b. Assistance is provided regardless of the race, creed, nationality, gender, religious affiliation, or political viewpoint, and without adverse distinction of any kind.
c. Assistance is not provided to further any particular religious or political viewpoint.
d. The organization shall make all reasonable efforts not to act as an instrument of any government’s foreign policy.
e. Assistance programs shall be developed to involve the aid recipients and local community in the process, delivery, and provision of such assistance.
f. The organization shall make all reasonable efforts to develop assistance programs that will reduce future vulnerabilities.
h. Those whom we seek to assist shall be treated with respect and dignity.
i. The organization shall respect culture and custom when assisting.
j. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers of the organization shall demonstrate high moral standards and avoid an appearance of impropriety or conflict of interest.
k. The organization shall seek to take all reasonable steps to promote a civil society and support of the rule of law.
b. Children of Persia supports the core principals established by the United Nations Inter-Agency Standing Committee relating to the prevention of sexual exploitation of women and children.
c. Children of Persia, in the development of its mission and programs, embraces the philosophy and spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
d. Children of Persia recognizes, supports and incorporates the principals of the Code of Conduct of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
b. All of Children of Persia’s activities shall reflect an attitude of openness and transparency. We hold ourselves accountable to our donors and beneficiaries, from both a financial perspective and program effectiveness perspective. Our programs and operations will be based upon the highest standards of professionalism and expertise.
c. We will strive to work in partnership with others, including non-governmental organizations, that share Children of Persia’s mission and respect the guiding principals and core documents upon which Children of Persia has developed this Code of Conduct.
b. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers of Children of Persia shall not solicit or accept gifts, goods, or any form of gratification for services provided or to be provided by virtue of his/her position in or association with Children of Persia.
c. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers of Children of Persia should avoid using their positions or any information made available to them in the course of their duties to benefit themselves, their relations or any other person with whom they have personal and social ties. They should avoid putting themselves in a position that may lead to an actual or perceived conflict of interest with Children of Persia.
d. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers of Children of Persia, while carrying out their official responsibilities, shall not have relations with any particular interest group.
e. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers of Children of Persia shall in a performance of his/her duties and functions be accountable to Children of Persia for the works carried out by him/her or on his/her behalf.
f. Directors, Officers, and Volunteers shall abide by all laws and regulations, including those laws and regulations administered by the United States Office of Foreign Assets Control.