- The humanitarian imperative comes first.
- Aid is given regardless of race, creed or nationality of the recipients without any distinction of any kind. Aid priorities are calculated on the basis of need alone.
- Aid will not be used to further a particular political or religious standpoint.
- We shall endeavor not to act as instruments for government foreign policy.
- We shall respect culture and custom.
- We shall attempt to build disaster response on local capacities.
- Ways shall be found to involve programme beneficiaries in the management of relief aid.
- Relief must strive to reduce future vulnerabilities to disaster as well as meeting basic needs.
- We hold ourselves accountable to both those we seek to assist and those from whom we accept resources.
- In our information, publicity and advertising activities; we shall recognize disaster victims as dignified human’s not hopeless objects.
- Universal sentiment: All beings are an integral part of life on our planet earth and should be treated with compassion and respect.
- Action inspired by love.
- Ability to be all-inclusive so that everyone feels that he or she has a role to play in development. In short all should move in union in the sprit of moving together.
- Ability to overcome selfish tendencies and to identify with the other.
- Willingness to fight for justice, to be an active part of the movement to create a just society free from exploitation.
- Becoming an example by practice.
Code of ConductSujit Kumar2021-01-11T17:00:28+05:30