Implementing safeguarding at the project level – further examples from grant holders


Categories: Grant holder guidance, Guidance, Safeguarding
15 September 2021

Safeguarding guidance

Project level safeguarding is critical for protecting beneficiaries, staff, volunteers, and anyone else involved with the project, from harm and abuse.

Download our latest practical examples guidance, available as a PDF with photographs (1MB). An accessible PDF is also available to download (207KB).

Our thanks go to the following organisations for their contributions: ActionAid Rwanda, APT (Action on Poverty), Children in Crossfire, Feed the Minds, Near East Foundation UK, and Saferworld.

Naomi, a project participant in Mundri, South Sudan, by her riverside garden where she is growing crops. Credit: Feed the Minds
Naomi, a project participant in Mundri, South Sudan, by her riverside garden where she is growing crops. Photo credit: Feed the Minds.

Read more guidance from UK Aid Direct on safeguarding

We also recommend Bond’s web page on the subject.