The Njoya Foundation
was set up in memory of Christian Njoya Small, a victim of the terrorist
bombings which took place in London, on 7 July 2005. The Njoya foundation
aims to strive to empower children of African descent through education
that enables them to excel.
We take the security of our
website and your data extremely seriously. As such, the information
below is provided sets out our Data Protection Privacy Statement
Protection Privacy Statement
The Njoya Foundation is committed
to meeting its obligations under the Data Protection Act of 1998.
The Njoya Foundation will strive to observe the law in all collection
and processing of subject data and will meet any subject access
request in compliance with the law. The Njoya Foundation will only
use data in ways relevant to carrying out its legitimate purposes
and functions as a charity in a way that is not prejudicial to the
interests of individuals. The Njoya Foundation will take due care
in the collection and storage of any sensitive data. The Njoya Foundation
staff will do their utmost to keep all data accurate, timely and
All The Njoya Foundation staff,
whether permanent or temporary, and voluntary workers, will aware
of the requirements of the Data Protection Act when they collect
or handle data about an individual. The Njoya Foundation staff will
not disclose data except where there is subject consent, or legal
requirement. Data sent to outside agencies will always be protected
by a written contract. All collection and processing will be done
in good faith.
The Data Protection Officer
will keep records of all complaints by data subjects and the follow
them up. The Data Protection Officer will also keep a record of
all data access requests. There will be a repository of all The
Njoya Foundation statements of Data Protection Law compliance and
information about any contacts made with the Data Protection Registrar.
This information will be available to staff and data subjects on
The Njoya Foundation will inform
subjects of any processing, disclosure or overseas transfer that
does not fall within The Njoya Foundations purpose in a way
that any individual supplying could be expected to understand. The
Njoya Foundation will keep registration (now called notification)
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Principles of data protection
outlined in the Data Protection Act
We will ensure that anyone processing
personal data complies with the eight enforceable principles of
good practice. These state that data must be:
- Fairly and lawfully processed
- Processed for limited purposes
- Adequate, relevant and not
- Not kept longer than necessary
- Processed in accordance with
the data subject's rights
- Not transferred to countries
without adequate protection
It is a legal requirement that we comply with the Data Protection
Act 1998. The Data Protection Act governs the Njoya Foundations
processing of your personal data. The Njoya Foundation always strives
Protection Privacy Statement, is there for you to see how we are
committed to complying with the law.
How do you provide your personal
information to us?
When you contact the Njoya Foundation in relation to our activities,
register as a supporter, send or receive information or make a donation
to us, you provide us with personal information.
What is personal information?
Personal information is anything that enables us to identify you
as a living individual, for example, your name and e-mail address.
Please note that a simple reference to the name of someone donating
money will not count as personal data.
When you supply information
to us, we are legally obliged by the Data Protection Act 1998 to
ensure that the information you have provided is only used for the
purpose for which it was requested, and to ensure that the data
is kept securely. Please note that out Privacy statement/policy
does not apply to companies.
When you do provide us with
your personal information, what does this mean to you?
When you provide us with your personal data, you are agreeing to
consent to the collection and use of any information you provide
in accordance with the above purposes and this privacy statement.
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The Njoya Foundation only collects
personal information about you (for example your name, address,
telephone number, email address and credit card details) when you
specifically provide us with such information on a voluntary basis.
Any personal information we collect via our web site will never
be released or sold to any companies or individuals outside of the
Njoya Foundation or our authorised partner companies.
What do we do with your personal
We will not share your personal information for marketing or any
other purposes, or to outside parties without your consent unless
where required by law.
How can you access the information
that we have on you?
You may request a copy of the personal information that we have
on you by contacting the Data Protection Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the email heading please write Data Protection Act Request.
We will charge you £10 plus VAT for this request.
If you have provided us with
sufficient information, we will provide you with a full reply within
40 days of us receiving your request. If you do not provide us with
sufficient information, the Data Protection Officer will write to
you as soon as possible.
Should your personal details
change, please help us to keep your information up to date by contacting
us at the address given above.
We reserve the right to amend this privacy statement. Should this
happen, we will post a notice of the change on the website, and
you will be deemed to have accepted the changes.
If you have any queries in relation to our Data Protection Privacy
Policy or Data Protection Privacy Statement, please contact the
Data Protection Officer at email@example.com
Please put Data Protection Query in the heading of your
email as this will assist us in providing you with a prompt reply.
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