Contact

Stephen Tomlin, VP Program Policy & Planning <stomlin@internationalmedicalcorps.org>

Website

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Description

International Medical Corps UK is a global, humanitarian organisation dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programmes. International Medical Corps UK was established in 2002 as an independent affiliate of the US-based International Medical Corps, with whom it shares the same name, charitable objectives, and mission. Since then, International Medical Corps UK has operated in more than 30 countries. Its project activities are implemented through a common operational platform managed by International Medical Corps under the supervision of International Medical Corps UK. See <http://www.internationalmedicalcorps.co.uk>

IATI identifier

GB-CHC-1093861

Implementation Schedule

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Organisations / agencies covered

In the first instance, International Medical Corps UK's IATI reporting will primarily cover international funding received from DfID, subject to the exclusions below. Funding from other donors, including ECHO, will be added when systems allow.

Timeliness of Data

Data is published within three months of a quarter's end.

Frequency of publication

Quarterly

Frequency of publication (extra comments)

Quarterly in arrears. Disbursements to partners may be updated less frequently.

Units of Aid

By "project", as defined by grant agreement with donor

Segmentation of Published Data

In separate files per country.

Data Definitions and References

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Field Exclusions

TBD

Record Exclusions

Data with internal or high sensitivity for security reasons are excluded, along with those which could contravene confidentiality agreements. Data which is commercially sensitive to International Medical Corps UK, its partners or its suppliers may be excluded.

Thresholds

Transactions that date before July 1, 2014. Projects of less than <$25,000.

Other Constraints

Consolidation of data into one location (IMC Data Mart), work in progress. Lack of data standardization: multiple donors have multiple requirements, leading to multiplicity of data structures.

Data Quality

Data extracted from International Medical Corps UK management systems. Expenditures are internally verified and may be audited internally. Budgets and narratives are subject to change.

User Interface

Link to IATI database will be provided on International Medical Corps UK website.

User Interface Website

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