Red Cross Society of China moves to reform
BEIJING, Dec. 3 (Xinhua) -- A reform plan of the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC), approved recently, is expected to make the organization more effective, an RCSC official told Xinhua Monday.
Under new circumstances, the mission and targets of the RCSC have undergone profound changes, and demand and approaches for humanitarian services are bound to transform, the official said.
The world also places more expectation on China to play a bigger role in global affairs, and building of a community with a shared future for humanity offers the RCSC a broader field to play a role in, and places higher demands on its capacity and vigor, according to the official.
Only through exploring mechanisms of more efficiency, transparency and standardization, as well as solving problems that affect the Red Cross work can the RCSC better perform its duties, the unidentified official said.
The reforms include pushing forward innovation in administrative organizations, human resources and operation of the RCSC, in order to led Red Cross societies at all levels become more closely linked to the public and have more transparency and credibility, the official said.
"All sectors of the society will be encouraged to take part in our activities," said the official.
The official said the RCSC would stay people-focused as it worked on emergency rescue, humanitarian aid, voluntary blood donation and organ donation.
The RCSC has also agreed to improve its information disclosure by posting receipts and disbursements of funds and goods on a unified information platform, accepting public supervision.