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What steps are in place for child protection?

AIME takes its responsibility for protecting children in the program, very seriously.  We have policies, procedures and processes in place to ensure we meet child protection requirements in every country where we work.  Our staff and mentors are required to have child protection clearance before they participate in any AIME program sessions where children are present and this is strictly adhered to at all times. Anyone without clearance cannot be part of AIME.

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