Global Hand Principles (Summary)

The Global Hand Principles aim to ensure that aid given is good aid. The principles state that aid should be: need driven, quality controlled, determined by informed choices, avoiding aid dependency, exercising economic responsibility; factoring both relief and development constraints; implementing distribution accountability; transparent; cost-effective; legal; and maintainable, applying corporate social responsibility.

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Global Hand

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Asia: 2 countries (show)
Europe: United Kingdom