Accountability Policy

At Mercytree International Foundation, our primary mission is to offer high-quality medical care in Africa’s rural communities. We firmly believe that our ability to deliver on this promise relies on our adherence to values of transparency, accountability, and self-examination. As we touch lives, reshape communities, and provide medical care, we recognize the importance of constantly reflecting and refining our approaches. This policy sets forth the principles and practices that guide our journey of transparency and accountability to all stakeholders involved.

  1. Continual Self-Assessment

To remain true to our purpose, we employ a culture of perpetual introspection. Regularly:

  • We assess the outcomes and repercussions of our programs.
  • We determine what initiatives have succeeded and where improvements are necessary.
  • We ensure that our medical interventions respect community traditions and genuinely benefit the populace.
  • Discussions, debates, and feedback are sought internally, allowing us to understand and rectify discrepancies between our goals and their execution on the ground.
  1. Organizational Structure and Accountability

Our commitment to accountability permeates all organizational levels. As such:

  • While most of our team directly serves African rural communities, we’ve established an elite group of senior professionals who critically evaluate our work’s broader implications.
  • This team provides valuable insights into ongoing projects and suggests best practices for future engagements, ensuring a constant evolution of our methods in response to real-world feedback.
  1. Patient-Centered Approach

Our commitment is not limited to direct care. We also undertake:

  • Thorough research to understand regional health dynamics, share findings, and influence international medical protocols.
  • Investigations into the root causes of health crises in the communities we serve, aiming to mitigate them.
  • Inquiries about access to medical care, availability of essential tools or medications, and challenges in disease management.
  1. Financial Integrity

Financial transparency stands as a pillar of our foundation’s identity:

  • To uphold our principles of neutrality, independence, and impartiality, we steer clear of government funding when necessary.
  • Our operations are primarily supported by individual donors and corporations, ensuring swift response during emergencies without awaiting governmental clearances.
  • Donor contributions directly fund critical services, from consultations to training. We ensure that over 85% of our funds directly boost our life-saving medical operations.
  • Our comprehensive accounting system ensures every financial move is logged, reviewed, and shared transparently with board members and donors.
  1. Open Communication

Open dialogue with our global community is essential:

  • Regular updates, reports, and feedback channels are maintained for our donors, volunteers, and stakeholders.
  • We pledge to maintain transparency in our communications, sharing successes and acknowledging areas where growth is needed.


The Mercytree International Foundation operates on trust. Trust placed upon us by the communities we serve, our donors, volunteers, and the global healthcare community. Upholding this trust through strict adherence to our accountability policy ensures that we remain true to our mission of revolutionizing medical care culture in Africa’s rural heartlands. For a detailed understanding or further queries, please visit our website at

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