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RFQ - Personal Safety Training, Somalia
18 October 2016
Attention Training Providers: INSO Somalia has launched a Request for Quotations for Personal Security Courses ...Read more
Launch: Key Data Dashboard
19 Aug 2016
This World Humanitarian Day we are proud to introduce the world's first Key Data Dashboard, which is now acces...Read more
Request for Tender Applications - DRC
16 August 2016
INSO DRC has opened a request for applications to training experts (individuals, NGOs and firms) for the design and impl...Read more
Members Survey & Review
26 July 2016
We are delighted to release the summary of a recent Members Survey & Review.The review took in the views of som...Read more
The Accountable Humanitarian Professional
28 April 2016
We are pleased to present our new Statement of Organisational Principles that will replace the Mandate section of our cu...Read more


Passionate about #NGO safety and keen to serve in the public interest? We may have just the opportunity for you:
22 Feb 2017
NGO security incidents for Jan 2017. Four fatalities. Track all 2017 data on monthly basis:…
16 Feb 2017
Donor cooperation for global innovation! Thanks: @eu_echo @DFID_UK @theOFDA @NorwayMFA @MinBZ @AECID_es
02 Feb 2017
Abduction/kidnap was not a major issue for NGOs over 2016 with >80% of all cases in #DRC and #Afghanistan alone. Most released unharmed.
25 Jan 2017
The evidence for risk transfer is clear: 97% of NGO fatalities in 2016 were national staff: #RealFacts
25 Jan 2017
Over 2016, #Syria remained the most violent context in terms of NGO death and injury while #CARCrisis saw the highest absolute numbers.
25 Jan 2017
See fully updated figures for all of 2016 on our Key Data Dashboard:
25 Jan 2017
Updated #NGO security incident data for Dec 2016. #CARcrisis #INSOData
25 Jan 2017
@OCHA_CAR & importantly these attacks led #CARcrisis to rank 2nd for NGO Injuries in 2016 ahead of #Afghanistan, #Iraq & #Somalia.
29 Dec 2016
(4/4): Effective policy will address the most likely scenario first – national staff fatality in 5% of incidents. #INSOData
12 Dec 2016