|Nom du contact||Services fournis:||Couverture géographique:||Site internet||Liens de contact||Genre||Nom de l’organisation||Région, Pays||Langues de travail||Spécialisation(s):||Services disponibles pour:|
|Adriana||Leigh||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Canada, Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||ALG consulting||Quebec||Canada||English, Français, Spanish||Complaints and reporting mechanisms , Human resources , Organizational policies & procedures , Training , Process and good practice facilitation and knowledge sharing , Building relational capacity in organizations , Risk management , Safeguarding, Survivor support policies and processes, Wellbeing, Sexual harassment and discrimination, Building workplace cultures of respect||ALG, founded by Adriana Leigh, specializes in building the capacity and people skills necessary to build safe, empathetic, and inclusive environments and relations free of sexual and gender-based violence.We lead from a service and heart-centred place to inspire positive change.The ALG approach is rooted in creative facilitation and legal and global subject-matter expertise, drawing on this unique blend to serve you wherever you are in your journey. ALG builds build safer, more equitable, inclusive organizations and relations through workshops, policy development, implementation coaching and other communications services that push thought leadership.||ALG, fondée par Adriana Leigh, se spécialise dans le renforcement des capacités et des compétences humaines nécessaires pour créer des environnements et des relations sûrs, empathiques et inclusifs sans violence sexuelle ou sexiste.Nous menons à partir d’un service et d’un lieu centré sur le cœur pour inspirer un changement positif.L’approche ALG est enracinée dans la facilitation créative et l’expertise juridique et globale du domaine, s’appuyant sur ce mélange unique pour vous servir où que vous soyez dans votre voyage. ALG construit des organisations et des relations plus sûres, plus équitables et inclusives grâce à des ateliers, à l’élaboration de politiques, à un encadrement de mise en œuvre et à d’autres services de communication qui encouragent le leadership éclairé||+1 (514) 882-4694||www.linkedin.com/in/adrianaleigh1/||O|
|Amira||Diallo||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globally, Canadaemail@example.com||Woman||PerformImpact Consultance Inc.||Quebec||Canada||English, Français||Organizational policies & procedures |
, Complaints and reporting mechanisms
, Community based complaint mechanisms
, Project design and implementation
, Risk management
|PerformImpact Consultancy Inc. is a consulting firm aiming to effectively contribute to the realization of a more equitable world with Human Rights promoted and Gender Equality a reality. |
Our expertise takes into account specific gender related topics such as gender mainstreaming, prevention and response to gender-based violence (GBV), protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), diversity and inclusion, harmful practices (child marriage, female genital mutilation), sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), empowerment of women and girls, men and boys’ engagement, etc.
Our services include:
• Development of policies, strategies, projects/programmes
• Organizational and strategic development
• Capacity building/training
• Evaluation-Research-Analyses (including gender audits and analyses)
• Advocacy and resource mobilization
PerformImpact Consultancy Inc. has a pool of experts with various profiles, and teams are formed according to the missions to be carried out.
Our mission is to be a strategic partner accompanying organizations from diverse backgrounds in achieving positive and sustainable impacts in the promotion of Human Rights and Gender Equality.
|PerformImpact Consultance Inc. est un cabinet de consultation visant à contribuer de façon effective à la réalisation d’un monde plus équitable et juste avec les Droits Humains promus et l’Egalité de Genre une réalité. Notre expertise prend en compte des thématiques spécifiques liées au genre telles que l’intégration du genre, la prévention et la réponse aux les Violences Basées sur le Genre (VBG), la protection contre l’exploitation et les abus sexuels (PEAS), la diversité et l’inclusion, les pratiques néfastes (mariage d’enfants – mutilations génitales féminines), la santé et les droits sexuels et reproductifs, l’autonomisation des femmes et des filles, l’implication des garçons et des hommes, etc. Nos axes d’interventions sont : Développement de politiques, stratégies, projets/programmes Développement organisationnel et stratégique Renforcement de capacités/formation Évaluation-Recherche- Analyses (y compris les audits genre et de sécurité) Plaidoyer et mobilisation de ressources PerformImpact Consultance Inc. dispose d’un pool d’experts de profils variés et des équipes sont constituées tenant compte des missions à réaliser. Notre mission est d’être un partenaire stratégique accompagnant les organisations de divers profils dans l’atteinte d’impacts positifs et durables dans le cadre de la réalisation de leurs objectifs en matière de promotion des Droits Humains et de l’égalité de genre.||+1 (514) 777-6638||www.linkedin.com/in/amira-diallo-366043a9/|
|Aneeta||Williams||Advisor, Consultant, Organization, Tools and resources||Organizations||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Bridging Worlds Consulting Ltd||United Kingdom||English, Malay||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||Aneeta is an international development and humanitarian advocate with a passion to prevent abuse, violence and exploitation children and adults to bring about justice for survivors. She is the founder and Executive Director of Bridging Worlds Consulting Ltd, based in the UK, working globally, providing UN agencies, donors, INGOs, NGOs, faith-based organisations and private sector actors strategic consultancy services in safegaurding, including SEAH. She was the lead consultant to develop several online courses SEAH/Safeguarding with the Open University funded by the UK government. |
BWC undertakes organisational safegaurding audits benchmarked against donor requirments and good practice, safeguarding policy development, investigations. It also delivers training, mentoring and coaching to strengthen capacity to improve safeguarding measures for greater accouability in organisational culture and programme quality.
BWC works with associate consultants nationally and regionally in its delivery of services.
Click here to visit Aneeta’s profile on CHS Alliance’s website
|Aseel||Shakboua||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Middle East and West Africa (MENA)||email@example.com||Woman||Relief International||Jordan||English||Capacity Building, Training||Aseel is a humanitarian expert with ten years of professional experience in PSEA, safeguarding, and accountability to affected population. In addition, she has a solid background in Gender-based violence, safe and inclusive programming, and protection mainstreaming. Aseel has experience in MENA region, as she worked in Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia and Occupied Palestine. She also worked in Bangladesh, Turkey and Australia. |
Aseel is also an expert trainer, with proficiency in developing and designing technical training, and delivering training using cutting edges methodologies. Aseel is also skilled in data management, particularly when it comes to data analysis and reporting.
