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Our Policies



AIM For Seva is committed to and encourages respect for human rights and dignity. It believes that every child who participates in its activities has the right to enjoy a safe environment and be protected from harm. In line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, The National Commission of Protection of Child Rights, Govt of India, which states that all children have a right to protection, AIM for Seva believes that it has a duty of care and obligation to protect those children for whom we are given responsibility. We believe that the welfare of children is the highest priority and that it is the responsibility of everyone in AIM For Seva to ensure that they are protected. This policy sets out AIM for Sevaǯs commitment to Child Protection and aims to promote good practice in providing children with appropriate safety and protection while in the care at the Student Homes.

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AIM for Seva is committed to respecting the privacy of our donors. Our Donor privacy policy ensures our donors that donor information will not be shared with any third party without the donor’s consent.

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The most valuable asset of our organisation is its people; the paid staff, coordinators, consultants, volunteers apart from our trustees. Our organisation is committed to developing policies, systems and behaviours that support the culture of high standards and expectations, where people including our students staying in our student homes are valued, respected and know they matter. Whilst we expect high standards from people who work, we also aim to provide a good work culture. The organisation is committed to fair, clearly stated and supportive relationships between the organisation and its staff and volunteers. We aim to live our values, not only in the way we do our work, but also in the way we treat everyone who works for us. We harbor a rare combination of volunteers with spiritual and emotional commitment and knowledgeable professionals.

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