Original disclosure @ DFC website
Updated in EWS Apr 12, 2023
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According to the DFC, the project consists in the expropriation and political violence coverage for assets and forced abandonment for IRC property and equipment in its branch offices
in 21 countries.
As stated on its website, the International Rescue Committee works in more than 40 countries and in 28 U.S. cities to help people affected by humanitarian crises to survive, recover, and rebuild their life. The International Rescue Committee is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
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Client - International Rescue Committee:
Address: 122 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10168-1289, USA
Phone: + 1 212 551 3000
Fax: + 1 212 551 3179
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF THE UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION (DFC)
The Office of Accountability is an independent office that addresses complaints about environmental or social issues related to DFC-supported projects. The office provides communities an opportunity to have concerns independently reviewed and addressed. If you submit a complaint to the Office of Accountability, it may assist you by either seeking to address your problems by facilitating a problem solving dialogue between you and those implementing the project and/or investigating whether the DFC complied with its policies to prevent environmental, social, human rights, and labor harms.
You can find more information about the Office of Accountability at: https://www.dfc.gov/who-we-are/office-accountability