Aseel is experienced in providing technical advisory services and capacity building at the organizational level for different and diverse organizations, in English and in Arabic.
|Aster||Girma||Advisor, Consultant||Organizations, Ethiopia||Ethiopiafirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Africa||Ethiopia||English||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Legal aid, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Psychosocial support, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||Aster is an Ethiopian expert with 10+ years of experience in the areas of PSEA, child protection/safeguarding and child rights. Her technical assistance involves Government and non-government International Cooperation including but not limited to the Ethiopian Federal Supreme Court – Child Justice Program, Save the Children, The African Child Policy Forum and other International organizations via the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (RSH). |
She had been providing advisory services to the Ethiopian Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (as one member of the Advisory Board of Experts) in framing strategic directions and expanding good practices in PSEA and safeguarding. she also facilitated a number of face-to-face and virtual capacity building trainings and developed capacity building resource tools and operational guidelines/procedures. In this regard, she has provided trainings to justice and law enforcement professionals, NGO staff, community representatives and other stakeholders having contribution to PSEA and Safeguarding. Furthermore, with the objective of strengthening systems in PSEA and Safeguarding, she facilitated different research, policy dialogues and coordination mechanisms at local and national levels.
Aster also has good experience in promoting inclusive organizational system in safeguarding, as it specifically relates to the safeguarding of children with disabilities. In this regard, she has facilitated trainings and developed training tool and guideline that guide the establishment of inclusive organizational system on safeguarding for Ethiopian partner organizations of different International Cooperation Organizations like LIGHT FOR THE WORLD and Kindernothilfe (KNH).
Aster is a native Amharic speaker and fluently speaks English.
|+251 (9) 11640103||Already screened by RSH: Ready for pre-approval|
|Bernard||Ngamo Kameni||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||West Central Africaemail@example.com||Man||Independent Consultant||Yaounde||Cameroon||English, Français, Portugais||Organizational policies & procedures |
|Areas of technical support |
1. Creation of gender-responsive PSEA / Safeguarding Policy documents, Code of Conduct and needed annexes.
2. Creation of age, culture, and gender-sensitive PSEA / Safeguarding Reporting schemes.
3. Creation of PSEA/Safeguarding tasks to be embedded in Job Descriptions for Senior Managers, Specialists, Assistants from of all areas and sectors (Finance, Human Resources, Procurement, Program, Operations….).
4. Creation of PSEA/Safeguarding-responsive provisions to be incorporated into inter-Organizational Memoranda of Understanding and Contracts with service providers.
5. Creation of awareness raising tools, stepping of findings of PSEA/Safeguarding Needs Assessment / Risks management, Gender Analysis and Focus Group Discussions with clusters of community members and best practices.
1. Training of staff and partners’ staff on Norms, standards and procedures of PSEA/Safeguarding.
2. Training of Organization’s PSEA/Safeguarding Focal Points on topics of relevance to their Terms of Reference.
3. Training of Trainers (PSEA/Safeguarding Focal Points or other staff) who will roll-out PSEA/Safeguarding trainings, with development of training modules
4. Training on safe programming.
|Appui technique 1. Conception des documents de Politique de PSEA /Safeguarding ; Code de conduite sensibles au Genre et des Annexes ; 2. Conception des procédures de signalement des cas et allégation PSEA/Safeguarding sensibles à l’âge, à la culture et au genre. 3. Conception des tâches PSEA/Safeguarding à intégrer dans les descriptions de poste des seniors, managers, spécialistes, assistants…. de tous les domaines et secteurs ; 4. Conception des dispositions relatives à la PSEA/Safeguarding à intégrer dans les accords de coopération inter-organisationnels et les contrats avec les fournisseurs de services ; 5. Conception des outils de sensibilisation PSEA/Safeguarding Formations : 1. Formation du personnel et du personnel des partenaires sur les normes, standards et procédures de PSEA/Safeguarding ; 2. Formation des points focaux PSEA/Safeguarding sur les domaines couverts par leurs Termes de Référence (réception et gestion des plaintes, approche centrée sur la survivante) 3. Formation des formateurs (Points Focaux PSEA/Safeguarding ou autres membres du personnel) avec mise à disposition des modules de formation 4. Formation du personnel du programme sur la programmation sûre.||+237 694 492160|
|Caroline||Lemay||Consultant, Ombudsperson||Organizations||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Omega Ombudservices||Quebec||Canada||English, Français||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation||I am offering advising services for small organizations who have to manage cases of sexual misconduct, and coaching for internal investigators mandated to deal with such complaints. As an ombudsperson, investigator and conflict management practitioner for 15 years, I specialized my interventions for small organizations and communities. I have a confirmed experience in management of sexual misconduct. My approach is trauma-informed, oriented towards restorative justice principles and seeks to foster a sense of fairness and trust in order to protect the relationships that underlies a community. I am trained as a lawyer and worked for 4 years in the humanitarian field at the beginning of my career. Those experiences led me understand the necessity to articulate interventions around the spirit of the rules and norms applicable in order to be culturally sensitive. It also helped me to understand the reality of international cooperation work.||J’offre des services-conseils pour les petites organisations devant gérer des cas d’inconduites sexuelles ainsi que des services de coaching pour les enquêteurs internes appelés à gérer les plaintes dans ces situations. En tant qu’ombudsperson, enquêteure et praticienne en gestion et prévention des différends depuis 15 ans, je me suis spécialisée dans les interventions pour les petites organisations ou communautés. J’ai une expérience confirmée en gestion de plaintes en matière de violences sexuelles. Mon approche est sensible aux traumatismes, orientée vers les principes de la justice réparatrice. Elle cherche à promouvoir le sentiment de justice et de protéger la confiance nécessaire au sein de communautés. Je suis formée comme avocate et j’ai oeuvré dans le monde humanitaire pendant 4 ans, au début de ma carrière. Ces expériences m’ont permis de comprendre la nécessité d’articuler mes interventions en vertu de l’esprit des règles et normes en vigueur afin d’avoir une approche sensible à la culture. Ces expériences me permettent également de proposer des conseils adaptés au milieu de la coopération.||+1 (514) 716-6468||www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-lemay-bba94764/||O|
|Carolyn||Bys||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globallyemail@example.com||Woman||Equitable Terms||Oregon||United States||English||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Human resources, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||Equitable Terms works in partnership with your organization to deliver a suite of services that provides a holistic framework for creating and maintaining an equity-informed and trauma-informed approach to Safe and Respectful Workplaces.||Equitable Terms travaille en partenariat avec votre organisation pour fournir une série de services qui offrent un cadre holistique pour créer et maintenir une approche de la sécurité et du respect sur le lieu de travail qui tienne compte de l’équité et des traumatismes.||+1 (503) 765-6583||www.equitableterms.com||O|
