We have over 100 member organizations in our global network varying from the very large, to the very small, of which some work in the world’s worst conﬂict and crisis zones.
Our training and guidance have a direct impact on the work these organizations do, helping to safeguard millions of children from abuse.
All our members are committed to putting child safeguarding at the heart of all they do and, using their networks and inﬂuence, ensure that others do the same.
Here are just three examples from our global network to showcase the impact we are having:
American School In Japan goes to the top of the class
The American School In Japan (ASIJ) has been working with Keeping Children Safe to achieve a Level 2 Certification in Child Safeguarding. This process involves a rigorous assessment of the whole organization’s approach to safeguarding. Our team reviews policies, documentation, training materials, recruitment procedures, and more.
Keeping Children Safe is partnering with USAID to raise child safeguarding standards in USAID partners across the world, including those serving some of the world’s most vulnerable children. Alongside this, we are working across the U.S. Government to integrate child safeguarding into all agencies including, the Departments of Labor, State, Health and Human Services, USAID, and the Peace Corps. and other key stakeholders.
As the biggest and most important football club in Bolivia, Club Bolivar has many young fans who look up to the team and players. The club also runs a very important young talent development program. That is why, with the help of Keeping Children Safe, Club Bolivar aims to become a leader in introducing and implementing child safeguarding in Bolivia. They want to be a national role model, setting protocols in safety management when working with or for children.
Going from strength to strength
For more examples of how we help organizations, our safeguarding resources, news updates, and to learn about the International Child Safeguarding Standards, do visit our global network site.