Code of Ethics
The values that drive the organization are:
1. Transparency: SiKanda will ensure that all donations are used in an efficient manner, providing extensive information to all contributors, both private and institutional.
2. Neutrality : SiKanda, in pursuit of its development objectives, operates in total secularity and independence from private interests and with autonomy from government policies.
3. Peace and freedom of thought : SiKanda promotes its efforts for peace, non-violence and participative democracy as essential values for coexistence.
4. Social Justice and Solidarity: SiKanda, through development education, wants to raise awareness of the problems of the North and the South. Sikanda also wants to affirm the culture of solidarity through an active exchange between people, organizations and communities.
5. Knowledge transfer :SiKanda transmits skills and believes in constant dialogue with local partners and local participation in the decisions being taken, so that the recipients can work in complete autonomy and independence.
6. Democracy and consensus :SiKanda is a democratic association, which bases its decision on a participatory model. All project participants bring skills and experiences that together contribute to finding solutions to local and global problems.
7. Values human resources :SiKanda is committed to the ongoing training of its employees and volunteers, respects their rights and recognizes their professional and personal qualities.
8. Responsibilities : SiKanda constantly evaluates the effectiveness of its interventions and monitors their quality. As well as accompanying local partners to ensure the self-sustainability of projects.
9. Sobriety and sustainable lifestyles: SiKanda works for sustainable development under a modest socio-economic profile while respecting the environment in day-to-day activities.
10. Effectiveness and efficiency : SiKanda pursues the effectiveness and efficiency of management through its structured entities: decision-making entity, operational structure and external control. Together they guarantee an adequate division of responsibilities and the search for a good administration.