Be accountable to beneficiaries, donors and the public
RVC requires all employees and volunteers to abide by the "code of professional ethics for RVC staff". At the same time, our public welfare projects are first demand-oriented, respect each beneficiary's own needs, formulate and design public welfare projects according to needs, and ensure that the services provided are suitable for the development and change of the beneficiary itself. Secondly, we promise to take each donation seriously, regardless of the amount, and use the donated money for the beneficiaries themselves or the beneficiaries themselves according to the wishes and directions of the donors. We also require all employees to be strict with themselves in finance and projects, carry out work and projects with a professional attitude, be responsible to the beneficiaries, donors and the public, and ensure that everyone is respected.
Responsible to the environment
RVC requires all employees to pay attention to the impact of the environment on the earth, try to use public transport, sharing bicycles and walking in all kinds of travel to minimize carbon emissions, try to use energy-saving appliances in office to support the use of environmental energy, and suggest employees and volunteers to reduce unnecessary waste in life, Try to choose an environmentally friendly way to travel, reduce the use of plastic shopping bags and disposable tableware, and support fair trade products.
Advocate the concept of equality
We always uphold the values of gender equality, personality equality and equal rights, and implement them into all action strategies. We treat all beneficiaries, donors, volunteers and employees equally, regardless of their gender, race, marital status and health status.
RVC complies with the following regulations, and standards
Sustainable development goals (sdgs), United Nations Convention on the rights of the child, Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, United Nations Declaration on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination, global plan - humanitarian charter and minimum standards for humanitarian response.