Human Practice Foundation does not tolerate corruption. One of the main reasons we registered as an INGO in both Nepal and Kenya was to hire our own teams in both countries to minimize corruption risks.

We control how project funding is spent through thorough financial reporting to minimize the risk of corruption. We are working directly with the school management, who have very strict reporting demands and provide thorough financial and progress reports according to predefined milestones that have been shared with donors.

In addition, Human Practice Foundation works with a dual approval principle, ensuring that no transaction is conducted without at least two parties, who are part of Human Practice Foundation’s Management team signing off on the transaction.