Code of Conduct

Our Code of Conduct is in accordance with laws, conventions, and international standards related to the principles of work in the humanitarian and relief field.

Yemen Organization for Humanitarian Relief and Development (MONA) is a local, independent, non-governmental organization that is non-profit. Its focus is on humanitarian relief and development by promoting and organizing voluntary and humanitarian charitable work.

It outlines the rights and duties of individuals within and outside the organization, forming a framework for the organization’s members in terms of responsibilities, duties, and any internal disputes among the organization’s members.

It provide guidance for the management of the organization’s internal affairs and to ensure compliance with legal and ethical standards, both internally and externally. It serves as a basis for the organization’s members to understand their roles and responsibilities, promoting a harmonious and effective working environment.

The Code of Conduct is based on six fundamental principles that represent the minimum essence of ethical duties for the behavior of organization employees. They are as follows:

  1. Respect for laws
  2. Neutrality
  3. Integrity
  4. Diligence
  5. Confidentiality
  6. Effectiveness