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Resource Library

This resource library serves as a tool for InterAction members to support their efforts around safeguarding in the aid sector.

This library serves as a hub where stakeholders and NGO teams can access resources related to safeguarding. These resources range from guidance documents, training template, and other tools designed to help organizations and NGO staff tackle issues on sexual exploitation abuse, and harassment.

The resource library provides open access to tools and other useful information. It is designed to improve the humanitarian and development sector’s understanding of and ability to prevent and respond to incidents of sexual harassment and abuse when they occur.

Due to some of the content in the Reference Library, it is only available to staff of InterAction Members. Please register utilizing your work email address. If you would like to explore becoming an InterAction Member, please contact Burt Blanchard at bblanchard@interaction.org.

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Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit- Visuals Without Text PART ONE

Habitat for Humanity International, Oxfam International, Wateraid

This set of documents is part of the larger "Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit." This set of documents contains visuals without text and are intended for use by organizations to raise awareness about safeguarding issues among communities. Organizations can use the visuals without text to insert their own text or to insert translations. The rest of the posts without text can be found in the resource titled "Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit - Visuals Without Text PART TWO"

Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit-Visuals with text PART ONE

Habitat for Humanity International, Oxfam International, Wateraid

This set of documents is part of the larger "Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit." This set of document contains ready to use posters with the following messages: 1. Aid workers must treat everyone with respect 2. Aid organisations encourage everyone to report abuse 3. Aid workers are not allowed to ask for or accept bribes for aid 4. Aid workers are not allowed to have sexual relationships with community members 5. Aid workers are not allowed to ask for or accept bribes for employment The rest of the ready-to use posters can be found in the resource titled "Community Based Safeguarding Toolkit- Visuals with text PART TWO"

Deployment Package for PSEA Coordinators

IASC and IOM

This tool provides guidance to PSEA Coordinators tasked with supporting an inter-agency PSEA Program in country under Resident and/or Humanitarian Coordinators. While targeted to Coordinators who are dedicated full time to this role, the tool can be used by anyone who is coordinating PSEA work in country, e.g. PSEA Network co-chairs or PSEA Focal Points.