PSEA Basics Training Guide

Preventing and Responding to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)

The InterAction PSEA Basics Training Guide was developed to provide NGOs with three simple to use training modules which focus on the PSEA fundamentals and can be easily adaptable to many locations. The methodology across the three modules is designed to engage participants through discussions and group work. The content of the modules covers: 1) understanding SEA and upholding the Code of Conduct; 2) the importance of having a well-functioning reporting system; and 3) the basic elements that make up a community-based complaints mechanism.  

Much of the content in this manual is drawn from guidance developed by the Building Safer Organizations initiatives now housed within the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership, and other documents developed by the IASC PSEA Task Force. All resource materials can be found online:  

This training guide was developed by Daisy Francis for an InterAction project funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration.  

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Training materials
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Sexual abuse
learning & training