INSO is a publicly funded non-profit Foundation (ANBI) in the Netherlands.
The foundation is registered in the Commercial Register of the Chamber of Commerce under number KvK No. 73728489.
INSO is legally registered as an independent, non-profit organisation in each country it operates.
INSO services are 100% free of charge to members and are available to both national and international NGOs.
Read our FY20 Financial Statement & Report.
We acknowledge the generous support of our donors:
The European Commission Directorate General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (DG-ECHO)
ECHO aims to save and preserve life, prevent and alleviate human suffering and safeguard the integrity and dignity of populations affected by natural disasters and man-made crises. EU assistance, amounting to one of the world's largest, is enshrined in the Treaty of Lisbon and supported by EU citizens an as expression of European solidarity with any person or people in need.
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
An important part of Norwegian foreign and international development policy is concerned with saving lives, alleviating suffering and protecting civilians affected by war and conflict. Norwegian humanitarian efforts are focused on countries where there are great, unmet humanitarian needs, where Norway is particularly well placed to make a contribution, or where the measures concerned support peace and reconciliation processes.
The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Department for Stabilisation and Humanitarian Aid (DSH)
promotes stability: we support humanitarian assistance and reconstruction and
promote peace and security, rule of law and good governance; before, during and
after crisis situations.
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Switzerland’s international cooperation agency within the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). In operating with other federal offices concerned, SDC is responsible for the overall coordination of development activities and cooperation with Eastern Europe, as well as for the humanitarian aid delivered by the Swiss Confederation.
The Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MFEA) defines and implements Luxembourg's foreign and European policy. It coordinates the Luxembourg government's external action. The MFEA acts in the best interest of Luxembourg and its citizens. It endeavours to promote a coherent approach towards diplomacy, defence, development and immigration.
German Humanitarian Assistance Within the German Government, responsibility for humanitarian assistance lies with the Federal Foreign Office. Through its Crisis Response Centre at the Head Office in Berlin, it can be contacted round the clock and can get relief measures underway within hours. Its network of missions abroad plays a crucial role in early warning and quickly establishing contact with those affected and relief organisations on the ground.
Global Affairs Canada GAC is the department of the Government of Canada that manages Canada's diplomatic and consular relations, encourages Canadian international trade, and leads Canada's international development and humanitarian assistance..
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Sida is a government agency working on behalf of the Swedish parliament and government, with the mission to reduce poverty in the world. Through their work and in cooperation with others, they contribute to implementing Sweden’s Policy for Global Development. Their goal is to enable people living in poverty and oppression to improve their lives.