INSSA strives to encourage cooperation, innovation, and resource sharing among aid workers, humanitarian and development assistance organizations, donor agencies, and governmental bodies by creating a network of individuals, organizations, specialists, and a body of knowledge dedicated to the safety and security of aid workers. INSSA will take collaboration to the next level through expanding its existing forums, creating opportunities for networking and engaging the wider community in the cutting edge, professionalization of the NGO security community. In recognition of the growing number of mobile internet users, particularly in low-income countries where mobile broadband is often the only method available, INSSA will develop a mobile application and refine its existing website for mobile web-users to further facilitate means of collaboration for its diverse global membership.
INSSA’s current individual members represent over 348 organizations, covering program operations in 130 countries. INSSA’s webpage has been utilized be people in over 140 countries and the membership continues to grow. Visit one of the INSSA Groups and collaborate with fellow aid workers from around the globe.