|Christine||Longueville||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globalfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Christine Longueville Consulting||Paris||France||English, Français, Spanish||Investigation, Training||Christine Longueville is a certified SEAH Investigator and Trainer with an MA in Humanitarian Action, currently working as an independent consultant conducting field and remote SEAH investigations for humanitarian organisations. She also conducts online and onsite investigation trainings for the CHS Alliance. |
Click here to visit Christine’s profile on CHS Alliance’s website
|Certifiée par le CHS Alliance, Christine Longueville est consultante et mène des enquêtes administratives sur site et à distance pour des ONG sur des allégations EASH. Elle est aussi formatrice pour le CHS Alliance. Cliquez ici pour voir le profil de Christine sur le site du CHS Alliance.||www.linkedin.com/in/christine-longueville-/|
|CHS Alliance||Organizations||Globalemail@example.com||London||United Kingdom||English||Resources, guidance, tools and advice, Learning and collaboration opportunities, Learning and capacity sharing opportunities, The CHS Alliance Approved Trainers Scheme||As an alliance of more than 150 aid organisations, we are committed to tackling all forms of mistreatment and misconduct, wherever they occur. Protection from Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (PSEAH) is woven throughout the Nine Commitments of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS).|
The PSEAH Index clearly states various safeguarding requirements for 22 of the CHS. It gives organisations verifying their performance against the CHS the ability to determine whether they have the policies and practices in place to protect people from sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment.
Our members are at the forefront of efforts to reduce the incidence of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. One way that we are leading these efforts is through the CHS Alliance Community of Practice (CoP). This CoP is made up of Alliance members who share insights, good practices, experience and information on PSEAH, and provide input into the development of materials on the issue.
Click here to learn more about what we have to offer on PSEA
|Clémence||Kopeikin||Consultant||Organizations||Latin America, Africafirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Andalucia||Spain||English, Français, Spanish, Portuguese||Complaints and reporting mechanisms||My name is Clémence Kopeikin. I am a public health specialist with skills in qualitative and quantitative research, project evaluation, and project management. I have experience in a wide range of thematic areas, with SRHR as my priority. I have more than 6 years experience in humanitarian and development projects and have significant research and capacity building experience which can be applied to different contexts and projects.|
I am fully proficient in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, and available to conduct workshops and write reports and communication materials in these languages.
As PSEA Focal Point and Country Direct for Doctors of the World in Angola, I had the chance to work with specialists in this area to develop our PSEA protocol, as well as conduct community-based consultation activities to make sure structures proposed adequately reflected community needs. I facilitated trainings to all of the 100-person team and specific trainings to community-level focal points. I did the following in this area: Create a protocol, train all staff, train specific community-based PSEA focal points who were part of reporting system, assure security and anonymity of reporting mechanisms, case management (as well as referral and follow-up). Develop communication tools and materials to spread community awareness and organize a campaign. Create training videos for staff in Portuguese.
|Je m’appelle Clémence Kopeikin. Je suis titulaire d’un Master en Santé Publique de L’Université de Copenhague / L’Université de Grenade (Europub Health Master Programme) où les questions liées à la méthodologie de recherche qualitative et quantitative étaient au centre de ma formation. J’ai plus de 6 ans d’expérience avec diverses projets humanitaires en tant que consultante, chercheuse et coordinatrice de projets. Je maîtrise parfaitement l’anglais, le français, l’espagnol et le portugais, et je suis disponible pour animer des ateliers, rédiger des rapports et créer des matériels de communication dans ces langues. En tant que Point Focal de PSEA et Country Director pour Médecins du Monde en Angola, j’ai eu la chance de travailler avec des spécialistes dans ce domaine pour développer notre protocole PSEA, ainsi que de mener des activités de consultation a niveau communautaire pour m’assurer que les structures de rapport de cas de PSEA proposées reflètent adéquatement les besoins de la communauté. J’ai animé des formations pour l’ensemble de l’équipe de plus de 100 personnes ainsi que des formations spécifiques pour les points focaux au niveau communautaire.||+34 602-496-861||www.linkedin.com/in/cl%C3%A9mence-kopeikin-03b64566/?originalSubdomain=es|
|David||Owen||Consultant||Organizations, Women||Globalemail@example.com||Man||United Kingdom||English||Safeguarding investigations, Safeguarding training, Mentoring and case reviews||I have conducted SHEA investigations and delivered training for INGOs globally since 2011. In 2016 I became a CHS Alliance certified SEA investigations trainer. For several INGO clients I deliver monthly webinars for Safeguarding Focal Points and managers tasked with preventing and investigating cases of SHEA. I provide mentoring and support for investigators.||(044) () 7793543529||www.linkedin.com/in/david-m-owen-85912315/||Waiting for references|
|Désirée||Walter||Auditor||Organizations||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI)||Geneva||Switzerland||English||Auditing|| Sexual exploitation and abuse undermines the aid sector as a whole. The sector needs to catalyse change to ensure organisations are accountable and have the leadership, capacity and systems in place to fight back against sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). HQAI – as independent auditor against the Core Humanitarian Standard – can assure that audited organisations have the relevant mechanisms in place: HQAI auditors determine if safeguarding mechanisms exist, if these mechanisms can identify breaches and if they lead to corrective actions. All these elements are interconnected to draw audit conclusions.|
As a core standard, the CHS describes the essential elements of principled, accountable and high-quality humanitarian aid. The topic of safeguarding is a cross-cutting theme in the CHS. About one third of the requirements directly or indirectly refer to safeguarding issues, including staff behaviour, do-no-harm and complaints handling but also the involvement of communities in setting-up appropriate feedback and complaint mechanisms. The set-up and control of appropriate mechanisms can minimise the risk that wrong-doing happens, identify an incident when it happens and take corrective actions (e.g. sanctions for perpetrators, assistance to victims and improving these mechanisms based on the learning from each case). HQAI – as independent auditor against the CHS – can assure that audited organisations comply with the standard (in other words: that the mechanisms exist and function).
