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Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding @ Orphans in Need

Orphans in Need believe that every child, everywhere, has the right to a happy and healthy life.

All children have a right to protection from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect.

We are a child-focused organisation and we are committed to making sure children are kept safe and that our staff never exploit the position of trust in which they have been placed.

Orphans in Need treats all allegations of abuse very seriously. We do not tolerate of any form of harm to children, perpetrated by staff, partners, or anyone else that we have given authority to.

We are committed to continually learning and improving in order to protect our staff, volunteers and beneficiaries from sexual harassment and abuse.

If you would like to find out more about our Child Safeguarding work, please contact us.

You can download a copy of our summary Safeguarding policy here.

As we focus only on the care of orphans, we spend time training our partners in safeguarding and delivering appropriate care to children in many countries. This is carried out through facilitating training sessions, monitoring visits and implementing procedures where the care-givers are required to abide by key principles in relation to safeguarding and development of children.

Global
Orphan Care

Global
Orphan Care

Global Orphan Care was set up to support orphaned children worldwide. It adds the extra support that every child needs and deserves.

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Orphan Child

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Orphan Child

Sponsoring an orphaned child bestows the gift of a new life and brighter future for children who may be left helpless and alone.

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Widow & Orphan
Monthly Food Parcel

Widow & Orphan
Monthly Food Parcel

A bereaved mother worries that she cannot provide food for her hungry children. Our Widow & Orphan Food Parcel provides essential supplies to feed a family of five for a month.

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