We use rights’ based approach in all our interventions, with the belief that vulnerable communities have right to good quality of life, respect and dignity. Our programmes in skill development, trainings and educational projects, are the tools of change for such vulnerable groups and to bring them out of the poverty traps. We work to create means and resources for them, in order to enable them to participate in decision-making and development of a robust society. Over the years we have made significant changes in our approach. From conducting charitable activities initially, we have evolved as a frontline organization in J&K connected to the communities and having long term interventions with clear objectives. As mentioned we use rights’ based approach in each of our interventions in order to address the underlying causes of poverty and lack of development in the backdrop of the prevailing situation in J&K. Our focus is explicitly on the well-being, social positioning, awareness and advocacy of rights of women and children who are affected by the prevailing situation in J&K. We focus on developing the potential of women and girls through skill development initiatives for long lasting and equitable changes. We strategically emphasize on promoting quality and inclusive education, gender equity, sustainable livelihood interventions and mental health wellbeing. Our emphasis is to address the underlying causes of poverty and build secure and resilient communities. We strive to ensure dignity for all, within the most marginalized, vulnerable and conflict affected communities in J&K. As we move ahead our approach will continue to include social analysis and action, developing leadership skills, building capacities at multiple levels, advocacy at regional and national platforms and facilitating links and dialogues between various communities and civil society.