Logo of Tunza Child Safeguarding
Type of provider
Organisation
List of services offered
Policy development
Safe programming
Standards, audits and reviews
Systems and procedures for safeguarding implementation
Type of client
Community-based organisations
Non-Governmental Organisations
International Non-Governmental Organisations
Research and academic institutions
Sports organisations
Trust/Foundation donors of aid and development
Safeguarding expertise
SEAH
Sexual harassment
Adult safeguarding
Child safeguarding
Programmatic / thematic area(s)
Disability
Education
Gender based violence/ Child protection/ Violence against women and girls
Health
Social Protection
Sport
Context in which services are delivered
Humanitarian
Development
Geographical coverage
Africa
Languages spoken
Swahili
English
Accessibility options
Sign language

Tunza is a Swahili word meaning " to nurture". As their name implies, Tunza Child Safeguarding aims to nurture organizations, institutions, and communities to develop and implement stringent child safeguarding structures to create safer environments for all children. They envision a world where every girl and boy feel free and is safe from abuse to achieve their full potential.
Tunza Child Safeguarding operates globally, in English, Swahili and Kenyan Sign Language.

Contact: Martin Juma, [email protected]

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