Aims & Objectives

We aim towards maximum efficiency & effectiveness in our programming by ensuring our resources are directed towards our mission of promoting the rights and well-being of women, children, youth and other vulnerable groups.

  • Strengthen advocacy, linkages, collaboration and partnerships on GBV issues through consolidating livelihoods for women and other vulnerable groups and communities HRSS works with.
  • Enhance the protection of children, women, youth and persons with disability including minority groups in the community.
  • Enhance peace building and community security in the community
  • Build the capabilities of citizens and local organizations in rural communities
  • Enhance and strengthen the capacity of the HRSS Executive Board to effectively perform its functions.

Our Core Values

The core values constitute HRSS operational principles, relationship with society-the children, women, the staff, and the partners. , other NGOs and the government at local, state and GOSS. HRSS ’s attitude’ is shaped by these operational principles and incorporates the confidence to act in and on the world in a way that HRSS believes can be effective and have an impact, and an acceptance of responsibility for the social and physical conditions ‘out there’.

 Partnerships & Networking.
Building partnerships and networks have become important part of our work. We are expanding on our network    and building relationships with organizations, missions, and partners regionally and globally. Gaining new perspectives and ideas through exchanging information on challenges, experiences and goals. As a collaborative relationship between HRSS and other organizations, Partnerships have enabled us to work toward shared goals leveraging opportunities, resources and expertise in our filed of work.

Accountability & Transparency
recognizing this need, HRSS has committed itself to transparency and accountability not only towards donors, but also towards the people and communities we work in. This has enabled us to evaluate our actual performance allowing for continuous improvements in our work. We also embrace accountability to the organization, financial management and have systems in place to ensure employees are held accountable when they fail to meet up to the demands of their job, in the same way they are recognized when they do good work. This is done though setting clear and measurable goals/expectations as well as measuring and reviewing results.

HRSS staffs work as a team on the basis of mutual respect and accountability, consultations and collaboration. In our work we seek to understand the views and ideas of others, as well as to recognize the positive contributions of each person, so as to build strong interpersonal relationships within and beyond our organization.

Hope Restoration team treats everyone with respect, hold them in high regard, irrespective of social status, class, age, hierarchy and position in the organization or in the community

Duty of care
our staffs adhere to a standard of reasonable care whilst they perform any act that could potentially cause harm to beneficiaries. Our principle of duty of care is that you have an obligation to avoid acts or omissions, which could be reasonably foreseen to injure or harm beneficiaries through anticipating risks

Integrity guides the work we do fostering a positive workplace culture, one where there is open communication, good decision making and a strong moral compass guiding all decisions and actions.

We encourage employees to participate effectively in decision making, and strengthen their level of influence to all existing structures. We find it important to enact and develop Participation in decision making policies and procedures that are aligned to Labor Relations Act.