Contact

n/a

Website

http://www.rescue-uk.org/

Description

International Rescue Committee UK is the European headquarters of the IRC global network. We support people uprooted by conflict or natural disaster to rebuild their lives quickly, safely and with dignity.

IATI identifier

GB-CHC-1065972

Implementation Schedule

n/a

Organisations / agencies covered

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Timeliness of Data

IRC UK will publish data quarterly, in line with quarterly reporting, one month after the end of the reported quarter.

Frequency of publication

Quarterly

Frequency of publication (extra comments)

1 quarter in arrears

Units of Aid

A separate activity document will be created for each project.

Segmentation of Published Data

A separate activity document will be created for each project.

Data Definitions and References

IRC UK is currently using two methods of publishing. We have five activities published via CSV2IATI, which have been published as separate files. We are also using AidStream to publish data, the Activities for which are hosted in a single Activity file.

Field Exclusions

IRC UK is working to develop an open information policy which will clearly outline what we will publish and in which context, with a policy to be developed in 2017.

Record Exclusions

n/a

Thresholds

IRC UK will publish disbursements to partners for each of the published grants. We are exploring how best to represent our expenditures using the IATI Standard.

Other Constraints

IRC UK's systems are not currently designed to collect the information according to the IATI Standard. The publication of some information, at this stage, may therefore be cost prohibitive. IRC UK is also in the process of assessing the security implications of publishing certain information and is working to develop an open information policy which will address these considerations.

Data Quality

IRC UK will publish data which may not have been audited.

User Interface

IRC UK does not currently have a bespoke user interface for our data, but interested parties can find visualisations of our data on our profile of the D-Portal.

User Interface Website

http://d-portal.org/ctrack.html?search&publisher=GB-CHC-1065972#view=main