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9 Mar 2022 | (UK time) 9:30 - 10:30am
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The webinar aims to increase knowledge on integrating safeguarding into partnerships and addressing SEAH in partnerships.

The webinar will focus on safeguarding effectively in partnerships. It will specifically discuss the roles of both civil society organizations/NNGOs and INGOs in ensuring that safeguarding is given due consideration in partnerships.

There will be an opportunity for questions and answers at the end of the discussion.

Chair:

Caroline KibosCaroline Kibos is the National Associate for the South Sudan Hub. She is a lawyer with a passion for human rights, peace building, governance, transitional justice and security sector reforms. Caroline has worked in the civil society sector for years, and her interest in safeguarding is to help build a safe work environment where everyone feels comfortable and equal despite holding different positions.

 

 

Speakers: 

Headshot of Victoria PugnaliVictoria Pugnali, Programme Manager for the Humanitarian and Livelihoods team and Safeguarding Champion at the British Embassy, Juba. She works closely with UN and NGO partners to deliver effective programming. This includes ensuring that a focus on safeguarding forms an integral part of our partnerships. She offers a donor perspective with over four years’ experience working from the FCDO headquarters in London and our Embassies overseas.

 

 

JosephJoseph Mogga is the education Manager for Christian Mission for Development (CMD). He also serves as the Focal Point for Safeguarding, PSEA, Resource Mobilization and Organizational Learning. Before joining CMB, he worked for international aid agencies (Save the Children International and Chrisitan Aid) and the Government of South Sudan. Joseph holds a Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.) from Central Institute of Education at University of Delhi, India.

 

 


Please also be advised that this webinar contains content on safeguarding, that some may find distressing.

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