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The International Human Rights Commission, International Human Rights Commission Relief Fund Trust became an Intergovernmental Organization on November 22, 2012 after the first meeting of Intergovernmental Relations Council (IGRC) under the Presidentship of His Excellency General, Emile Lahoud former President of Lebanon, in which IHRC passed its status to work as Intergovernmental Organization The International Human Rights Commission Relief Trust Fund has its Diplomatic/official Representations in forty-two countries and more than seventy five thousand members around the world connected through websites- http://ihrc-hq.org, Facebook/electronic mail etc. By March 12, 2012, more than 2250 Non-Governmental Agencies and Civil Society Organizations from different nations linked-up and got memberships of the Commission.
The International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) MENA HQ steers the affairs of all the Middle East/African countries in the International Management Council as a recognized unit working under the supervision of Amb. Dr. Haissam Bou-Said, IHRC's Deputy Foreign Minister/Special Representative Envoy to the United Nations of Geneva (UNOG).
Board of Directors Chairman/President,Ambassador Dr. Muhammad Shahid Amin Khan Vice Chairperson, Ambassador Mrs. Asra Khan High Representative for Foreign & International Relations, Ambassador Dr. Haissam Bou Said Regional Vice Chairpersons, (EU) Ambassador Malik Nasim Ahmed Khan, (Asia, Africa, America, Australia
MISSION Gather resources and funding to provide healthy living conditions to the displaced people housed in Relief Camps and Conduct Relief Operation to counter sufferings of humanity around world WHO WE ARE IHRC Relief Fund Trust Registered is a team of more than 13,600 Volunteer around the world includes professionals who can help turn crisis into opportunity for millions around the world. By trade, we are engineers, financial analysts, drivers, community organizers, project managers, public health experts, administrators, social entrepreneurs and logistical. In spirit, we are activists, optimists, innovators and proud partners of the people we serve in Peace or War or any kind of Natural disaster. No one is more motivated or better equipped to create change than the person whose life and future is at stake and no one is smarter about what help is needed than the one who will benefit from that boost. At IHRC Relief Fund Trust of International Human Rights Commission, our role is to help catalyze the change that communities want to see. It is their potential, their energy, and their ideas that ultimately will conquer the difficulties they face. Our job is to listen, assist, and connect them with the resources that will help them turn crisis into opportunity. Our programs is be led by people of the region that speak their languages, know history, and actively invest in developing its human network. While our team members make critical contributions, we do not import foreign cures or impose developed-world perspectives. There are no one-size-fits-all solutions at IHRC Relief Fund Trust. Rather, our teams involve local residents - who deeply comprehend the challenges and have the greatest stake in how they are solved - in designing and pursuing the best strategies for their communities.
The Rules for Membership of IHRC Relief Fund Trust. A. Eligibility for Membership. Any person having the following qualification shall be eligible for membership of the Commission: - (1) Who is of or above 18 years old. (2) Who has reputable character and the sound mind. (3) Who agrees to abide by the constitution and by-laws of the Trust and supports the aims & objects of the IHRC. (4) Who agrees to pay the prescribed fee. (5) No employee of the Trust can become the member. B. Categories of Membership. (1) Patron. A person who Pay US$8000 or more in a lump sum to the Trust and whose association with the IHRC is deemed by the Chairman helpful for the promotion of the objectives of the Trust shall be invited by the Chairman to be its patron.
Economic and Social:
Financing for Development:
Gender Issues and Advancement of Women:
Peace and Development in Africa:
Conflict Resolution in Africa:
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