The most common form of inequality in the world today is gender inequality, which is creating major hurdles in trying to eradicate poverty in developing countries.
We believe that the poor and needy must have access to safe drinking water, food, livelihood support and education no matter your gender, colour, religion etc.
We also believe that empowering women who live in extreme poverty will play a key role in driving vulnerable communities out of poverty. Our focus in humanitarian interventions promotes gender equality and is at the core of our work if we are to achieve our goals in helping people out of poverty. Unfortunately, women have long suffered from this inequality however, we are committed in promoting Gender Equality and this is highlighted in our projects.
Gender Equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance.