Vision

A poverty-free society where human rights, dignity, and social justice be promoted, local capacity is built, eliminated gender discrimination, and reduced climate change vulnerability.

 

Mission

NDP works with the communities in order to improve the socio-economic status, promote gender equality and bring positive changes in the poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the society through close collaboration with government line departments, local government and administration, civil societies, NGOs, private sectors, development partners and other stakeholders.

 

Institutional Goal

To evolve as a qualitative and renowned organization through ensuring the best use of intuitional resources as well as through creativity, professionalism, and functional external relationship

 

Objectives

  • ¬†Raise community awareness, capacity building and develop skill human resources
  • Enhance poor people participation and access to development opportunities
  • Create employment opportunities and increase income of the poor people
  • Empower and improve livelihoods and dignity of the poor people
  • Reduce food security and improve nutritional status of the extreme/ultra poor people
  • Increase poor people access to basic Primary Health Care (PHC) and FP services
  • Increase poor people access to education and promote quality education
  • Link People with Special Ability (PWD) with the main stream of development
  • Develop poor people resilience capacity to cope with disasters
  • Promote bio-diversity conservation and renewable energy making the earth good for living
  • Increase poor people access to basic rights, entitlements, information and services
  • Provide advocacy and legal supports to the poor and distressed women
  • Reduce violence against women and promote human rights, good governance and gender equality
  • Strengthen capacity of civil societies, CBO and UP in local level planning and management
  • Ensure standard and extent quality services thus earns organizational sustainability