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Red Cross vows to regain its credibility (2)

By Liu Linlin (Global Times)

08:20, August 03, 2012

The RCSC has already completed the software design after hiring an IT firm through a transparent public tender, said Zhao. The system will go online by the end of this year, she said.

By 2013, 80 percent of the RCSC's provincial branches will be covered by the system, while 80 percent of the city-level outlets and 50 percent of the county-level outlets will be covered by 2014.

The RCSC's website will provide details on the donations it receives, who it hires to carry out its projects and how much it spends on administration.

"Of course I think the organization will regain some of its marred credibility through these measures and with Zhao's expertise in handling NGOs and social organizations," Bill Valentino, deputy director of the China Institute of Social Responsibility under Beijing Normal University, told the Global Times.

Valentino said it is absolutely necessary for the organization to be more transparent and track what it is doing with the public's donation.

Zhao said the RCSC will also audit its provincial branches this year.

Li Xang contributed to this story

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