We understand that deprivation whether urban or rural is defined by multiple factors. The ways of approaching social challenges needs action at multiple fronts. We also understand that social development is an integrated concept and it needs coordinated effort in multiple themes to achieve the development ideal of communities.
Whereas on one hand we need technical know how on the other hand we also need the skills to engage with communities who are characterized by a history of deprivation, low confidence low risk taking behaviours and skewed relationships with resources. It is this understanding that has defined our strategy to intervene in multiple themes but in a participatory manner and by keeping the centrality of the beneficiary at the core of our interventions to ensure sustainability of our programs.