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Practical Action's organisational policies


Transparency and open information

Transparency lies at the core of Practical Action's accountability towards our staff, our members and our supporters. It refers to our openness and honesty in sharing information about our activities, our performance and learning as an organisation, our governance and decision making processes and our financial arrangements.

More information on transparency and our complaints procedure is available in our Open Information Policy. We also publish financial and project information via the International Aid Transparency Initiative.

Practical Action Open Information Policy

International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

Practical Action is committed to being an open and transparent organisation, accountable to all of its stakeholders. Practical Action now publishes data via the International Aid Transparency initiative (IATI), where information on aid and activity spending is publicly accessible.

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Data protection

Here at Practical Action, we are committed to protecting the privacy of our supporters and stakeholders. Please read this policy which, together with our website terms and conditions, explains how we collect, manage, use and protect your personal information.

Practical Action - Privacy Notice (003)

Website Cookie Policy

Practical Action respects the privacy of visitors to our website. This policy sets out the manner in which information about visitors is collected and used.

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Corporate engagement

The Company Engagement Policy sets out Practical Action’s rational for engagement with the larger-scale private sector as a means to achieve its strategic objectives. It recognizes that companies can be important actors in the development context and that engagement with them presents Practical Action with a particular set of opportunities. It also notes that engagement with such organisations can create risks for Practical Action and the people it works for and that a due diligence process is required to assess the balance between risks and opportunities in each case.

Practical Action Company Engagement Policy


Gender

Practical Action is committed to ensuring equitable access to technological options for all women and men, advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment through all of its work including programmes, knowledge sharing, advocacy and external communications, and through its own organisational development.

Practical Action Gender Policy

 

How we are funded

Practical Action depends on the support of individuals, trusts, NGOs and governments to deliver its work to poor communities worldwide. Read how we are funded, and how we spend the money.

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Supporter charter

Practical Action's supporters are at the heart of our work. Our supporter charter sets out how we promise to communicate with supporters and respond to issues.

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Our distinctive practical approach

Practical Action works alongside communities to find practical solutions to the poverty they face. Every year we use technology to help over 1 million people out of poverty.

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About the organisation

Practical Action is a registered charity in the UK and a company limited by guarantee, under the direction of a Board of Trustees.

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Board of Trustees

Practical Action is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity in the UK, under the direction of a Board of Trustees.

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Strategic leadership team - Directors

Practical Action's senior management team, which has executive responsibilities, is called the Strategic Leadership Team (SLT) and it comprises the Chief Executive and twelve Directors, including six Country and Regional Directors.

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Company information

Practical Action is a registered UK charity, no 247257, and a company limited by guarantee and not having share capital (registration no 871954).

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