About HQAI: The Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI) is an independent auditor for the humanitarian and development sector. Professional, not-for-profit and non-governmental, HQAI offers mechanisms to measure the extent to which organisations are accountable. Accountable to the people they serve, to donors, host governments, and, indeed, their own staff. The standard we use is the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) on Quality and Accountability.
HQAI’s role as an independent auditor is to verify that organisations correctly apply the CHS from the head office to the field. The independent audit starts with document reviews and interviews at the head office. Then we visit a selection of country programmes where we interview staff and partners, but most importantly we talk to the people who are affected by crisis. We actively ask for their views and take them into account for our reports and feedback to the organisation.
HQAI’s auditing services (see below) are intended to systematically improve the quality and accountability of humanitarian and development work. With safeguarding being a cross-cutting topic in the CHS, HQAI auditors continually check and connect the related CHS requirements. They determine if safeguarding mechanisms existe, if these mechanisms can identify breaches and if they lead to corrective actions. We provide an objective assessment of the performance of organisations and help them credibly demonstrate the quality of their services. This builds trust with stakeholders – including institutional donors who increasingly recognise and recommend HQAI audits. And most importantly we ensure that organisations put vulnerable people at the centre of their work.
To make our services accessibly to a variety of organisations we manage a Subsidy Fund. National organisations are encouraged to apply for a Subsidy that can cover up to 90% of the cost of an audit. Read more info here:
HQAI audit services:
Through a system of independent quality assurance (this means “audit by an external party”) HQAI assesses the performance of organisations. Our audits determine the degree to which the implementation of the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) – and therefore good practice and accountability to affected communities – has been successful. Our audit services include certification, independent verification and benchmarking.
Organisations making use of our services are extremely diverse in terms of size (1 to 150 country programmes), types (UN agency, group, national, international) and mandates (humanitarian, development, advocacy). This diversity demonstrates the flexibility of the CHS as a standard, and of HQAI’s methods to measure its application.
HQAI is accredited against ISO/IEC 17065:2012 for its CHS certification scheme since 2018.
|+41 22- 566-1399||www.linkedin.com/company/hqai/|
|Dr.Michael Reuben||Ntibikema,PhD||Advisor, Consultant, Organization, Tools and resources||Organizations||Eastern Africaemail@example.com||Man||Elimu Mwangaza Tanzania||Kilimanjaro||Tanzania||English||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Human resources, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training, Research and evaluation||I started delivering training in 2012 on child safeguarding policy and procedures to USAID Grant beneficiaries in Tanzania in collaboration with Keeping Children Safe Coalition (KCS), UK. Since then, I have continued to provide safeguarding services to international and national organizations on safeguarding, case management, policy development, investigation, and organization self-audit. Similarly, I offer training and mentorship to improve their safeguarding policy, procedures, and practices. I have offered safeguarding services to African Initiative (UK), ChildHope (UK), Royal National Lifeboat Institute(RNLI)(UK), Motivation(UK), Abilis Foundation(Finland), Resource and Support Hub(RSH), Livingstone Trust(UK), ActionAid International(AI). I also provide services on research and project/program evaluation to international, national, and local organizations.||+255 (27) 712526730|
|Ernest||Lukumwena||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Africafirstname.lastname@example.org||Man||Independent Consultant||DRC||Democratic Republic of the Congo||English, Français, Swahili||Human rights |
, Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA)
, Child protection
, Humanitarian law
|Skilled trainer in the field of PSEA through several platforms and organizations. Regional PSEA Coordinator at UNFPA and facilitator of PSEA network meetings for the Kasai region. Lawyer specializing in human rights, protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), child protection and humanitarian law. I have a degree in Law and a Master’s degree in International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid. Judicial defender at the High Court of Mbandaka/ DRC and Expert in Institutional Development and Capacity Building, Coach in project management and development programs. I have nearly 13 years of experience in the management of the development and humanitarian project cycle both in the United Nations system (UNDP, UNJHRO, UNICEF, WFP, FAO, IFAD, UNCDF, UNFPA, UNOCHA) and in other international organizations (ACORD, CONCERN, SNV-Netherland), consultancy firms (Dalberg), national non-governmental organizations and state services. And it is in urban and rural settings, refugee/returnee areas, post-conflict areas and in stable areas. I have a proven experience in the structuring of the rural world (rural organizations, cooperatives, umbrella organizations, etc.). I have also benefited from several trainings in the fields of emergencies, child protection, resolution 1612, early recovery (rehabilitation), development, reporting and public information, sustainable development, gender, institutional and organizational development, participatory approaches. I work for humanitarian associations/foundations on various issues such as women and children’s rights, promotion of indigenous peoples’ rights, sexual exploitation and trafficking, migration and refugees, crime, democratic governance and criminal justice. Rigorous and endowed with analytical and synthesis skills, I lead cross-cutting and international missions involving the design and implementation of projects and advocacy campaigns. I have demonstrated my ability to quickly grasp complex legal and political issues. Aware of injustices and democratic issues, I am involved in a society more respectful of people’s rights.