International Medical Corps is committed to ensuring that our programs are of the highest quality. In our mission to help the world's most devastated communities return to self reliance, we’re continually looking to improve the delivery of our programs by measuring our quality and performance.
Monitoring and Evaluation
In order to monitor the performance and effectiveness of our current programs, and to improve the delivery of future projects, International Medical Corps regularly conducts program evaluations. We are committed to including monitoring and evaluation components into program planning and delivery wherever possible. In addition to conducting external evaluations by independent consultants and authoritative bodies, International Medical Corps is also strengthening our internal capacity for learning.
Transparency and Accountability
In March 2011, International Medical Corps became Full Members of the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership, reinforcing our commitment to the highest international standards.
International Medical Corps’ Accountability Framework
International Medical Corps has a publicly available Accountability Framework (AF) to provide an overview of the work that we do and make a clear declaration of interest regarding the funding we receive, the partners we have, the memberships and associations we are signatories to and the countries in which we work. The framework also outlines the main policies, international standards and guidelines against which we measure our performance and states our commitment to further strengthen relationships with our stakeholders.
The Accountability Framework can be downloaded here.