INSO Key Data Dashboard, Jan 2016 to Aug 2018

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This dashboard provides aggregated global data on the safety & security incidents affecting NGOs in those countries covered by INSO*. It is intended to improve the visibility of macro-trends in humanitarian safety in order to raise awareness, inform research and strengthen operational practise. All data is sourced from INSO and assumed correct at the time of publishing. Please read below for advanced definitions & meanings. The information contained in this dashboard may be cited or reproduced only with credit to INSO.

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Source International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO)
Contributor
Date of Dataset Jan 01, 2016 - Aug 31, 2018
Expected Update Frequency Every month
Location
Visibility
Public
License
Methodology Direct Observational Data/Anecdotal Data
Caveats / Comments

DEFINITIONS & OTHER INFORMATION

INCIDENT – For the purpose of this dashboard, ‘incident’ means all events reported to INSO regardless of type, severity, perpetrator, intent or outcome. For instance it includes all petty criminal robberies and threats as well as all armed assaults and bombings. It includes all accidental involvement as well as all deliberate and targeted attacks. It includes all incidents in which no one was injured or hurt and all those in which someone was.
AFFECTING – For the purpose of this dashboard, ‘affecting’ simply means that the incident had an NGO within its victims/targets. This could be either alone or as a group or just as part of the general public and includes all forms of involvement such as accidental, collateral or targeted.
NGO – means legally established as a private, non-profit & tax-exempt organisation i.e in UK a Charity, in USA a 501(c) (3), in Belgium an ASBL etc operating in accordance with the Red Cross Code of Conduct plus the ICRC and National Society. The organisation must be registered as a non-profit in both its home State and the country of operation. The definition does not include any UN Agency, Fund or Programme or any Private Development Contractors.
SERIOUS – For the purpose of this dashboard, ‘serious’ means any incident that resulted in a death, injury or abduction of an NGO staff. While other incidents can also be very serious, we just make this primary division for the purpose of observing what percentage of all incidents result in these most serious outcomes.

  • Countries covered by INSO at the time of writing include only: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Ukraine, Kenya, Somalia, CAR, DRC, Mali and Nigeria.

Disclaimer: INSO exists to provide dedicated support services to the NGO community. As a free service, INSO and its donors or partners, accept no liability whatsoever for claims that may result from the provision or utilisation of these free services. Whilst every effort is made to verify data, information remains subject to change. The dashboard should not be used in lieu of specific security risk assessments undertaken by your NGO prior to any action.

Contact: For further information or feedback on this dashboard, or other INSO services, please contact: info@ngosafety.org

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