Our Mandate

The following are the articles of our Foundering Charter which stipulates our community-driven & given mandate. Since then we kept faithful stewardship of, honored and followed our mandate. Why we do understand this as a mandate? Because we were established under patronage of the community, and do believe community development must evolve from the community by the community to solve their common problems or tackle local issues, or to take action on what is important to them. Therefore our mandate is to:

  • Work for the welfare of communities, poverty mitigation/reduction and to meet the needs of communities, supporting the development of under-resourced communities and creating places where communities are strong, equitable, and sustainable.
  • Address urgent needs of communities and responding to issues of displaced/conflict-affected communities or issues concerning migration & integration.
  • Advocate for indigenous communities and their rights.
  • Strengthen Community Links and engaged in community Peace Building, working on enhancement of community mutual support, capacity development of neighborhoods, and the building up of neighborhood integration.
  • Promote Community social, environmental, cultural, and healthful values.
  • Aware stakeholders on Community development needs and situations of the disadvantaged rural and urban, women, children, youth, and Men.
  • Harness the power of technology to deliver solutions to challenges facing communities and other humanitarian actors and service providers.
  • Increase community responsiveness and community demand for social services, accountability through community awareness, promotion of community activism, and capacity enhancement for community members and structures.
  • Create opportunities for growth and inspire social change and support/promote community action toward the improvement of community life and empowerment communities.
  • Give a voice to communities, through community media and promoting community participation, including rural communities; Work at local levels or grassroots to create positive social change and to help those communities come together, participate and come up with meaningful solutions to their problems.
  • Work to improve community health, fighting HIV/AIDS, and Commit to taking action on SRHR issues in the community, in the region, and internationally.
  • Give disadvantaged and displaced communities and refugees empowerment and employment opportunities, nature their skills, and outsourced them to where they can meaningfully use their talents to benefit the world.
  • Carry out developmental research, understand the needs of communities or critical development issues and inform stakeholders appropriately/accordingly, also develop tools/resources that can be helpful to the work of community development.
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