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Internal control & governance are integral parts of our day-to-day operations. Policies, Processes, Key Performance Indicators and Systems are in place to ensure effective governance. Ongoing monitoring, reporting and internal controls are undertaken and reviewed by the executive team to ensure all operations are aligned to achieve the charity’s purpose. These include the following:
The Executive Board is integral to all the above-mentioned internal control processes.
Doing the right thing, right: It is an essential part of our great religion, Islam, to not only “do the right thing” but to do it “right”. This means that all our actions are accountable, transparent and professional. We work hard to achieve excellence and above all, sincerity in everything we do.
We continually endeavour to improve the impact of the humanitarian aid we provide around the globe. We seek new and innovative methods and try to establish strong humanitarian relationships to increase the scope of our projects. MAA is continually developing new strategies to reduce operating costs.
MAA's financial statements are both internally and externally audited on a yearly basis ensuring full transparency for our donors and stakeholders. As an accredited NGO by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and as ACFID members, we are vigorously assessed for our governance, program management capacity, policies, risk, and partner management.
Ultimately, we ensure that all stakeholders obtain the maximum impact from the work we undertake.
MAA has a strong ethos when it comes to diversity. Our staff comes from diverse cultural backgrounds with highly honed skill sets applicable to all parts and aspects of operations.
Since 1989, MAA has operated in over 50 countries without discrimination on the basis of colour, race, ethnic background, gender or religion.