Hunt Global Partnerships was founded on a set of principles that guides our program design around the world. They include:
- Addressing high-priority problems affecting the target population.
- Focusing on the poorest sectors of the population in the area of intervention.
- Studying local needs with the help of outside experts and in consultation with the communities themselves.
- Selecting NGO partners that have a proven record of success through a competitive bidding process.
- Promoting efficiency in the implementation of projects, high-quality services, optimal use of resources and replication of best practices.
- Co-financing by the community through manpower and local materials.
- Respecting the environment.
- Fostering ownership of projects.
- Implementing sustainable projects for the continuity of positive impacts once intervention is complete.
- Adjusting every program to the particular needs and desires of each community.
- Respecting cultural diversity.
- Establishing a third-party baseline study and monitoring and evaluation system to collect important indicators and data.
- Reviewing NGO partners' performance annually before contract renewal.
- Setting clear, measurable goals that are evaluated by an independent panel of expert advisers annually.
- Providing transparency during project implementation and management of funds.
- Conducting effective communications.
- Publishing our plans, methods and results for the benefit of others contemplating similar work.