This program identifies in rural or suburban communities those individuals with a strong desire to serve their communities, supports them with a educational system including a conceptual framework of development as well as seed funding, finally helps them to establish community-based organizations dedicated to balanced development of their local community.
The EAP is designed to raise the capacity of rural women by empowering them to contribute to sustainable socioeconomic development in their own communities. It aims to strengthen participating women’s self-confidence and develop their capacity for collective decision making through the study of a series of texts, while at the same time assisting them to understand scientific principles and concepts related to agricultural production and environmental protection.
The METL program is designed to build intellectual and moral capabilities in junior youth aged 12-15 and empower them to become promoters of the well-being of their local communities. The core of the program is a series of texts designed for junior youth aged 12-15, which include stories about junior youth from different parts of the world. This program aims to deepen junior youth’s understanding of moral concepts so that they may be able to choose the appropriate attitude and approach to life, and be of service to humanity.