Tabba Kidney

Whistleblower Policy

Whistleblower Policy


Tabba Kidney Institute is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and accountability in its operations.

This Whistleblower Policy is designed to encourage employees and partners to report any concerns related to:

  1. Wrongdoing: Such as fraud, corruption, or any other illegal activities.
  2. Malpractice: Including unethical or illegal conduct.
  3. Risks: Related to health, safety, or security issues.

Confidential Disclosure

To ensure accountability and prevent abuse, all concerns must be reported to the Ethics Committee. While we do not accept anonymous reports, the identity of the whistleblower will be kept strictly confidential to protect them from any potential repercussions.

Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee at Tabba Kidney Institute oversees the matters raised by whistle blowers. The Committee comprises of members from Senior Management, Doctors, and an independent technical member to ensure autonomous decision making.

Committee may be directly approached via email on this address:

Protection from Retaliation

We prioritize the safety and protection of individuals who report concerns in good faith. Whistleblowers will not face any form of retaliation, including:
  • Victimization
  • Harassment
  • Disciplinary action
Any attempts to retaliate against a whistleblower will be addressed promptly and appropriately. This includes protection from:
  • Demotion
  • Suspension
  • Termination
  • Threats or intimidation


The Ethics Committee is responsible for thoroughly investigating all reported concerns. Our procedures ensure that:
  • The whistleblower’s identity remains protected throughout the investigation.
  • Investigations are conducted fairly and promptly.
  • Appropriate actions are taken based on the findings of the investigation.


To facilitate effective reporting and resolution, we have established clear procedures:

    • Reporting Channels: We provide well-defined channels for reporting concerns to the Ethics Committee.
      • These channels include, but are not limited to;
        • Letter: Detailing the anomaly (must include sender’s details such as name, contact information, etc.)
        • Direct approach: Meeting in person with a member of the Ethics Committee
        • Email: Emailing the concern at ( providing details of the concerns and matter at hand
    • Investigation Protocols: Detailed procedures for conducting and documenting investigations. For their own safety, developments made regarding the matter will not be share with the petitioner. However, they may inquire/follow-up if the effects are not apparently visible on-ground.
    • Timely Action: Ensuring concerns are addressed promptly and appropriately. However, some matters may take more time than others. Impact of investigation may not always be made public, or even apparently observed.

By fostering an open and safe environment, we aim to uphold the highest standards of integrity within our organization. We encourage all employees and partners to speak up without fear of retaliation, knowing their concerns will be taken seriously and addressed with the utmost confidentiality.

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