Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) online course: project files

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About this course

We are pleased to share with you the modules and source files of the course on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) revised in 2020 through a collaboration between UNICEF, UNHCR, UNDP, UN Women and UNFPA. We thank the UN Secretariat for allowing us to build on their original training package. 

In addition to substantive changes, the new course has been designed to ensure:

  • Optimal use on all devices (computer, tablet and smartphone)
  • A good level of accessibility (keyboard navigation, screen reader compatibility, high contrast and zooming options)
  • Ease of maintenance and translation, using Articulate Rise, a standard authoring tool, template based. 

You can self-register on Agora, UNICEF's learning platform, to access the modules: 

A course available to all agencies and partners

This course is intended to reach all individuals working for or with the UN system: staff members, consultants, vendors and other partners. 

Modules are shared under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). 

In short, anyone can use the modules as they are, hosting them on learning platforms or websites as needed. Partners can translate the course - more details about translations are provided below on this page.

Please note:  

  • Only UN entities are permitted to use UN agencies’ logos 

  • Adapted or translated modules cannot say or suggest they were created by the UN agency that authored the original work, such as by using a UN logo 

  • Adaptations include changes, additions, and deletions to the original text, however minor 

  • Translations and adaptations should identify all UN authoring agencies using the text below 

Accessing the course files

Click on the links in the following table to download the course files you need. Additional language versions will be added as they become available. 

English (Master version)

Localized versions

SCORM files Agora course link
PSEA_AR_SCORMs PSEA AR course on Agora
PSEA_MY_SCORMs PSEA MY course on Agora
Chinese PSEA_ZH_SCORMs PSEA ZH course on Agora
PSEA CS course on Agora
PSEA_FR_SCORMs PSEA FR course on Agora
Greek PSEA_GRE_SCORMs PSEA GRE course on Agora
Hungarian PSEA_HU_SCORMs
PSEA HU course on Agora
PSEA POL course on Agora
Portuguese PSEA_PT_SCORMs PSEA PT course on Agora
Romanian PSEA_RO_SCORMs PSEA RO course on Agora
PSEA_RU_SCORMs PSEA RU course on Agora
PSEA_IT_SCORMs PSEA IT course on Agora
PSEA_SR_SCORMs PSEA SR course on Agora
PSEA SK course on Agora
Slovenian PSEA_SL_SCORMs
PSEA SL course on Agora
Spanish PSEA_ES_SCORMs PSEA ES course on Agora
Thai PSEA_TH_SCORMs PSEA TH course on Agora
Turkish PSEA_TR_SCORMs PSEA TR course on Agora

Translating the course 

The most effective way to translate this course is to work with the XLIFF files exported from Articulate Rise. XLIFF is a file standard that allows software such as Articulate Rise to identify and extract text elements so that they can be easily translated without touching the formatting. 

XLIFF files must be downloaded from a copy of the original modules. If you want to receive XLIFF files, please email the Agora Team ( with the language you will translate the course into. Please, do not use XLIFF files intended to be for other languages since importing the translation won't work.

In short, to translate the course, you will need the following:

  • XLIFF files (6 in total). Contact Agora to receive the specific files for your language.
  • The summary page text. Please download it from here.

Professional translators have access to XLIFF editors, but there are some free, open-source solutions:

Once the files have been translated and reviewed, they will need to be uploaded in the copy of the modules, and we will share access for final review/editing. Contact the Agora team during the process to exchange files and review links.

UN Agencies can get a copy of the Rise project files upon request. An active Articulate 360 subscription is needed to access and use the files. Please send a message to indicating the email address linked to your Articulate 360 account. 

Translation projects and their status: 

Language Lead organization(s) Status
UNICEF / UNFPA Completed
Chinese UNICEF Completed
Czech UNHCR Completed
French UNFPA Completed
Hungarian UNHCR Completed
Italian UNICEF Completed
Polish UNHCR Completed
Portuguese UNFPA Completed
Romanian UNHCR Completed
Russian UNHCR Completed
Slovak UNHCR Completed
UNHCR Completed
UNICEFIn progress
Thai UNICEF Completed

If you have questions about this project, please contact

Last modified: Tuesday, 24 October 2023, 12:08 PM