Working in partnership is at the core of all IMPACT programmes. IMPACT promotes a collaborative approach among international aid actors, national and local stakeholders and communities in order to improve the effectiveness and quality of aid delivery. Partnerships are built at local, country, regional and global levels.
IMPACT is an active member of the global humanitarian and aid system and supports established inter-agency coordination mechanisms. This work is most notably done through IMPACT’s participation in several bodies of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee, as well as through active engagement in global humanitarian clusters and thematic and sectoral networks.
Furthermore, IMPACT partners with other research organisations, the academia and specialized agencies. Through these partnerships, IMPACT contributes to broader efforts to improve research activities and outcomes in contexts of crisis and ensures the continuous adaptation of best practices into its work. Below are examples of IMPACT’s partners.