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The document sets forth a model ethical funding policy for a non-governmental organisations that provides: a process for the NGO to follow when determining whether to accept a donation of funds or other resources and criteria to assess potential or perceived ethical concerns associated with the acceptance of donations from prospective funders. The Ethical Funding Policy (the “Policy”) is adopted to ensure that the NGO properly manages its priorities and projects with appropriate independence from its funders. This Policy also aims at providing transparency regarding the identity of the NGO’s sources of funding to avoid any suspicion of inappropriate influence or conflicts of interest concerning the NGO’s activities. Read more here.

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