World Vision Malaysia

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International World Vision World Vision is a co-operation of central control of today's three different levels of interdependence country offices coalition organizational structure. Three country offices are 1.The National Offices which under the strong control of central state offices as an international World Vision, a branch registered in the host country. 2. Intermediate stage of country offices, with its own board of directors, but has agreed to the international World Vision as an important management decisions, to seek approval. 3. Interdependence of national registration offices in the internal decision-making autonomy, but is expected to cooperate with the international World Vision, and bound to the Covenant of Partnership.
All national members of the World Vision Partnership have to sign the Covenant of the Partnership. In addition to all the members of this country offices must agree and accept such policies and decisions established by the International Council, and did not set up an office or program their own borders to the outside world without the consent of World Vision and the host country. Beside this, to direct project established outside their borders for all funds must be through the World Vision International Remittance. At the same time, through the international board's financial planning and budgeting principles have to accept on behalf of partners, as well as country offices to review the financial condition.
The president of World Vision International has a seat on all national offices with own national board. Normally he sends a representative. World Vision International is registered as a charitable organization in the United States and Internal Revenue Service said that this organization is a church so as a charity religious that not obligated to disclose its finances to the public.
The partnership offices is located everywhere…...

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