Since 2014, Human Practice Foundation’s work and collaboration with partners in schools, communities, local and national governments in Nepal, Kenya and Denmark has been based on basic principles of mutual respect, commitment to a better future for the children, transparency and the highest possible ethical standards
Human Practice’s Code of Conduct and Child Safeguarding Policy have been formulated and implemented with the intention of providing a safe and ethically sound context to work towards our mission. The policies apply to all aspects of Human Practice’s activities and initiatives as well as all of Human Practice’s staff and volunteers.
As part of the implementation of the policies, we have created various mechanisms to facilitate anonymous reporting on possible violations of our policies.
All reports of possible violations will be processed with care and diligence as well as with the necessary follow-up. Violations – whether perceived as big or small, intentional or unintentional – must be reported. This will allow us to safeguard the spirit in which the policies were formulated and to prevent mistakes and errors from escalating and replicating.
If You wish to report anonymously via phone, You can do so by leaving a voicemail on one of the following lines;
—> Denmark; will be provided end of August
—> Nepal; will be provided end of September
—> Kenya; will be provided end of September
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