When you work with children, young people and vulnerable young people, the general rule around safeguarding is that it is everyone’s responsibility. Through Phone Credit for Refugees the donors are unknowingly playing their part in safeguarding and child protection.
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In honor of Refugee Week, Phone Credit for Refugees and Displaced People (PCRDP) would like to reflect on this year’s theme of “Different Pasts, Shared Future.” The basic human needs of Connection and the necessity of Information are relevant to refugees and others alike. This post describes the service PCRDP provides to people around the world. For more information about Refugee Week, please visit refugeeweek.org.uk. Thank you.