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No excuse for abuse

Preventing sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian action Humanitarian workers are obliged to create and maintain an environment that prevents sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) and promotes

KCS Africa 2020

On the 8 and 9 of January 2020 more than 250 delegates from across the region joined us in Nairobi, Kenya, for our conference in Africa. The event, which focused on Child Safeguarding in Education and

National child protection in Uganda

Report by Agnes Mutonyi Wasike, National Coordinator, Child Protection Working Group, Department of Youth and Children/ MGLSD The National Child Protection (CPWG) system was established in 2009

Nine commitments

Every day, all over the world, countless people from all walks of life are moved to act in response to the humanitarian imperative - the desire to prevent and alleviate humanitarian suffering wherever

Training UN Peacekeepers

Training UN Peacekeepers in child safeguarding is vital for the Uruguayan Army's UN Peacekeepers. Uruguay is one of over 120 countries working with the United Nations, which have helped keep the peace

Safeguarding children in Nigeria

Nigeria has a population of 178,517,000. Of that number, 87,992,000 are children under the age of 18. Many of them are vulnerable to a number of child rights violations, such as violence, abuse,

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