Working towards a just society

NAPAD recognises the importance of education and the need to address the social, cultural and community traditions that prevent women to access and complete education and skill development programs. The organization aims to create an enabling environment for girls and nomadic children's learning, including safety, hygiene, and mobility; advocate for universal access to quality early childhood, primary and secondary education; provide formal and non-formal education for youth and women; implement education curricula that are gender- sensitive and eliminate gender stereotypes, sexism, clanism and clanophobia, and provide teacher training to enable them deliver un-biased and non-judgmentaleducation.

To realise equitable education and a dignified life for women, there is need to end all forms of gender-based violence including early and forced marriages, female genital mutilation, and sexual violence, especially during and after conflict and natural disasters; to promote values of respect for human rights, freedom, non-discrimination and gender equality as enshrined in the local, national and international laws on human rights.

Economic justice entails ensuring decent work and a living wage for all; implementing a universal social protection base for persons of all ages to access basic services such as health care, food, water, sanitation, energy, housing and employment. The agricultural, value-chain, promotion of technology transfer, financing, monitoring, assessment, and research in line with the programmatic areas will also be critical in building sustainable livelihoods for these vulnerable communities.

Economic justice entails ensuring decent work and a living wage for all; implementing a universal social protection base for persons of all ages to access basic services such as health care, food, water, sanitation, energy, housing and employment. The agricultural, value-chain, promotion of technology transfer, financing, monitoring, assessment, and research in line with the programmatic areas will also be critical in building sustainable livelihoods for these vulnerable communities.