MAA International (MAA) is committed to protecting children, regardless of gender, race, country of origin or religious belief. This policy statement formally expresses MAA’s belief and commitment to protecting the rights of all children, which is in line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), which states that children should be protected from all forms of physical and mental violence, injury, abuse, neglect, maltreatment and exploitation, including sexual abuse. Read our Child Protection Policy here.



MAA  International  (MAA)  is  committed  to  protecting the  rights  and  dignity  of childrenand  vulnerable adults, regardless of gender, race, countryof origin, religious believe,age, displacement, caste, gender, gender  identity,sexual  orientation,  poverty,  class  or  socio-economic  status. Vulnerable  adults  and children  areparticularly at risk of sexual exploitation and abuse. Read our PSEAH Policy here.

Employee & VOLUNTEER Handbook

The Employee Handbook sets out the Employer’s rules and regulations, the policies and procedures relating to the employment and contains information on the benefits and protection of staff and employees. Read our Employee Handbook here.

Conflict of Interest Policy

This policy has been developed because conflicts of interest commonly arise, and do not need to present a problem to the charity if they are openly and effectively managed. It is the policy of the MAA as well as a responsibility of the board, that ethical, legal, financial or other conflicts of interest be avoided and that any such conflicts do not conflict with the obligations to MAA. Read our Conflict of Interest Policy here.