Development Action & Services

Facilitating appropriate development of regions and communities, catalyzing & empowering stakeholders to enable change through grassroots action.

We implement a range of development projects that focus on area-specific needs, in remote and difficult regions. They follow the maxims of local, grassroots action and community-led development, towards creating sustainable impacts and real value change.

Application Research and Policy Advocacy

Carrying out research and development, and promoting supportive policies and interventions at national, regional and international levels.

We carry out policy studies on needs and problems of particularly disadvantaged peoples & regions, and other issues of global concern. We also undertake applied research, and develop technologies appropriate for ecologically sensitive areas and isolated, last-mile communities. We work to educate key constituencies, and advocate for appropriate policies and programs for causes that we support.

Education, Development Advise & Support

Engendering wider awareness of development issues, creating development insights and capacity and facilitating improved policy and practice.

We disseminate development information to the wider public and seek to broadbase participation in development. Through our products, advices and services, we build capacity in the development sector, its actors, and institutions, and effectiveness in its programs, and support community based organisations.

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