Tools and Lessons Learned from a Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Investigation – Digna

In July, we started publishing a series of case studies developed in collaboration with Cooperation Canada’s membership. The second of this series showcases the experience of an international development agency undergoing a sexual exploitation and abuse investigation. 

In this case study, you will find the results of the investigation into an allegation that a community volunteer had been demanding sexual relationships in exchange for livelihood support, or for the inclusion of local community members’ names in project activities and/or benefits. There are some recommendations provided by the SEA investigator, the tools developed during the investigation process, and the agency’s lessons learned.

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