"MSF is accountable and actively transparent to those we assist, our donors and the wider public"
La Mancha Agreement, Athens, 2006
In 2006, at the landmark La Mancha meeting, MSF agreed to seek active transparency and accountability to improve the relevance, effectiveness and quality of its interventions. The result has been an increased investment in developing evaluation capacity in the organisation.
The Intersectional Evaluation Group (IEG) consists of three units based in Vienna, Stockholm, and Paris, who together meet the evaluation needs within MSF. Enquires can be directed to the individual offices below.