A new President and CEO, new Board and Executive Management, and new levels of transparency, oversight, and accountability. IRD is committed to the highest standards of integrity, with an organization-wide ethos of continuous improvement.
Roger Ervin joined IRD December 1, 2014.
IRD is vertically and horizontally aligned to its core competency in three practice areas—where our programs have the highest impact for beneficiaries. IRD is lean and value-driven.
Our focus is in the field, supporting our teams on the ground to achieve maximum results.
IRD’s business units are specifically organized for the most effective support of field operations.
From ensuring financial integrity to performance management and global field support—IRD leverages technology and innovative structures across all operations.
The Civilian Victims Support Program and the Pakistan Institute of Prosthetics and Orthotic Sciences (PIPOS) sent a mobile health unit to the Kurram Agency's Headquarters Hospital in the agency's capital, Parachinar.
IRD is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization responsible for implementing relief and development programs worldwide. IRD’s mission is to empower the world’s most vulnerable communities to achieve self-sufficiency through innovative solutions, applied knowledge and targeted expertise.
IRD is implementing programs in countries across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East.
Roger Ervin, President and CEO of International Relief & Development, has over 25 years of experience leading and managing large organizations with complex missions, including executive positions at the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Commercial Service, and the African Development Bank.
Jeffrey Oak, PhD, is a nationally recognized expert on compliance and ethics and serves as Chairman of the Board.
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