RAP3 MHLR ensures that all project staff and those engaged through our partner and implementing organisations understand and comply with the RAP3 MHLR code of conduct. Code of conduct training is mandatory for all of our staff. Since it was not possible for most of our auxiliary staff and drivers to complete the training online, they were given this training in-person at RAP3 MHLR office. To ensure social distancing norms, the training was spread across three batches to keep the number of participants below 10. The training took place between 31st July and 6th August 2020. At the end of the training, the staff were also quizzed on the course to ensure they understood the contents. The 19 auxiliary staff involved in the training, shared positive reviews of the training and mentioned that it was very effective. They also said that it would help them to be more aware about what to do, what not to do and understood about complying with this code of conduct while performing their duties.