FIDI's commitments


Our dedication to quality is a founding principle of FIDI. FIDI developed and implemented a recognised and certified quality control procedure, the FIDI Accredited International Mover (FAIM) programme, which is considered to be the ultimate professional industry standard worldwide.
Complying to the FAIM standard is the essential condition to be a FIDI member. This ensures final customers that only the top quality movers are part of the network.

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption

FIDI is determined to lead the relocation industry by taking a clear stand against bribery and corruption. By doing so, FIDI will protect the best interests of the industry, the Affiliates and their customers. To fulfill this FIDI has introduced a mandatory Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Charter that must be signed and adhered to by all FIDI Affiliates.


FIDI is committed to supporting charity projects in underdeveloped areas to make a real tangible difference to these communities. FIDI supported Bertrams Junior School in Johannesburg, South Africa to offer more children from the local community to receive a full school education between 2006-2015. FIDI now supports Operation Smile Honduras (OSH), a charity dedicated to providing operative procedures for children born with cleft lip and palate disorders from under-priviledged communities throughout Honduras.

Between 2006-2015, through a variety of fundraising events and activities, the FIDI Community succeeded in raising $203,000 for 'Bertrams Junior School' in Johannesburg, South Africa. This money is now being used to build new classrooms and facilities which will directly ensure that many more children can receive an education in the local community and that they can existing pupils can stay at school for longer to receive a full education. Watch this space for progress updates and photos of the ongoing building project.

Since 2015, FIDI is fundraising for Operation Smile Honduras. So far more than $60,000 has been raised and FIDI will be funding a week long medical mission, operating on 100 children in December 2016. You can follow this project and the upcoming medical mission actively via