The mission of the Ukrainian Mosquito Control Association (hereinafter referred to as the UMCA) is to promote the research and development of innovative methods of mosquito management, as well as awareness and dissemination of knowledge in this field among the public and members of the UMCA for the sake of common benefit.
Each member of the UMCA should operate on the principles of professionalism, transparency and integrity, and the Code of Ethics.
In its activities do not allow actions that may adversely affect the reputation of the UMCA or its members.
The Association’s Code of Ethics regulates the internal relations between the members of the UMCA and the external relations of the association or its members with other persons.
The scope of the Code of Ethics:
- Internal relations between members of the UMCA, which are based on the principles of:
1.5.Exchange of experience
1.7. Respect for confidential information and intellectual property rights
1.8.Ensuring high standards of ethics, reputation and prestige in the mosquito management industry
1.9.Support in case of making an unfair accusation
- During the relationship between the UMCA or its members and state authorities, the following should be abided:
2.3.Respecting for internal, ethnic and ethical principles on the territory of the country concerned
2.4. Combining efforts to implement state programs aimed at improving the life and health of the country’s population
- Relations with partners are based on the principles of:
3.2.Exchanging of experience
3.3.Willingness to implement joint projects
- Relations with clients are based on the principles of:
4.4.Priority of interests and requirements of the client
These rules are mandatory for all members of the UMCA at the time of accession. The control over the implementation of these rules is the responsibility of each of the participants and the management of the UMCA.