DAISI is committed to providing high quality projects that result in real and lasting change. This can only be achieved through  good Governance and the ongoing development of policies for all activities it engages in.  The following administrative policies (based on the ACFID principles & Code of Conduct) are at the front and centre of DAISI’s Governance.

 

 

1.AUTONOMY

1.1 Autonomy & Independence

  1. DONATIONS

2.1 Donation of Medical Supplies

  1. FINANCE

3.1 Fundraising

3.2 Conflict of Interest Policy and Safeguards

3.4 Conflict of interest Code of Conduct

  1. HUMAN RESOURCES

4.1 Recruitment of volunteers & members

4.2 Recruitment of Employees

4.3 Staff Safety & Security Policy

  1. PARTNERS

5.1 Project Risk Appraisal

5.2 Collaboration

  1. PHOTOGRAPHY

6.1 Photography

  1. PROTECTION

7.1 Disability

7.2 Environment protection

7.3 Gender equality

7.4 Human rights

7.5 Privacy

7.5.1 Collecting Information about you
7.5.2 Sharing Information about you
7.5.3 Keeping your Information Safe
7.5.4 Resolving your privacy issues
7.5.5 Updating or Deleting your information
7.7.6 Use of photos videos, imagery and articles

7.6 Sexual exploitation

7.7 Those affected by humanitarian crisis

7.8 Vulnerable persons

  1. REPORTING

8.1 Complaints & Whistleblowing

8.2 Development versus Non-Development activity

8.3 Self-improvement policy

  1. RISK MANAGEMENT

9.1 Risk Management

9.2 Anti-Corruption

9.3 Audit and Risk Committee

9.4 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans

9.4.1 Critical Personnel 

9.4.2 Funding Disruption 

9.4.3 Information Technology Disruption

9.4.4 Natural Disaster

9.4.5 Negative Media Portrayal of DAISI

9.5 Cheque Signatories

9.6 Covid

9.7 Foreign Currency Exchange

9.8 Fraud Control

9.9. Finance reserves  

9.10 Prevention of Terrorism Financing

9.11 Social Media

 

 

 

DAISI’s policies are compliant and made in consultation with the following governing bodies: