- To support people’s own effort at improving the quality of their lives by eradicating poverty.
- To help strengthen indigenous people’s capacities to work positively at bettering their lives.
- To break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy; and hence enable people to become self subsisting.
- Create awareness of the needs of the people and factors affecting their health.
- Access to resources – financial and humanitarian – for health care development.
- Educate people on ways and means of improving community health.
- Intervene within available resources, in a sustainable way, for improvement of health status of individuals and communities.
- Encourage and promote early schooling among children of poor communities especially where special needs are applicable.
- To assist in the management of formal and informal educational centers.
- To provide schooling for street children, orphans and other vulnerable children.
- To manage schemes providing books, stationeries, uniforms, shoes and other items required for quality education.
- Renovating and refurbishing educational institutions.
- Educating poor peasants on the value of education.
- Providing for night schools, vocational training, and “awareness programmes” on social issues
- Capacity building for people with special needs by training and development of specific skills e.g. lip reading, sign language, Braille.
- Distance learning using radio, audio tapes, internet.
- Initiate programmes that are targeted specifically at women and children.
- To provide access to post secondary education.
- Any other aspect relating to the educational needs of the society.
- Provision of safe, potable water in urban and rural areas.
- Provision of water and sanitation for rural schools and health care centers.
- Educating men and women on importance of water as a diminishing resource.
- Any other aspect of water provision, conservation, recycling and environment preservation.