Value and approach

Value and approach

Values of FAIR

Transparency & accountability:
Transparency and accountability is one of the strengths that form the core values and ethics of FAIR. Transparency is ensured at every step of the organization and it is accountable for its actions.

Human equality & dignity:
We believe that every individual is equal and entitled to live a dignified life in the society irrespective of caste, race, religion & gender.


Strategic Approaches of FAIR

Rights-Based Approach:
Since its inception FAIR has been striving for human rights, social justice and dignity of the marginalized and excluded people. Rights-based Approach (RBA) is the main focus in every initiative and intervention of FAIR. FAIR adopts the rights-based approach to empower the marginalized and excluded people to claim their rights and address their multi-faceted problems.

Participation & Potentiality Approach:
FAIR emphasizes community and group-based integrated development approaches for the overall development of the target people. FAIR cooperates with the target people with special emphasis on exploring the problems of the marginalized and excluded people and building up their own potentialities through Gono Gobeshona (People research), sharing meeting etc. FAIR also strongly believes that people can change their conditions with their own capacities. FAIR works only as an animator to achieve the positive change.

Coordinated and Collaborative Approach:
The enormity of the problems and challenges faced by marginalized and excluded people especially Dalits, disabled people, women, and children are severe. In order to make a real change in society, all interventions need to be initiated in a coordinated and collaborative approach. Thus, FAIR always promotes networks and alliances to create a common passion, synergy, and solidarity among marginalized people, Service provider organizations, and individuals who are working for the marginalized and excluded people.