IRCA already created and maintains the collaboration of governmental, private, non-profit institutions and communities at large in the targeted areas in Somalia to promote sustainable livelihoods among the most vulnerable communities in both urban and rural areas. IRCA is a member of both national and zonal sector clusters in Food Security and Livelihoods, Health, Education, Nutrition, WASH in Somalia. It has established cooperation with several Network and Coalition bodies in the region.
IRCA is working to gain the trust and confidence among the humanitarian actors in Somalia and trying to attract funds from various donor and INGOs. So far IRCA has the following partners;
The organization strives to rise funding from both the international and local donors to sustain its objectives and activities. It has developed accountability and transparency mechanisms in conducting in its own projects. The organization has very strict financial management policy, systems, and control mechanisms. It creates cooperation and working relationship with the local businesspersons and the international donor agencies.
It has fund-raising strategy plan that through program development proposals has so far attracted funds from:
IRCA organizational strength lies within the skills, knowledge, and experiences of its member organizations.
Governance and Management Instruments
IRCA is having separate policies on the following issues: