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Child Protection Policy

With its mission to serve disadvantaged children, SCC commits to the best interests of the children SCC supports within its capacity. As part of that commitment SCC has developed a Child Protection Policy. The aim of the policy is to:

  1. Raise awareness of child abuse and child protection among SCC staff, trustees, volunteers and partners
  2. Identify risks and cases of possible abuse of children
  3. Provide guidance on child protection


In order to meet these commitments and support the implementation of the Child Protection Policy, especially in preventing and responding to child abuse issues, SCC  has developed a ‘Code of Conduct’ between children and adults in SCC activities. These codes and principles will support SCC staff and stakeholders to understand the SCC CPP and their responsibilities in protecting children as well as the reporting procedure when a case of suspected child abuse happens.

 

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