COMMUNITIES IN CONTROL
Local people should make local decisions. Communities are far better positioned to work together sharing knowledge transfers that empower skills based outcomes and are culturally and locally appropriate.
Consistent with the commonly accepted principles of 'do no harm', this ethos is central to our programme planning and underpins our approach to programming such as capacity building and resourcing.
We see localism as intrinsic to sustainability - leading to responsible development in the wider community