||Formateur talentueux dans le domaine de PSEA à travers plusieurs plateformes et organisations. Coordinateur régional PSEA chez UNFPA et facilitateur des réunions du réseau PSEA pour la région du Kasaï. Juriste spécialiste des droits de l’homme, Protection contre l’exploitation et les abus sexuels (PSEA), protection de l’enfance et du droit humanitaire. J’ai un diplôme de licence en Droit et un Master en Coopération Internationale et Aide Humanitaire. Défenseur judiciaire près le tribunal de grande instance de Mbandaka/ RDC et Expert en Développement Institutionnel et Renforcement des Capacités, Coach en gestion de projets et programmes de développement. Je possède une expérience de près de 13 ans dans la gestion du cycle des projets de développement et humanitaire tant dans le système des Nations Unies (PNUD, BCNUDH, UNICEF, PAM, FAO, FIDA, UNCDF, UNFPA, UNOCHA) que dans d’autres organisations internationales (ACORD, CONCERN, SNV-Netherland), bureau/cabinet d’études (Dalberg), organisations non gouvernementales nationales et services étatiques. Et c’est dans les milieux urbains et ruraux, zones de retour des réfugiés/rapatriés, zones post-conflits et dans les zones stables. J’ai une expérience avérée dans la structuration du monde paysan (organisations paysannes, coopératives, faitières, etc.). J’ai également bénéficié de plusieurs formations dans les domaines des urgences, protection de l’enfance, résolution 1612, de relèvement précoce (réhabilitation), du développement, du reporting et information publique, développement durable, genre, développement institutionnel et organisationnel, les approches participatives. Je travaille pour des associations/fondations humanitaires sur des sujets variés tels que les droits des femmes et des enfants, la promotion des droits des peuples autochtones, l’exploitation sexuelle et la traite des êtres humains, les migrations et les réfugiés, la criminalité, la gouvernance démocratique et la justice pénale. Rigoureux et doté de capacités d’analyse et de synthèse, je dirige des missions transversales et internationales impliquant la conception et la mise en œuvre de projets et de campagnes de plaidoyer. J’ai montré ma capacité à appréhender rapidement des enjeux juridiques et politiques complexes. Conscient des injustices et des enjeux démocratiques, je m’implique pour une société plus respectueuse des droits des personnes.||+243 812382447|
|Irene||Dawa||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globallyemail@example.com||Woman||Independent Consultant||Uganda||English||Gender, Gender based violence , Sexual reproductive health , Conflict-related sexual violence , Research, Design and program implementation||I am a Gender expert with focus on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Reproductive Health (GBV/SRH), protection, and conflict management with more than 10 years of experience in emergency humanitarian response. I am specialising in conflict-related sexual violence research, designing, and implementing programs in GBV/SRH, protection, peacebuilding and conflict management, women’s empowerment, mental health and governance. I am a member of the GBV AoR Help Desk. In the past, I have coordinated Violence against Women programs for GIZ in Sudan and South Sudan and numerous other gender programs for Regional organizations. I am a certified trainer of conflict management, Do No Harm and Alternatives to violence projects.||+256 772 668698||www.linkedin.com/in/irenedawa/|
|Janet||Anaele||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||West Africa, Globalfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Independent Consultant||West Africa||Nigeria||English, Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Psychosocial support, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training, Organisation Culture, Survivor-centred case handling and referrals||Janet Ifunanya Anaele is a Child Protection- (CP), Sexual and Gender-based violence- (SGBV), Social Inclusion, Psychosocial Support(PSS), and safeguarding professional in both humanitarian and development settings.|
She has worked with different INGOs and NGOs/CBOs providing technical leadership, and capacity-building training, developing and quality assuring training materials on protection and safeguarding. She has supported Resource and Support Hub (RSH) partner organizations to create and integrate safeguarding into program activities and proposal development, develop organizational policies and procedures and establish safe and effective reporting mechanisms. Janet has provided guidance to the program team on safe programming including designing tools, conducting research on emerging risks, and developing mitigation strategies.
Janet is highly skilled in providing survivor-centered case management support and facilitating safe and confidential referrals for survivors and has provided these services on InterAction From Pledge 2 Action Project (FP2A). Janet is a certified CP/GBV Case Management Trainer and a member of the GBVH case management pool of trainers in Nigeria.
|+234 (706) 5231544||www.linkedin.com/in/janet-anaele-84b523129|
|Josephine||Wanjiru||Consultant||Organizations||East and Southern Africaemail@example.com||Woman||International Consultant||Kenya||English||PSEA Coordination |
, PSEA Action Plans
, PSEA tools
, Risk assessment
, Community-based complaints mechanisms (CBCM)
|Josephine has worked with UN Agencies, international and national NGOs and, national and local governments to strengthen/implement PSEA as follows: |
Josephine has supported the PSEA Coordinator and OCHA to implement the PSEA Action Plan and to strengthen PSEA infrastructure in OCHA. She has worked in gender and Protection, implementing PSEA and GBV responses in various contexts, including
(a) training staff, government officials, and implementing partners in PSEA;
(b) Developed/or customized PSEA tools including:
(i) Developing PSEA Action Plans;
(ii) Customizing PSEA risk assessment tools;
(iii) Customizing terms of reference for PSEA Focal Point;
(v) Assessment tool for assessing capacity of community-based complaints and feedback mechanisms, and the referral pathways.
She has promoted inter-agency coordination on PSEA and advised the managers on ways of strengthening coordination, including promoting inter-agency coordination with Government Departments NGOs. Some of the PSEA Training materials that she developed were used in development of a PSEA Toolkit. Josephine can support organizations in the following ways:
