Community Ownership – Understanding each community as an unique and diverse entity and strengthen communities to see their challenges and find their own solutions.
Inclusivity -Strengthening communities to reach out and integrate the disadvantaged amongst them into all their activities and processes.
Transparency -Everyone in TSURO has a good understanding of activities ,plans and budgets of TSURO and feels able to contribute to discussions at whatever level
Accountability -Everyone in TSURO understands their roles and responsibilities to ensure implementation and documentation of activities with proper use of resources and owning the outcomes at all levels
Partners Involvement -Recognizing TSURO’s strengths and limitations, and that we can only play a part. We carefully identify partners to compliment our contributions. Also keeping stakeholders well informed about all what we are doing.
Sustainable Use of resources -Appreciating locally available resources we promote combining indigenous knowledge with appropriate knowledge from elsewhere and ongoing local knowledge development and sharing through experimentation, towards ecologically healthy and productive landscapes.
Respect – Respecting peoples’ choices in relation to values, religion, political affiliation and mindset while continuously sharing thought provoking information
Justice – Promoting a clear and evolving policy framework at all levels and enabling different groups to play their role in promoting fairness, equal rights and discipline
Unity – Believe that communities gain strength and power through working together in a non-partisan approach.