A. Responsibilities
Sustainable progress, peace, and justice require that all organisations contribute to the common good. Thus, Mawuli Diagnostic & Treatment Centre (MDTC) should integrate self-development and service to others, balancing individual and public concerns, focusing on higher, broader, and more public levels of service.
1.    Responsibly maintaining itself, MDTC should conduct its activities for the sake of others, whether for the public at large or a particular segment of the public.
2.    It shall have its corporate social responsibility of health care delivery, including outreach to the community and charitable donations to non- profit organisations.
3.    MDTC will recognize that its conduct and activities impact on the public’s perception of private hospitals and that it shares responsibility for the public’s trust of private hospitals.
4.    MDTC will exhibit a responsible and caring attitude toward the environment in all of its activities.
B. Cooperations
Significant progress toward world peace and global well-being can be fostered through inter-religious, intercultural, and interracial work, and across artificial barriers of politics and ethnicity that tend to separate people and their institutions. MDTC will maintain ethical, cooperative relationships with other for-profit and NGOs (non-governmental organizations), and should partner where possible and appropriate for the sake of the greater public good. MDTC will be willing to work beyond borders of politics, religion, culture, race and ethnicity, within the limits of the organising documents and with organisations and individuals that share common values and objectives.
C. Human Rights
As the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states, “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, are endowed with reason and conscience, and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1). The family is the fundamental natural group unit of society promoting human rights and human dignity. (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 16):
1.    MDTC will not violate any person’s fundamental human rights, with which each person is endowed.
2.    MDTC ascertains that all people are born free and equal in dignity.
3.    MDTC will be sensitive to the moral values, religion, customs, traditions, and culture of the communities it will serve.
4.    MDTC will respect the integrity of families and support family-based life.
D. Religious Freedom
“Everyone has the right of freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 18)
MDTC will respect religious freedom.
E. Transparency
MDTC will strive for openness and honesty internally and toward shareholder and members of the public.
1.    MDTC will be transparent in all of its dealings with the government, the public, shareholders, partners, beneficiaries, and other interested parties, except for personal matters and proprietary information.
2.    MDTC will be accountable for its actions and decisions, not only to its funding agencies and the government, but also to the people it serves, its staff and members, partner organisations, and the public at large.
F. Truthfulness
MDTC will be honest and truthful in its dealings with its shareholders, project beneficiaries, staff, membership, partner organisations, government, and the public in general, and will respect the laws of any jurisdiction in which it exists.
1.    MDTC will give out accurate information, whether regarding itself and its projects, or regarding any individual, organisation, project, or legislation it opposes or is discussing.
2.    MDTC will fulfil its obligations under the laws of the nation in which it exists, and must be strongly opposed to, and not be a willing partner to corruption, bribery, and other financial improprieties or illegalities.
3.    MDTC will have a policy for staff and volunteers to confidentially bring evidence to the governing body of misconduct of anyone associated with the organisation.
4.    MDTC will meet all of the legal obligations in the countries in which we exist. Such obligations may include laws of incorporation, equal employment opportunity principles, health and safety standards, privacy rules, trademark and copyright legislation, etc.
5.    MDTC will take prompt corrective action whenever wrongdoing is discovered among its staff, governing body, volunteers, contractors, and partners.