INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF REDCROSS AND RED CRESECENT SOCIETIES Presented By: Zarah Faraz
HISTORY OF IFRC• IFRC is a non-profit organization aimed at providing different forms of services to a number of deserving people.• The movement branches out into 3 major organizational, all united under the same flag with the main aim of providing humanitarian services to the people.
PRODUCT• Health and Social Services• Migration• Humanitarian Logistics.• Disaster Management• Disaster law Visiting detainees• Protecting civilians• Reuniting families
PLACE AND TIME• Evolution of IFRC • Established in May 1919, in Paris as the because of the consequences of world war 1. • It all started of with 5 nations and the number has grown to 186 over the years, including an operating centre in all the 186 nations. • The head quarter is in Geneva ,Switzerland
PRICE• IFRC being a non-profit organization has no price tags attached to the services it provides .• The finance is raised mainly through the donations• European Union is one example of organizations that generously and voluntarily donate to IFRC
PROMOTION• The promotional campaigns for IFRC are carried out through different source that includes: • Electronic Media • Internet • Television • Print Media • Newspapers • Magazines
PEOPLE• VOLUNTEERS• STAFF MEMBERS• THE PEOPLE SEEKING IFRC SERVICES“ There are around 97 million people that perform their duties towards humanity ,making red cross a global organization .”
PROCESSFor all the services that the organization provides, it has adifferent kind of process in the form of a question answer sessionwith the person in question, just for the purpose of obtainingrelevant information necessary for IFRC to provide the services .
PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY• RED CROSS has come forward as a brand, an NGO with an aim of a non-profit organization.• Now when associated as a brand, it obviously provides good quality services to all, regardless of the religion, color, nationalities etc• Productivity is also of good standards in terms of the staff of IFRC .
PHYSICAL EVIDENCE/EXISTENCE• The physical building of the headquarters-picture• The camps held on the war side-picture• Newspaper clips-picture