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Managing operational risks

War Child works in politically unstable areas. Changes in local government policies and political relationships can form major risks to the continuation of local War Child programmes and may have a significant impact on our ability to reach children and compromise the safety of staff members.

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Managing financial risks

In order to reduce investment and foreign exchange risks, War Child adheres to a strict Treasury Policy, which is approved by the Supervisory Board.

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Integrity

War Child has gained the trust of the individuals, companies and other organisations that donate money. This trust comes with a responsibility to ensure that the money is spent properly.

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Reputational risks

Reputation is among a non-governmental organisation’s most valuable assets. Despite demonstrated professionalism, transparency and legal compliance, a scandal in the media, a financial pitfall or a security incident can seriously affect an organisation’s reputation or even the reputation of NGOs in general.

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Managing reputational risks

War Child actively safeguards its reputation by monitoring perceptions of the organisation through annual quantitative research. The results are used to adjust either strategic or communication decisions.

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