The Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse for My Voice and Partners (PSEA-My Voice), is a tailor-made course designed for the organization's employees and its partners, to provide them with a comprehensive understanding of the UN Standards of Conduct regarding Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. The course aims to equip the personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to prevent and respond effectively to incidents of sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian settings, particularly when working with vulnerable young people. In appreciation of the organization’s PSEA Policy, participants will gain insights into their obligations, the consequences of such violations, and the specific responsibilities of the organization’s senior management and offices/departments.

Course Modules

  1. Introduction
  2. UN Standards of Conduct of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
  3. Obligations of Humanitarian Aid Personnel
  4. Consequences of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
  5. Responsibilities of My Voice in Zimbabwe Heads of Office
  6. Our response and action toward SEA to Vulnerable Young People

Final Assessment:

  • Evaluation of participants' understanding and application of PSEA principles.
  • Assessment may include multiple-choice questions, case studies, and practical scenarios.
  • Successful completion of the assessment is required to obtain certification.
Training Format:

The PSEA course is delivered through a combination of interactive lectures, multimedia presentations, case studies, group discussions, and practical exercises. Participants are encouraged to actively engage in the learning process, share experiences, and ask questions. The training may be conducted through online platforms only.

Materials Provided:

Participants will receive comprehensive course materials, including handouts, reference documents, and additional resources to support their learning. These materials will serve as a reference guide even after the completion of the course.