Our Approach to Accountability
For SCIAF, accountability means taking ownership of the decisions we make and the impact we have on others.
For SCIAF accountability means not only working to recognised national and international standards, but honoring the trust given to us by the whole SCIAF family. We’re committed to an efficient use of our resources, improving all aspects of our work, and being held accountable to measurable results.
We are signatories to various sets of standards which underpin our work at all levels of the organisation.
Each of our supporters and their contribution is truly valued by SCIAF. We treat all our supporters with respect, integrity and warmth.
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In 2022, our generous supporters raised over £4.9 million to change lives.
We are thankful for generous support from major institutional donors such as governments and universities which allows us to increase the scale of our work.
We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults who are involved with SCIAF in any capacity.
Our Code of Conduct provides clear guidance to all staff and representatives of SCIAF which they are expected to uphold.
Your privacy and your trust is of utmost importance to us. We are committed to ensuring we meet all legal requirements and adhere to best practice.
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