We collect and store some personal information electronically for our website and newsletter through:
We might use the information you give us to:
We won’t disclose any of your personal information to a third party unless you’ve provided your consent, or where the law dictates we need to do so. We store your data in electronic format, and have a number of measures in place to make sure it’s safe:
Occasionally, as part of our business operations, we disclose personal information to our partners based in Australia, the USA, Myanmar and Timor-Leste. We take reasonable steps to make sure those recipients don’t breach applicable privacy regimes.
We don’t collect any sensitive information via our website, but we sometimes do where it’s necessary to carry out our global development programs. We only collect essential information needed to achieve the program outcomes. The information we receive through our education, health, and nutrition apps is collected by our partners only when we have an individual’s consent to do so. Where we collect health information, that often includes names, phone numbers, locations and dates of health care visits (particularly around pregnancy for our maternal and child health program, Liga Inan). In other programs we may also collect details for identification purposes such as electoral registration numbers, and details for program planning such as place of employment and demographic details.
You’re entitled to request access to all personal and/or sensitive information you have given us, or to make a complaint. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to know what we hold or make any changes to your information.