Grant holders are expected to be compliant with Foreign, Commonwealth & Development’s (FCDO) anti-corruption policy and approach to reporting fraud. As part of FCDO’s zero tolerance policy on fraud, bribery and corruption there is no ‘minimum’ level for reporting an incident and we ask grant holders to report all allegations or suspicions immediately.

The UK Aid Match whistleblowing hotline facilitates the reporting of possible illegal, unethical, or improper conduct when the normal channels of communication have proven ineffective or difficult. The hotline is available to all of our employees, as well as clients, business partners and others in a business relationship with UK Aid Match.

This hotline can be used to report corruption, fraud, human trafficking, slavery, safeguarding children and young people concerns, terrorism funding, and other violations related to UK Aid Match, our people, and programmes.

Contact UK Aid Match using the anonymous, free-to-call and confidential service.

UK Aid Match, consultants, contractors, suppliers, and associated person(s) involved in FCDO-funded business should immediately report any suspicions or allegations of aid diversion, money laundering or counter terrorism to the Counter Fraud and Whistleblowing Unit (CFWU) at or  phone +44 (0) 1355 843 747

Fraud reporting guidance

This guidance is to support grant holders in understanding their responsibilities for fraud prevention.

Fraud reporting form