Code of Conduct

We expect our interns to live in a culturally appropriate, restrained and disciplined life, that is sensitive to the local culture and community when in operations areas, at all times. In operations areas both during and out of working hours, parties, drinking and smoking is forbidden. We do not support a party/drinking/smoking culture as it has caused many problems in the past for interns and the organization.

Specifically, this has caused problems for the safety of interns and our relationship with our beneficiaries, the local law enforcement and the community in general. Even within the house it is required that you refrain from drinking and respect the time dedicated to rest and relaxation.

We have a code of conduct that we expect all interns to adhere to and will need to be signed by you before your arrival. We have a zero tolerance policy for serious breaches of the code of conduct.

For serious breaches you may be asked to leave the organisation and your visa will be cancelled.


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