To improve levels of nutrition in impoverished communities through sustainable integrated income generating food security schemes (e.g. soup kitchens, gardens, broiler, egg laying projects).
To provide clean and accessible water to households where water is not readily available (e.g. rain water tanks, water rollers, boreholes/hand pumps, windmills, spring protection) so that individuals and communities can develop gardens, support livestock and be protected against water borne diseases.
To establish partnerships with the private and public sector as well as like-minded organisations, e.g. schools, churches and individuals that promote and participate in sustainable income generating self-help projects, contribute towards the quality of life and independence of individuals and communities.
To provide training in wellness practices (e.g. nutrition, water cleanliness, gardening, food security, cooking); skills development; business development and management (sewing, weaving, brick making skills).
To assist with the prevention and treatment of communicable (infectious) diseases (e.g. TB, HIV/AIDS, cholera, malaria) through training and dissemination of information.