- Promote economic development for poverty alleviation through small enterprise development and livelihoods especially for vulnerable and marginalized individuals such as women, girls, youth and others.
- Promote sustainable environment for PRB employees as well as for communities.
- Increase access to education, hygiene, water and sanitation through community participation and capacity building.
- Respond to humanitarian emergencies by helping people cope with crisis, through disaster risk reduction, emergency relief, preparedness and post-crisis recovery
- Promote and protect human rights of peasant (agricultural and animal workers), and relevant staffs working with PRB for equal rights through advocacy, research and information dissemination.
Based on over 30 years’ agriculture, livestock, livelihood, education and humanitarian action experience, PRB has adapted an overarching approach for all its programmes:
- Partnerships with international organizations
- Induction of diverse expertise
- Strengthening organizational knowledge management, greater networking and enhancing public image
PRB being a development organization move ahead with the key programming approach and will continue to include social analysis action, gender equality, leadership role at multiple levels and advocacy. The organization focused to fight against poverty, building resilient communities and insuring dignity for women, girls and most marginalized and vulnerable communities. PRB believes in long-term sustainable development of its target areas in order the communities to become self-sufficient and economically established. PRB believes in empowerment of the communities through capacity building to decide the priorities and design by themselves development interventions which have a lasting effect on the area. PRB believes in strengthening capacity and empower community based council (Shura), other social movements, and local authorities to address community needs and to engage them with the government, the private sector and other institutions.
- PRB will share its experience, data and knowledge with government, other organizations and private sector for making the right and appropriate interventions, while assist and facilitate government in policy making, which is based on actual conditions on the ground. Apply participatory methodologies like the Social Exclusion Analysis (SEA) framework in deepening understanding of people’s conditions of poverty and exclusion; and support identification of locally owned solutions and a common agenda that people can act on and/or advocate to change their situations.
- Ensure that issues of right to health, gender, environment, and human rights are an integral parts of program. Strengthen partnerships and networks of local organizations and community groups, engagements with the government, private sector and institutions of development, at district and national levels on citizens’ basic rights and responsibilities in fostering sustainable development. Facilitate forums for dialogue and bring in the perspectives from the grassroots in the various level and also proper monitoring and evaluation to be part of the program.
of poverty and social injustice that we encounter all around the world: gender inequality; poor governance and unequal power relations; and humanitarian crises and climate change. We address these underlying causes of poverty and social injustice by strengthening gender equality and women’s voice, promoting inclusive governance, and increasing resilience.
We believe it is important to demonstrate our achievements and tell the stories of where and how our work is making a difference. It is vital that we learn where we can improve and regularly collect information that measures our progress. We must ensure that we are accountable to the people we are working to help and to the donors and agencies who entrust PRB with resources to do this work. We need to monitor and evaluate ourselves to advance programme quality, for accounting for PRB ’s results and for increasing our impact.
The intermittent analysis will be undertaken of the data information collected via project M&E system –to be aligned with project program performance indicators. These “separate” project M&E system will include document and lesson learned and best practice, as well as capturing alternating challenges constraints, in order to provide a more comprehensive and qualitative analysis of information to feed into exchange and dialogue between all stakeholders. Until recently, M&E has primarily tool to donor needs for proving or legitimizing the purpose of the program by demonstrating the effective use of resources. However, there is a growing awareness of the need for practitioners to conduct their own evaluation activities in order to increase understanding of development results, which in turn lead to increased learning and improving within their organization. This learning function enhances organizational development learning to increase the understanding of why particular interventions have been more or less successful. A midterm review will be undertaken in by the end of each year to confirm the continued relevance and validity of strategic objectives, assess progress against expected outcomes, identify lessons and make recommendations to improve the organization capability and performance for further intervention
We see impact as lasting, positive change in the lives of poor and vulnerable communities. We work in partnerships with groups and other organisations, making sure we’re working together to bring about lasting change. Our monitoring and evaluation processes help us understand the contributions PRB has made to positive changes in the lives of the communities we have worked with, and how we can help enable even greater changes in future.