Through it’s Mission and Core Values,
Good Neighbors conducts business with three major business principles : professionalism, transparency, and sustainability.
We are also committed to the responsibilities as a reliable and upright organization through transparent and trustworthy accounting management and organizational operations.
Comply with relevant laws and regulations, and develop clear Audit and Inspection Forms.
Regular management and evaluation of field operations.
Protect and strictly manage the valuable personal information of the people who partner with Good Neighbors.
Build transparent and healthy organizational cultures by strengthening the internal reporting system.
Hire employees based on mission and vision and periodically conduct employee ethics training.
Child Protection Policy
Child Protection Policy is a part of Good Neighbors’ philosophy, and it was instituted in order to protect children’s rights and encourage participation from children to build sustainable futures.
The purpose of Good Neighbors’ Child Protection Policy is to protect the child from all forms of dangers and threats. We proceed our work upon the Child Protection Policy to ensure children’s healthy development and progress.
Good Neighbors Child Protection Policy recognizes the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Good Neighbors Mission, and children’s rights as its principles.
- First the interests of children are prioritized above all.
- Second children are not discriminated against in any way.
- Third children are ensured direct participation.
Code of Conduct
1. Employees and Associates must
- Respect children’s character.
- Respect children’s opinions and views.
- Recognize children’s individualities.
- Strive to ensure that children are not exposed to dangerous situations or - environments.
- Strive to ensure that children are not involved in, or associated with illegal activities.
- Strive to help children break free from child labor.
2. Employees or Associates shall not
- Show preference towards, or discriminate against a child.
- Become involved in or ignore child abuse.
- Humiliate the child.
- Use inappropriate or abusive language to a child.
- Engage in physical abuse against the child, in any instance.
- Have sexual relations with a child.
- Commit any acts that may sexually provoke a child.
- Create any implications of inappropriate acts or relations with a child.