SCAI has zero tolerance policy towards the abuse or exploitation of children. We and our partners take our role in protecting children and their families that we work with seriously. Whether you are directly involved with our work in Nepal or not, we believe it is a shared responsibility of all adults everywhere to protect children and ensure their rights are upheld, so some information in this policy can be used as a guideline for varying contexts and locations. We suggest however that you always refer to the protection policies and guidelines of the authorities in the countries you are visiting or working in.
Please find attached SCAI’s Child Protection Policy and please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries.