Making sure we do no harm

    

Learnings from our programs.

How do we ensure that we do not do harm, as we undertake our work? Where have we had poor judgement, and what have we learnt from this to ensure that harm is avoided in the future? 

In the context of promoting transparency, we believe that it is important to identify and share our failures so that other international development organisations can avoid the same pitfalls and continue to uphold the principle of ‘Do No Harm’. 

 This set of case studies report where CBM fell short of our Do No Harm objectives, or where we recognised the risk and acted on it. The purpose of this report is to outline what we have learnt from these situations. We hope these accounts demonstrate our commitment to grow in both our programming and as an organisation.

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