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Re-certified again for Good Governance

2021-07-29

We are excited and proud to inform that we got good governance recertification from SGS NGO Benchmarking. We owe the endorsement to our commitment to adhering to the highest standards of accountability, transparency and good governance.

 

SGS RENEWAL

 

The journey began in 2017,  when the Federation Humana People to People commenced a thorough review of its governance policies and procedures and their implementation.

The Committee of the Federation Humana People to People decided to measure the governance against the SGS NGO Benchmarking standards through an external audit.

SGS NGO Benchmarking is a certification for non-governmental organisations issued by the internationally renowned inspection and certification company SGS. The conformity to best practices of an organisation’s policies and procedures and the organisation’s compliance with these standards are audited within 12 defined areas.

The audit was completed in June 2021, and the Federation Humana People to People received the SGS NGO Benchmarking Certificate, valid for the next three years, as a proof of its conformity and compliance with best practices within governance.

The 2021 recertification follows the first awarding of a similar recognition in June 2018.

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