“Dream, Dream, Dream, Dreams Transform into Thoughts and Thoughts Result inAction.”
– Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Our Accountability

Dedication to Accountability and Optimum Transparency is Central to our Work, at an Operational and Management Level. First and foremost we are Accountable to the Communities with whom we work. Good Communication is key to Achieving Optimum Transparency and We Encourage open and honest Dialogue and listens carefully to People’s needs, Ideas and Feedback. Donor Accountability is similarly important and we work hard to maintain and develop appropriate and effective reporting Mechanisms. In addition to producing individual reports as necessary, each year we publish our Annual report, providing a Comprehensive account of our Activities, Finances, Reflections and Future Goals. We continually achieve excellent results, Monitored internally and externally by Professional Auditing Bodies.


We are committed to Strengthening our Accountability and Transparency to all our Stakeholders. Our Stakeholders include: Individuals and Communities we work with as well as our Members, Supporters, Activists, Partners, Staff, Volunteers and the General public.

Drona Welfare properly maintains Documents pertaining to Financial Transactions (Balance sheets, Income & Expenditure statements etc.) in an easily retrievable form. Salaries and petty cash registers, fixed assets register etc are regularly maintained. The audit is the Review Mechanism that Provides Assurance to Senior Management on the Effectiveness of Internal controls as well as coordinating the Finance Management process within the Organization. It is done every year by Professionally Qualified Accountants. The names of Auditors of the Organization are circulated to the Society Members. An Annual audit is conducted regularly and the Audit report is duly circulated to the Society Members.

Our Commitment to Accountability

  1. The humanitarian imperative comes first.
  2. We shall respect culture and custom.
  3. We shall attempt to build disaster response on local capacities.
  4. Ways shall be found to involve programme beneficiaries in the management of relief aid.