1. PSEA Coordination
2. Develop PSEA Action Plans
3. Draft PSEA training materials and conduct training
4. Develop/customize PSEA tools
5. Undertake PSEA risk assessment tools;
6. Draft terms of reference for PSEA Focal Points;
7. Review and strengthen community-based complaints and feedback mechanisms, and the referral pathways.
8. Promote inter-agency coordination
9. Conduct impact assessments on Sexual and Gender Based Violence in IDPs and Refugee Camps
10. Develop social norms change communication to address female genital mutilation/cutting FGM/C
|Josephine||Basudde||Advisor, Consultant, Tools and resources||Organizations, Women, Refugees, children.||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Mubuntu Counselling and Consulting Services||Ontario-Ottawa||Canada||English||Psychosocial support, Training||Please contact me at email@example.com for the following: Counselling referral or services on gender-based violence, sexual exploitation, human trafficking, Training Facilitation||+1 (613) 710-2326|
|Juliette||Sanchez-Lambert||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Freelance consultant||Lyon||France||English, Français||Content development (training and resources), Consultation services, Training facilitation, Research and analysis , Training facilitation||As a trainer, facilitator and consultant, I support organizations working for social change in reforming their internal prevention mechanisms as well as complaint protocols. In my trainings, I also facilitate conversations about workplace culture, mental models and power structures in order to facilitate change in harassment prevention work. I also train key actors in organizations so they create their own context-specific material and train their own staff, colleagues and volunteers.|
In my trainings on harassment and sexual violence prevention, I use the Red Flag System, a concept Sara Hassan and myself developed in “It’s Not That Grey”, a practical guide on the twilight of sexual harassment. The guide raises awareness on the fact that sexual harassment in on a spectrum and often develops seemingly harmlessly. The Red Flag System gives practical tools to identify sexual harassment in its early stages and therefore take action before the situation becomes much graver. I believe the Red Flag System is particularly relevant to PSEA in the international cooperation field.
I recognise myself in Digna’s feminist and intersectional values and I believe I can make meaningful contributions to your work on PSEA. I build and facilitate my own trainings, in person or online, from small workshops to large-scale with several hundreds of people. I can take on assignments on very short notice and be operational very quickly, e.g. to facilitate trainings with existing material. I am passionate about translating complex information into accessible information and therefore love producing new and innovative training material. I have a unique background of human rights law and gender studies and a thorough knowledge of the root causes and illustrations of sexual violence, sexual abuse and exploitation.
In terms of topics, I have experience in:
• Policies and code of conduct development; Gender-responsive policies and practices
• Organizational change and leadership on SEA; Assessing PSEA needs and prioritizing efforts as an organization
• Survivor-centered response and support mechanisms
• Establishing organizational reporting systems that are safe, confidential, adequate, accessible, and effective
• Training and communicating on SEA prevention: Train-the-trainer approaches; Working with partners
|Kashindi||Shabani GADY||Advisor||Organizations, LGBTQ+ individuals||Democratic Republic of the Congoemail@example.com||Prefer not to disclose||Savie Asbl NGO LGBT PGEL Congo||South Kivu, Bukavu||Democratic Republic of the Congo||English, Français, Swahili||LGBTQ+ rights||Savie Asbl NGO LGBT PGEL is a group of rural LGBT internally displaced IDPs & refugees, made up of LGBT Street sex workers, vendors in the informal economy, LGBTQ+ activists, students and professionals in Albinism based in the East of the Democratic Republic of the Congo at Bukavu town in South-Kivu region.|
• To accelerate sexual and reproductive health rights on minority sexual, equality, social and economic inclusion for LGBTQI people locally by leveraging the collective advocacy and empowering of business to support LGBTQI inclusion in local communities.
• Supporting LGBTQ refugees and migrants in integration.
• Reduce discrimination in the workplace against LGBTQI people locally.
• Increase the number of local workplaces that are LGBTQI inclusive.
• Raise awareness among public policy makers in Democratic Republic of Congo and globally of the economic benefit of LGBTQI inclusive policies and HiV and AIDS.
• Leverage the power of business to use its platform (email, social media, website and activities…) to drive legal change in Democratic Republic of Congo and worldwide where LGBTI discrimination is still legal.
|Savie Asbl NGO LGBTQ | DRC |Association de lutte contre les provocations et la haine anti-LGBT+ et persecution sur l’inclusion social de SGBV et LGBTQ au travail.Mission-Lutte contre les discriminations liées au sexe, lieu de travail, au genre, à l’orientation sexuelle et/ou à l’état de santé résultant de l’infection par une maladie sexuellement transmissible, en particulier par le VIH et SGBV.-Accélérer l’égalité, l’inclusion sociale et économique des personnes LGBTI en Democratique du Congo et dans le monde en tirant parti du plaidoyer collectif et pouvoir des affaires.Description de l’organizationAssociation de lutte contre:-les discriminations liées à l’orientation sexuelle et l’identité de genre et SGBV.-l’inaction sur l’inégalité, l’inclusion sociale et économique des LGBTI persone.-Organiser des plaidoyer collectif dans les milieux des affaires pour inclusion des LGBTI persone.||+243 973-734462||www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/kashindi-shabani-8740a16b||O|
|Lara||Quarterman||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Independent Consultant||Ethiopia||English||Gender based violence |
, Child protection
, Sexual exploitation and abuse
|Lara is a gender and protection specialist with 18 years of experience, including on gender-based violence, child protection, and sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). She is skilled at training design and facilitation, coordinating diverse networks, designing projects to address violence, exploitation, and abuse, managing projects with multiple components, and monitoring and evaluating the implementation of projects.||+251 968-500-202|
|Lucy||Heaven Taylor||Consultant||Organizations||Globalemail@example.com||Woman||United Kingdom||English||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||Lucy Heaven Taylor a senior consultant with over 20 years experience of working on safeguarding and PSEAH in the humanitarian and development sector. She provides advice on safeguarding and PSEAH (protection from sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment) to clients such as UN Women, FCDO, Oxfam, Bond and CHS Alliance. Her high-level experience includes training, organisational review, strategy development, toolkit design and evaluation. She is a trained safeguarding investigator with experience in facilitating workshops on implementing safeguarding and investigating safeguarding reports.|
She is a member of FCDO’s Independent Reference Group on PSEAH, the IASC Technical Experts Group on PSEAH and the UKCDR (UK Collaborative on Development Research) Safeguarding Expert Advisory Group. She is a regular contributor on discussion panels and in the media, and gave evidence to the UK Parliament International Development Committee Enquiry into Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the Aid Sector.
