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  APT-AID Principles

                                                                                                    

The APT-AID

Principles of Good Governance

 

 Donor agencies that sign up to APT-AID Principles commit to:

• Post on-line the budget, project documents and financial and activity reports for all development programs;
 
• Require that aid recipients publicize their projects’ objectives, budgets and results;
 
• Treat allegations of waste, fraud or abuse, within their own institutions or among partners or beneficiaries, in a transparent manner, to include publicizing crimes when they do occur and seeking remedy, including incarceration and recovery of stolen assets when appropriate, through established legal channels;
 
• Provide clear channels for whistle-blowing through independent intermediaries, to include email, phone and mailing contacts;
 
• Obtain from each recipient a signed commitment to abide and enforce a Code of Conduct that accords with the provisions of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption regarding embezzlement, misappropriation, and diversion of property, trading in influence, abuse of functions and bribery.
 
Recipient agencies that sign up to APT-AID Principles commit to:
 
• Publicize the source of all funding, including the amounts donated and for which projects;
 
• Post on-line financial and activity reports for each project undertaken
 
• Treat allegations of waste, fraud or abuse, within their own institutions or among partners or beneficiaries, in a transparent manner, to include publicizing crimes when they do occur and seeking remedy, including incarceration and recovery of stolen assets when appropriate, through established legal channels;
 
• Provide clear channels for whistle-blowing through independent intermediaries, to include email, phone and mailing contacts.
 
• Obtain from each member of staff and partners a signed commitment to abide and enforce a Code of Conduct that accords with the provisions of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption regarding embezzlement, misappropriation, and diversion of property, trading in influence, abuse of functions and bribery.
 

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