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JRS upholds across the organisation professionalism and high ethical standards. 

Policies and Procedures

As a network, we work to develop our internal capacities. We do so through improving our operational policies and procedures, practising transparency in finance and administration, and being accountable to our staff, through respectful policies in human resources. We adhere to high standards of relationship with our donors and refugees and build up our fundraising capacities to ensure the sustainability of our projects. JRS engages in careful monitoring and evaluation of its activities, and of its communications.

The JRS policies are a set of guidelines that aim to protect beneficiaries served by JRS from any form of harm, abuse, exploitation, or neglect. The policies outline the responsibilities of JRS staff and volunteers to maintain a safe and secure environment for beneficiaries and to take immediate action in case of any
safeguarding concerns. The policies also include provisions for reporting, investigation, and follow-up of safeguarding incidents and procedures for safeguarding training and awareness-raising. The overall goal of the JRS policies is to ensure the provision of quality assistance to refugees in a safe and responsible manner while upholding the dignity and rights of all individuals served by the organization.

  • Code of Conduct

  • Child Safeguarding Policy

  • Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse, and sexual harassment (PSEAH) Policy

  • Harassment Bullying Discrimination Policy

  • Safeguard Policy

  • Confidential reporting Hotline – SAFE CALL Policy

  • Whistleblower Policy

  • GDPR Policy

  • Procurement Policy

  • Anti-Corruption and Anti-Fraud Policy

  • Accounting Policy

  • Open Information Policy

  • Grievance Policy

Financial Data

Income 2021 (USD)                                                   Expenditure 2021 (USD)


Internal Audit

The General Assembly annually approves the budget execution of the previous year, based on the reasoning of the Board of Directors and the opinion of the Censor. 
The Censor is the internal financial control body of the Association. It is appointed by the General Assembly and has the following duties:
a) It verifies the financial-accounting activity of the Association, the management of its assets, subsidiaries and branches;
b) Verify the conformity of the expenditure made with the income and expenditure budget and the approved programmes;
c) Submit to the General Assembly an annual report on the financial situation of the Association.

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