She is a CHS approved trainer delivering training on investigating SEA, and a regular trainer for Bond’s Good Safeguarding Practice and Managing Safeguarding Investigations training. In addition she is an Associate Lecturer for the Oxford Brookes University Masters in Development and Emergency Practice.
|44 (07810) 490024||www.linkedin.com/in/lucy-heaven-taylor-a47a2757/||Already screened by RSH: Ready for pre-approval|
|Maiden||Manzanal-frank||Consultant||Organizations||Canada, Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||GlobalStakes Consulting||Alberta||Canada||English, Tagalog||Gender based violence, Research, Women’s rights, Strategy, Change management, Global impact , Stakeholder engagement, Leadership of purpose-driven executives||I have more than a decade of work in international development working on women’s issues, gender violence, women’s rights at the national, regional, and international levels. In Central Alberta, I partnered with CAIWA (women immigrants) on a domestic violence research project. I collaborated and volunteered in facilitating the research dissemination workshops with the community agencies and actors in Central Alberta.||+1 (403) 913-5140||www.linkedin.com/in/maidenmanzanalfrank|
|Mette||Honoré||Consultant||Organizations||Globalemail@example.com||Woman||Safe Standards||Copenhagen||Denmark||English, Danish||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||My background is within safeguarding, accountability and compliance in the humanitarian and development sectors with a strong focus on prevention and intervention in relation to sexual misconduct. I enjoy facilitation of training and provision of technical guidance to management levels as well as frontline aid workers and other professionals on adherence to standards. My long operational knowledge paired with extensive safeguarding and investigation experience have put me in a position to undertake independent investigations on demand as well as guide others to adherence to principles for high-standard safeguarding set-ups.|
I have conducted a high number of SEAH investigations, and I am familiar with the importance of addressing sensitive (often safety) challenges during such processes aiming at safeguarding all involved, e.g., survivors, witnesses, and subjects of concern.I am accustomed to working under difficult conditions, also in hardship locations and understand the crucial importance of reaching out to all staff and volunteers, also in the far field, in the application of standards and values, especially in relation to sexual misconduct.
|+45 22482497||www.linkedin.com/in/mette-honor%C3%A9-1423a8a/||Waiting for references|
|Michelle||Berg||Consultant||Organizations||Middle East, Africa, Asia, Pacific, Europe, Canadafirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Independent Consultant||Ontario||Canada||English, Can speak understand and read French||Legal aid, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Training, Gender, Protection, Protection mainstreaming||Provides services in research, writing, analysis, strategic planning and programmes for protection, gender, protection mainstreaming, gender mainstreaming, and PSEA.||Fournit des services de recherche, de rédaction, d’analyse, de planification stratégique et de programmes pour la protection, le genre, l’intégration de la protection, l’intégration du genre et la PSEA.||www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-berg-998a032||O|
|Nancy||Degraff||Consulting Firm||Organizations||Globallyemail@example.com||Woman||STEPS Consulting Social||Québec||Canada||English, Français||Development engineering in the health and social sectors, Capacity Building, Community-based approach||STEPS Consulting Social is an association, a research and consulting firm, specializing in development engineering in the health and social sectors. Its consultants bring their expertise to organizations, companies and institutions for the integration and social participation of people in extremely vulnerable situations, mainly in developing countries and in emergency contexts (conflicts, natural disasters, etc.). They favor capacity building to contribute to the sustainability of actions and a community-based approach with the involvement of local stakeholders.||STEPS Consulting Social est une association, bureau d’études et de conseils, spécialisée en ingénierie du développement dans les domaines sanitaires et sociaux. Ses consultants apportent leur expertise auprès des organisations, des entreprises et des institutions pour l’intégration et la participation sociale des personnes en situation d’extrême vulnérabilité, principalement dans des pays en développement et dans des contextes de situation d’urgence (conflits, catastrophes naturelles…). Ils privilégient le renforcement des capacités pour contribuer à la pérennité des actions et l’approche communautaire impliquant la participation des acteurs locaux. Depuis 2011, STEPS Consulting Social accompagne la réflexion et le déploiement de politiques de prévention des abus au sein de différentes organisations, dans divers contextes.||+1 (438) 464-1513||www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-degraff-6b4b8a56/|
|OSACO||Advisor, Auditor, Consultant, Organization, Safeguarding audits||Organizations, Women, Men||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Man||OSACO Group Ltd||New Zealand||English, Français, Arabic||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||OSACO Group Ltd recognizes the serious impact of Sexual Exploitation Abuse and Fraud and Corruption on the most vulnerable by those in a position of power and perceived international standing and takes a Survivor Centric Approach in all its work. |
As an experienced provider of investigation and capacity development to UN, INGO, and corporate organizations remotely and on the ground, quality and assurance including performance measures are taken seriously. OSACO has several long-term agreements to provide investigative support to UNICEF, IAEA, WHO and multiple INGO’s.
OSACO has undertaken wide-scale reviews of investigations, crisis and risk management conducted by clients, including after they have been directed to do so by donors and other stakeholders – including DFID, EU, EC, and USAID. These have included not just a review of outcomes but also the client’s relevant internal policies and procedures.
