World Relief Australia conducts a comprehensive due diligence on all projects and their implementing partners. This due diligence ensures that all of our projects are good quality and are implemented by effective, competent, and legitimate partners.
We carry out comprehensive reviews of potential projects prior to the project being implemented to ensure that the projects are of high quality and best practice in development. WRA focuses on sustainable projects that empower the communities to help themselves. We pride ourselves on having projects that have demonstrable accountability and project effectiveness.
We also undertake an extensive review of each potential partner, including its institutional and financial information, prior to partnering with them. All of our partners must comply with Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Taxation Office, and Australian Charities and Non-Profits Commission requirements.
Due Diligence Requirements for Potential Partners
- Registration details (for example a copy of organisation’s non-profit registration)
- Latest annual report
- Latest financial statements (audited if possible)
- Organisation chart
- List of members of the governing body and their positions
- Previous work experience in the community
- Past achievements
- Child protection policies
- Funding sources