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The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations values transparency as a key pillar of Good Governance. iNADO is committed to a transparent sharing of corporate informations.

Corporate Documents

In order to meet its own expectations of an organisation's good governance, the institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations all corporate documents with a public interest. iNADO publishes its articles of association, financial regulations, budgets and reports and quarterly reports for everyone interested.

Older versions as those uploaded can be requested at info@inado.org.

iNADO's Constitution is its Articles of Association, registered with the UK Companies House: Articles of Association.

Articles of Association

iNADO is funded primarily by the fees of its Members. During the initial years this was supplemented by an annual grant from WADA. In addition, iNADO has sponsorship revenue and income from the sale of its services (such as participation of non-Members at its events).

iNADO operates according to an annual budget approved by its Board of Directors. iNADO’s accounts are audited each year by an external audit firm based in the United Kingdom. 

Membership Fee Distribution 2020

The financial report states all actual expenses and incomes from January 1st to December 31st of each year.

Financial Report 2018

Since 2016, iNADO issues regular activity reports (quarterly and biannual) to keep its members informed on iNADO's activities and achievements.

Activity Report 2020 part one Activity Report 2019 part two

Join iNADO!

Join iNADO!

National Anti-Doping Organisations can join iNADO by completing and submitting the membership application form. Once the Membership application is approved by the Board of Directors, iNADO will issue an invoice for the annual membership fee.

Fees are based on the national contribution to WADA, calculated at 20% of that contribution to a maximum of US$ 8.270.

iNADO Membership Application Form