop and live in harmony, regardless of their religion, sex and nationality.download button
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2016-03The Church of SwedenCHS CertificationInitial AuditThe Church of Sweden, works with local organisations and churches to be able to better contribute toward long-term sustainable development in the contexts in which their partner organisations operate. download button
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