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Foundations of SEAH Investigations

This course introduces the foundations of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment (SEAH) Investigations. It was developed specifically for humanitarian and development professionals interested in learning more about SEAH investigations in a humanitarian or development context. 

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Online course • 1.5 Hours • English, French, Spanish, Arabic • Free

What You Will Learn

This course is structured around the fictional case study involving Lucy, Caelan, and their co-workers. Through their story, you will gain a deeper understanding of why SEAH guidelines are needed, and see how the concepts, definitions, and procedures presented are applied in SEAH investigations.


Learn key terms and concepts, reflect on examples, and apply what you are learning in order to build your understanding of the purpose and practice of SEAH investigations. 

This training is designed for anyone wishing to gain a better understanding of Sexual Exploitation Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) investigations and how they are conducted. It is relevant for staff in any position and at any level, either new to or experienced in humanitarian and development work. This course completes Tier 1 of a four-tiered training scheme that builds professional skills in SEAH investigations and establishes a professional standard and career progression for investigators. Please note that completing this course does not certify you to professionally conduct an SEAH investigation. For more information, check the website of the CHS Alliance.


Thank you to CHS Alliance and Humentum for generously donating this curriculum funded with the support of the FCDO.

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Learner Review

"This course provides a very helpful introduction to SEAH investigations and would be very relevant for Safeguarding Focal Points, HR colleagues, country and field management, or anyone who wants a good understanding of conducting SEAH investigations in a fair and equitable manner." 

Lydia S.

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