It isn't about the exact numbers and percentages. It is about integrity.

You accept that you are getting over paid and yet you won't fix it, then it is putting your personal interest above the movement's interest.

You call yourself a non-proft and yet you pay a salary that is far above for-proft standards.

And when we ask for results or performance analysis, you say that we can't measure that yet.

CIS acknowledges that it is over paying its staff disproportionate to industry standards and their own institution's salary structure. Yet, 51.26% of their budget goes to payments towards full time staff, resource persons and consultants (line items 1, 7 and 11.2). This is against the guidelines issued to the FDC on rising cost of institutionalization.

This inflated structure is a mistake created by WMF and it should own the responsibility of fixing it.

Just because movement funds are available in plenty, you don't go around wasting it.