Type of provider
Individual Consultant
List of services offered
Organisational culture
Policy development
Safe programming
Standards, audits and reviews
Survivor-centred case handling and referrals
Systems and procedures for safeguarding implementation
Type of client
Community-based organisations
Non-Governmental Organisations
International Non-Governmental Organisations
Private sector organisations delivering aid and development
Research and academic institutions
Trust/Foundation donors of aid and development
Multi/bi-lateral donors of aid and development
United Nations
Safeguarding expertise
Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment; PSEAH
Bullying and harassment (workplace)
Child safeguarding
Programmatic / thematic area(s)
Justice and peace building
Economic development
Social Protection
Gender based violence/ Violence against women and girls
Context in which services are delivered
Geographical coverage
Languages spoken

An international development and humanitarian advocate with a passion to prevent abuse, violence and exploitation and bring about justice for vulnerable victims and witnesses. Called to the Bar at the Middle Temple, Aneeta practised law for a decade while she completed her Master’s in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law followed by a Master’s in Child Studies at King’s College London. She is fully committed to her work as a certified SEAH Investigator and Trainer with the CHS Alliance, associated safeguarding trainer with BOND, a Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative Expert with the FCDO working on conflict-related sexual violence and as an active member to the Independent Reference Group with DFID’s Safeguarding Unit. She is currently the Designated Safeguarding Trustee on the Board of an international social enterprise, Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and an active member of the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society. She set up her active independent consultancy services in 2014, Bridging Worlds Consulting, providing international aid agencies strategic advice, support, training and investigations on issues of safeguarding including SEAH, gender & SGBV, programme quality and improving organisational policies, procedures and culture.

We would welcome your feedback on this service provider. Please do use the feedback form or complaint form. We also offer a mechanism for complaints and reports on the support services obtained through the hub.



Feedback on the Capacity Support Directory

We would welcome your feedback on this directory and particularly your experience of finding and working with a service provider featured on the Hub. Please do use the feedback form or complaint form. We also offer a mechanism to complaints and reports on the support services obtained through the hub.

If you would like to be registered in our Directory of support services please email our Capacity Development Team at [email protected]

Click here to read more about quality assurance, due diligence, providing feedback and making complaints.