Educate, empower and promote good social, health and environmental practices for conservation and sustainable development.
- Empowerment through capacity building for individuals and groups (civil society organisations) and also vulnerable and marginalised segments of the population, particularly women.
- Skills development for the underprivileged especially the rural women to improve on their activity (agriculture) outputs and also compete for alternative economic activities.
- Community development through acquiring new knowledge and awareness to improve community standard of living.
- Participate actively in community interventions in health, water and sanitation, and environmental issues – Carryout preventive education in order to limit the spread of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, STIs, Malaria, Tuberculosis, etc.
- Engage in interventions that prepare individuals, communities and groups in accordance with best practices and concepts of self-help, self-improvement and personal pride.
- Inspire and involve the whole of any local given community in sustainable self-reliant development efforts for higher productivity in respect whereof CED shall ensure a strong relationship with the local private sector in environmental protection and conservation.