OSACO now has an office in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
OSACO develops and provides training to organisations covering all aspects of compliance and oversight. Our training includes:
• Safeguard Investigations
• Environmental, Social and Governance
• Anti-bribery and Anti-Corruption
• Fraud and Ethics
• Leadership and Team building
• Investigation Management
• Investigation Support
• Risk Management
|64 (27) 7479808||www.linkedin.com/company/16235069/admin/|
|Paul||Nolan||Consultant||Organizations||Globallyemail@example.com||Man||GCPS Consulting||United Kingdom||English, Français, Arabic, Spanish||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Investigation & safeguarding reviews / audits, Organizational policies & procedures, Risk management, Safeguarding culture, leadership, and governance, Training||GCPS is a specialist safeguarding/PSEAH consulting firm. Established in 2008 we provide a wide range of services and supports to international aid and development organisations. We offer expert assistance with development of policies and procedures, codes, guidelines, etc. as well as training on safeguarding/PSEAH and implementation of measures designed to prevent issues and incidents. On the response side, we conduct independent investigations, case reviews and support organisations to put in place complaints mechanisms and develop case management systems. We also train investigators and case managers. GCPS also works with senior managers on safety cultures and leadership.||+44 7891 135143||https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-nolan-44a24121/||Waiting for references|
|Renée||Wolforth||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations||Globally||www.linkedin.com/in/ren%C3%A9efirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Attica||Greece||English||PSEA training facilitation and content development consultant available to support organizations with their PSEA training needs. Most recently, Renée co-developed and co-facilitated a PSEA training on working with partners and co-facilitated a PSEA Training of Trainers for Digna, as well as supporting civil society organizations in designing and implementing Safeguarding/PSEA policies and feedback mechanisms in Poland and Romania. She has worked in humanitarian assistance for almost 15 years, including almost 5 years in protection in conflict-affected and refugee hosting countries in various regions within Africa (e.g., West, East, and the Horn), and in the Middle East and South Asia. This experience has also included acting as PSEA focal point for humanitarian organizations in Bangladesh and Lebanon, representing GBV survivors in civil court in the U.S., and co-chairing a GBV sub-working group in South Sudan. She also has a Training of Trainers Certificate from Save the Children and has done multiple trainings for staff and volunteers with various organizations, as well as community members, on a number of protection-related topics (e.g., GBV, protection mainstreaming, and protection monitoring).||www.linkedin.com/in/ren%C3%A9e-wolforth-1a61821/||O|
|Resource & Support Hub||Organizations||Globalemail@example.com||London||United Kingdom||English, Français, العربية, Kiswahili||Safeguarding, Visit the following links to access RSH’s national hubs:||At RSH, we support organisations in the humanitarian and development sectors to strengthen their safeguarding policy and practice against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH). By offering a wide range of free tools, training and advice in over 10 languages, RSH enables people and organisations to reduce the risk of harm.|
Our platform is open access, but we prioritise the needs of smaller civil society organisations.
|Le Centre de ressources et de support sur la sauvegarde (RSH) vise à aider les organisations du secteur de l’aide humanitaire à renforcer leur politique et leurs pratiques de sauvegarde contre l’exploitation, les abus et le harcèlement sexuels.|
Le Centre est une plateforme en libre accès qui rassemble des conseils, des recherches et des outils pertinents, et qui oriente vers un soutien de qualité en matière de sauvegarde. Il offre la possibilité de s’engager significativement à travers des communautés en ligne, des forums de discussion et des événements en direct.
|Sylvie||Robert||Organizations, Women, Men, Refugees; IDPs; Migrants; Vulnerable communities||Globallyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Independent Consultant||Toledo||Spain||English, Français, Spanish||Quality Assurance|
Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP)
Protection from sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)
Inter-agency PSEA Coordinator
Reach Out Project Coordinator
Facilitator/Trainer of Trainers
CHS Alliance Certified Trainer
HQAI Senior Auditor on the CHS
HPC/PCM, Monitoring & Evaluation
Capitalisation of Experiences
Knowledge & Change Management
|Quality Assurance Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) Protection from sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Coordinator Inter-agency PSEA Coordinator Reach Out Project Coordinator Facilitator/Trainer of Trainers CHS Alliance Certified Trainer Auditor-Quality Assurance HQAI Senior Auditor on the CHS Programme/Project Manager Evaluator HPC/PCM, Monitoring & Evaluation Capitalisation of Experiences Knowledge & Change Management Organisational Learning||+34 638 260 929|
|Tara||Henderson||Consultant, Trainer||Organizations, Survivor support||Globally, Canadaemail@example.com||Woman||National Capital Region||Canada||English||Tara supports development and delivery of sexual violence prevention training. An experienced professional, who has experience with international development and front-line organizations.||(613) 899-5948||www.linkedin.com/in/tara-henderson-39723318/||O|
|Tiffany||Walsh||Consultant||Organizations||Canada (Turtle Island and Inuit Nunangat)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Woman||Independent Consultant||Alberta||Canada||English||Policies |
, Diversity equity and inclusion
, QT2SBIPOC Mental health and wellness
|Tiffany Walsh offers a range of freelance policy analysis and writing, content and curriculum development, consulting, and coaching for organizations within the non-profit and private sectors in the following areas:|
• Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives
• Organizational Assessments
• Equitable Human Resources Policies and Practices
• Gender-Based Violence Prevention
• QT2SBIPOC Mental Health and Wellness
• Accessible Housing
Tiffany is informed by her own experience within the non-profit sector and the helping professions as a marginalized member of leadership, and is passionate about rendering institutions accountable and transparent. Tiffany grounds her approach within community perspectives and best practices, and offers critical analyses rooted within anti-oppressive and decolonial frameworks. To this end, Tiffany is also committed to offering accessible, one-on-one coaching and support to marginalized team members and members within leadership navigating systemic oppression.
|Virginie||Vuylsteke||Advisor, Consultant||Organizations||Globalemail@example.com||Woman||Belgium||English, Français||Safeguarding, Gender, protection, & inclusion, Training, Project design & implementation, Organisational policies & procedures||– Humanitarian and development consultant with 12+ years experience with NGOs, EU and UN |
– Provides technical support, capacity building / training, strategic advice, and programme design services
– Technical expertise in safeguarding/PSEA and gender/protection (mainstreaming) & inclusion
|– Consultante en aide humanitaire et en développement avec plus de 12 ans d’expérience auprès d’ONG, de l’UE et de l’ONU|
– Fournit de l’appui technique, du renforcement de capacités / formations, du conseil stratégique, et du développement de programmes
– Expertise technique en matière de safeguarding/PSEA et (intégration du) genre/protection & inclusion
|+32 (496) 872709||www.linkedin.com/in/virginie-vuylsteke/|
|Yeshiwas||Emiru||Advisor, Auditor, Consultant, Tools and resources||Organizations||East Africafirstname.lastname@example.org||Man||Individual Consultant||Addis Ababa||Ethiopia||English, Amharic, Afan Oromo||Complaints and reporting mechanisms, Human resources, Investigation, Organizational policies & procedures, Project design and implementation, Risk management, Safeguarding, Training||I provide safeguarding investigation service for Sauth Sudanse Refeuge while I was with Oxfam.||251 (91) 3502466||ethiopia.safeguardingsupporthub.org/provider/yeshiwas-emiru-shana||Already screened by RSH: Ready for pre-approval|