DTP Standard Operating Procedures


Standard Operating Procedures

All operations follow standard operating procedures which are revised from time to time to keep up with change. These standard operating procedures encompass entire sets of processes such as accounting, project initiation, completion and report, etc. All employees, volunteers and partner organizations are required to follow these procedures.


Project Life Cycle

DYA TRUST PAKISTAN(DTP) executes its projects, either through DYA TRUST PAKISTAN(DTP) representatives, volunteers or employees to safeguard DYA TRUST PAKISTAN(DTP)'s interest. In some cases, DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) directly coordinates with sister organization in those areas and works through them.Project funding is not released until a project proposal is submitted and approved by Organization.
In case a project is executed by a volunteer or partner organization, they sign an agreement with DYA TRUST PAKISTAN(DTP) which clearly states the purpose of the project and expected results, including filing a project completion report,photographs, receipts, etc.
On completion of short-term projects, final project reports are submitted. In case a long-term project is in place, interim reports are expected, to monitor ongoing performance and to decide on further funding.


Qualifying Donation Recipient

Recipient comes to or contact DYA TRUST PAKISTAN(DTP) office where every person fills an application form depending on category. Once the application is received by DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) staff, it automatically triggers an investigation process. The field officer visits the neighbor, completes the inquiry to complete the investigation form to return to the Program Manager. Should the person or community prove to be deserving, the program management, per the standard operating procedure, makes a decision and provides one-time relief or ongoing support, depending on need.
DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) is changing its strategy of project execution to decrease the overhead costs and improve the project implementation quality. "One Village At A Time" concept is being implemented. under this concept DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) team members, rather than accepting applications at their office and investigating each applicant community or person, in vast areas before serving them, DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) team identifies the most poverty ridden villages in the area of operation and survey all the poorest of the poor residents of the village and supports them for all their needs.


Anti-Terrorism Measures

 DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) executes projects preferably by using its own volunteers and employees, rather than depending on other organizations. If a need arises to work with a partner organization, DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) does not release funds to any organization until the organization and the names of its board of directors are checked against the terrorist organization lists issued by United Nations, US Department of Treasury and European Union.
In addition, all DYA TRUST PAKISTAN (DTP) employees, project volunteers and partner organizations are required to carefully read the Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: Voluntary Best Practices for U.S.-Based Charities by the US Department of Treasury and attest to executing the projects according to these guidelines as well as the laws of the project country.


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