Welcome to the RSH Mobile App which brings the Safeguarding & Support Hub website to your own mobile.

This App provides access to the full RSH website when you are connected to the Internet or mobile data networks.

When offline, this App provides access to key safeguarding resources ensuring you have the information you need when working in the field. The list of resources available offline can be found below and will update regularly. 

You can return to this page in the App at any stage by visiting the RSH Mobile App link in the menu. 

If you have not yet installed the App you can find details on doing this here.

 

Documents available offline

This tip sheet is a quick reference for companies to understand sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) and gender-based violence (GBV) in private sector development programmes. It is an adapted version of the guidance note titled…
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This guidance note focuses on Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) and Gender-based Violence (GBV) within Private Sector Development (PSD) programmes. It is designed to assist FCDO programme advisors and managers implement FCDO…
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This Tip Sheet outlines some overarching principles that should be considered when applying a safeguarding approach and using the resources on the Resource and Support Hub.  It also has some specific recommendations to promote the inclusion of…
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This tip sheet is a quick reference for understanding good practice when engaging survivors of SEAH in policymaking. It is an adapted version of the report titled Best practice in engaging survivors of Sexual Exploitation Abuse and Sexual Harassment…
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The risk of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) is likely to continue to increase in the coming months during the COVID-19 pandemic and response. Evidence from previous pandemics shows that secondary impacts can lead to…
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This easy read evidence digest draws on evidence from past infectious disease epidemics to explore how the risks of sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) increase during these outbreaks, and some good practice examples of how the…
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The purpose of the scoping exercise is to better understand existing global and regional initiatives that aim to strengthen survivor support from reporting to response and identify what key weaknesses, barriers and gaps exist. This rapid research…
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Survivors can make important contributions to policymaking on sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). However, meaningful engagement involves policymakers acting appropriately and responsibly to ensure that survivors’ voices are…
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The risk of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) is likely to continue to increase in the coming months during the COVID-19 pandemic and response. Evidence from previous pandemics shows that secondary impacts can lead to…
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DFID Guidance Note for DFID Staff and Implementing Partners: Safeguarding Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) across DFID Programmes during the COVID-19 Pandemic
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This evidence digest draws on evidence from past infectious disease epidemics to explore how the risks of sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) increase during these outbreaks, and some good practice examples of how the aid sector…
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The Theory of Change presented below is a visual diagram that demonstrates how the RSH programme will contribute to a series of changes at four distinct levels through its work at the country and global levels.
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