Policy against corruption
Corruption undermines fair competition and promotes decisions based on personal interests rather than facts or considerations of the common good. Apart from the potential legal repercussions, directly or indirectly participating in corruption endangers the integrity and credibility of Welthungerhilfe1 and puts funding and support for our work in jeopardy. There is a risk that through corruption the resources needed by Welthungerhilfe to carry out its work will not reach the project participants. Preventing corruption is therefore not only a priority for Welthungerhilfe, but also a mandated requirement and an obligation for all Employees and Contributors.