Vetting of local staff and suppliers is a further complication. Vetting is required by donors, particularly government bodies such as USAID.
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), international aid agencies and charities are under increased pressure to abide by international and domestic regulations to demonstrate their financial probity. But while there is often effective oversight in their home countries, in the field, NGOs can struggle to adapt and navigate local rules to ensure appropriate procedures are in place.
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