Safeguarding concerns are more prevalent in poorly designed programmes, research or where activity risks have not been considered carefully enough. Safeguarding principles should therefore inform the design, delivery and evaluation of all types of programme and research, including events and activities. Programmes and research will then be safer for those participating in and impacted by them. In this webinar the panellists will discuss the key measures that are needed for safe programming and share their experiences of ensuring programmes are safe in their organisations.
Oge Chukwudozie is Safeguarding and protection professional. Oge has over 15 years’ experience in the aid sector. She has worked with different organisations, including Africare, Christian Aid and Save the Children. Oge has worked in various thematic areas such as education, HIV/AIDS, livelihoods, nutrition and emergency response. She is currently the National Associate for the RSH Nigeria Hub.
Nuria Shujaa Alddin is a Safeguarding/protection/GBV professional. Nuria has more than 21 years of practical experience in gender and protection including Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and safeguarding. She has worked as an employee in programmes related to peace, stability support, gender and protection in several international organisations such as GIZ, IOM and IRC .She has worked as a consultant in the field of training, studies, surveys, evaluation, and national reports for several topics related to conflict, gender, peacebuilding,1325 Resolution with a number of international and local organisations, such as the UNDP, Oxfam, UNICEF, UN Women GIZ, UN Women, JICA, Arab Women Organisation.
Ranya Al-Jaberi is a Safeguarding Coordinator at RSHub. Ranya has more than ten years of experience in a conflict context. Mainly in Safeguarding, Child Protection, and Gender-Based Violence programmes. She holds a Master's Degree in Humanitarian Action from the University of Geneva. She has a Bachelor's degree in Art and Education. She is currently the Coordinator for the RSH Yemen Hub.