Michael Reuben Ntibikema
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
Government / Public Sector
International Non-Governmental Organisations
Non-Governmental Organisations
Trust/Foundation donors of aid and development
Safeguarding expertise
Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment; PSEAH
Bullying and harassment (workplace)
Child safeguarding
Programmatic / thematic area(s)
Economic development
Gender based violence/ Violence against women and girls
Social Protection
Context in which services are delivered
Geographical coverage
Languages spoken

I am a Sociologist pursuing a PhD and currently researching community based mechanisms to prevent sexual violence against children in Tanzania. I am a skilled practitioner, trainer and researcher with over 14 years’ experience in human rights and international development and humanitarian context with a focus on child protection, safeguarding and gender.

I started a Safeguarding Journey as a consultant in 2006. I have delivered a number of consultancies in the area of trainings, safeguarding audit, safeguarding Policy and Procedure development, mentorship and coaching. I have also worked in development and humanitarian contexts and consulted with ChildHope UK, Keeping Children Safe Coalition (KCS) UK, Royal National Lifeboat Institute UK, African Initiatives UK, Livingstone Tanzania Trust UK and Abilis Foundation Finland. I have worked in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan with local and International Organisations. I have also delivered a speech on safeguarding at the Bond Conference in the UK in 2018.

I am also an experienced trainer and facilitator of Human Rights Education. I have delivered Human Rights Education Trainings with participants from 50 countries of Africa, America and Asia through International Human Rights Education Programme (IHRTP) in Montreal, Canada organised by Equitas, International Centre on Human Rights. I am also a trainer of Human Rights Education through East African Human Rights Programme (EAHRP) which is managed by Equitas, Canada attracting participants from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and South Sudan.

Geographical focus: Africa

Languages spoken: English and Kiswahili

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