Communities in the rural areas are deprived of their rights of equal access to public services (Article 21:2). Lack of realization denies them the right to free choice of employment (Article 23:1) as well as the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of themselves and their families (Article Article 25:1)
Starting a rural-based industry means giving rural communities access safe water, energy road network, knowledge etc. The mobilization of communities into production units, means giving them a strong joint voice and the capacity to claim their human rights.
Our holistic and Human rights-based approach contribute in the process of disposing economic power to the rural communities, men and women giving them their rights to participation, to work and to making decisions that affect their lives.