DNI deprived the Czech organization «People in Need» of accreditation
The DPR Inter-Ministerial Committee on Accreditation of humanitarian missions has withdrawn the accreditation of the Czech organization «People in Need» (PIN) due to the systematic disregard for the requirements for the issuance of humanitarian assistance programs to residents of the Republic. It was reported by the press service of the Committee.
‘On November 25, 2016, by the decision of the DPR committee on accreditation of humanitarian organizations, there was discontinued the activity of the Czech international NGO «People in Need». The reason for the ban of the activities of this organization and the withdrawal of the license previously issued was a systematic disregard for the requirements of the Committee to implemented programs on the issue of humanitarian aid to residents and non-compliance of the organization «People in Need» activities with the previously stated objectives,’ stated the press-service.
The Committee also noted the destructive work of the organization, which was manifested in creating corruption schemes related to the distribution of humanitarian aid among the population. This, according to the Committee, provoked conflicts not only among the recipients, but also between the local administrations.
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‘In addition, by the decision of the Committee, all the staff of the Czech humanitarian organization who are citizens or subjects of foreign states, are asked to leave the DPR,’ summed up the press-service.