A number of notices and policies govern the practices of this website and our wider organisation. They are available below to view or download in full.
The purpose of the Malaria Consortium Anti-Bribery Policy is to ensure all operations take place in an honest and ethical manner and ensure the implementation of a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and an insistence on the highest standards of integrity.
Anti-Fraud and Anti-Corruption Policy
The purpose of the Malaria Consortium Anti-Fraud and Anti-Corruption Policy is to minimise fraud through a series of measures, including clear policies and processes, regular internal and external audits and training for all staff.
Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policy
The purpose of the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Policy is to set out with the aim of prevening opportunities for money laundering activities to occur within the organisation.
Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Malaria Consortium Code of Conduct is to establish a common understanding of the standards of behaviour required by Malaria Consortium. Malaria Consortium’s position on Malaria Consortium’s Code of Conduct is binding on all staff, including global positions and national roles, full and part time staff, interns, contractors, suppliers, consultants, volunteers, and Trustees.
Combating Trafficking in Persons: Compliance Plan
This document outlines the policies and practices that interact with the organisation's commitment to combating trafficking in persons.
Conflict of Interest Policy
The aim of the Malaria Consortium Conflict of Interest Policy is to is to provide guidance to relevant individuals on handling possible conflicts of interest that may arise as a result of our work.
The aim of the Malaria Consortium Environmental Policy is to set out our commitments to address environmental issues that may arise as a result of our operations.
Equal Opportunities Policy
The aim of the Malaria Consortium Equal Opportunities Policy is to assist the organisation in putting its commitment to equal opportuinities into practice.
Modern Slavery Statement
This statement outlines Malaria Consortium's commitment to ensuring that our activities and our decisions do not contribute to modern slavery in any of its forms.
The aim of the Malaria Consortium Procurement Policy is to govern the planning, sourcing and delivery of supplies, services and works (i.e. products) that provide good value and accountability to those we serve, through effective and timely procurement planning and processes which are proportionate, transparent and fair and in compliance with donor rules and applicable laws.
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Statement of Commitment
The PSEA Statement of Commitment is concerned with the Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) of adults (anyone over the age of 18), and children (anyone below the age of 18). This includes direct or indirect participants of Malaria Consortium’s programmatic activities, adults in the wider communities in which it works and those who come into contact with Malaria Consortium or its representatives.
Research and Evaluation Ethics Policy
The purpose of this policy document is to describe procedures and guidance for protecting the rights and welfare of people enrolled in research conducted by or under the direction of Malaria Consortium.
Research Misconduct Policy
Research is central to Malaria Consortium’s work and essential to improving health and health care delivery. Malaria Consortium conducts research in a range of locations, transmission settings and health systems to develop and test new approaches and products, and learn from and improve our projects and programmes. Maintaining high standards of research ethics and code of conduct is critical to generate quality information for decision-making.
The purpose of the Malaria Consortium Safeguarding Policy is to outline the organisation's commitment to the belief that all children and vulnerable adults have equal rights to protection from violence and exploitation. This policy is accompanied by guidance, downloadable below.
The aim of the Malaria Consortium Whistle Blowing Policy is to provide a mechanism for anyone to report any suspicious, unethical, abusive or corrupt activities without fear of being penalised in any way.
This notice governs the way in which Malaria Consortium uses personal information provided by supporters via the website, and how use of the website effects the user.
Copyright and Permissions Notice
This notice outlines the terms that govern the use of Malaria Consortium's publications, photos and materials published in print and online and through www.malariaconsortium.org. and they way in which Malaria Consortium should be attributed if they are reproduced.
This notice provides guidance on how a supporter can make a complaint about Malaria Consortium's fundraising or communications activities and information on how a complaint will be dealt with.
Non-Traditional Funding Policy
The purpose of the Non Traditional Funding Policy is to outline Malaria Consortium's commitment to ensuring that all funding received from non-traditional donors falls in line with our mission and objectives as a health organisation.