Publish Date：2020-07-30 00:00
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), an international organization committed to conservation of the environment. As the first international conservation organisation invited to work in China, WWF faced not only the problems of carrying out field research in the panda's rugged, inaccessible mountain home, but also the cultural and political challenges of engaging in international cooperation in the early days of China's opening to the outside world.
In addition to panda conservation, WWF worked in several other areas during its first fifteen years in China. The last Pere David's deer in China were slaughtered in the early part of this century, but a small herd survived in captivity in England, on the estate of the Rothschild family. In the late 1980s, WWF assisted in arranging the re-establishment of a captive population of this species in China, and there are now two large captive herds and discussions of re-introduction into the wild. For more information about WWF China, please visit the website https://en.wwfchina.org.
WWF China is a project-based organization in terms of the business process and financial reporting requirements, both donation and expenditure are always related to projects. Norming PSA was implemented in March 2018 to streamline the management of the core business process, including:
1. Donors & Award Agreements,
2. Billing Process & Accounts Receivable,
3. Project Planning & Budgeting,
4. Travel Request & Approval,
5. Expense Entry & Approval,
6. Suppliers and Purchasing Orders,
7. Project Costing and Reporting.