GIT’s Values and Philosophy. GIT adopts pertinent and feasible strategies designed and materialized from its very background of prior founding experience, its own working experience among the rural population and the very stimulating need emerged from its working areas, it adopts best practices condignly for sustainable and long term solutions. The strategies are germane and requisite in for the culmination of its objectives come true as designed and visualized and towards the success of its thematic interventions, activities and projects. They are:
GIT believes that it will be an ineffaceable iniquity if we don’t extend a hand of support to save our Mother Earth.
GIT believes that every effort should be people-centered so as conservation, the social processes – People, the Heart of Action.
GIT believes that Human Heritages, Rights and Diversities should be valued with utmost importance.
GIT believes that Community-Centered, Owned and Operated action will undoubtedly last long towards sustainability.
GIT believes that every conservation
and social action should be collective and participatory exertion of
CBOs, NGOs, NPOs, GA&Ds and Individuals.