Governance & Policies

We pride ourselves on practising good governance – delivering on our commitments to key stakeholders, acting responsibly, ensuring transparency and offering value for money in our programme design and delivery. 

We are a values-driven organisation. Our values reflect our commitment to valuing our staff and associates, respecting others, acting with integrity, openness and transparency and provide a lens for our work, both inside and outside of the organisation. 

In it together | Making change last | Every voice counts | Doing things right

Read more about our values

Partnerships are at the heart of INASP’s work, and of our mission to support Southern individuals and institutions to produce, share and use research and knowledge.

Read more about our approach to partnerships


Annual Reports and Financial Statements

INASP is a registered charity and is regulated by the Charity Commission and Companies House. You can find more detailed information on our finances and compliance history on the Charity Commission website.

INASP has rigorous management and financial control systems to assure delivery of complex programmes in multiple countries.


For earlier financial reports and other organizational documents, click here.


In line with our values of openness and transparency, we are committed to being fair, open and accountable for our decisions and actions. 

INASP has extensive policies governing the way in which our organization, staff and partners work, including those listed below. We’re happy to provide details of any further policies on request.

We take issues of safeguarding, bullying and harassment extremely seriously.  We have established policies in place that seek to protect both those we work with and our employees.  

We expect the highest professional standards from our staff and partners when acting on behalf of INASP. Should you witness or experience any unacceptable or inappropriate behaviour, you should report this directly to the Executive Director, or email, who will investigate your complaint in the first instance.