Operational Strategies

MAHSRA’s works are geared at effective realization and high impact results therefore projecting our functional strategies basically on institutional standards.

We strive for best practices, distinctive and more outstanding achievements, by so doing, we carry out continuous research even during a project implementation process to test the best strategies and activities that will suite our program’s immediate objectives for maximum outputs and very high impact achievements.

We use several tactical approaches during our project implementation schemes including these and more major ones listed below, depending on the operation sector and desired outcomes:

  1. Major Human Rights Strategy

  • Evidence based monitoring, human rights defenders’ security, advocacy and rights based empowerment for the vulnerable, the marginalized and the minority groups and persons in the society, with a major lead of the “Do no harm principle”.
  1. Major Democracy Strategy

  • Targeted local, national and international level policy influence over institutional and organizational reformation of a country’s basic build up local government and political units, and socio-cultural gatherings.
  1. Major Health Strategy

  • Assessment of primary health care issues and needs, and provision sustainable psychosocial and material assistance the most needy persons, health institutions and communities in line with other needs and standards subjected to the integral part of the national health system.
  1. Major HIV/AIDS Strategy

  • Assessment of psychosocial health degrading factors and implementation of institutional programs such factors through pragmatic mind frame changing campaigns, local and community level policy influence and customary or habitual/attitude readjustment in favour for PLWHAs.
  1. Major Gender Equality Strategy

  • Innovative approaches for gender equity considerations and rights based empowerment of women, through youths and men lead psychological acceptance in fostering full and equal participation of all genders in governance, economy and other sustainable development practices.
  1. Major Social Development Strategy

  • Assessment of inequality setbacks between advantaged and less advantageous populations and the contribution of technical and pragmatic material, psychological and policy orientation support for mitigating such inequalities.
  1. Major Humanitarian Assistance Strategy

  • Assessment of situational priority needs and solicitation of humanitarian aid that meets the exact situational needs of affected persons, populations and communities, meanwhile combating wastes, and fostering reallocation of aid towards other pressing humanitarian aid needs.
  1. Major Youths and Children Strategy

  • Emancipation and empowerment of the youths in the auto-responsive mind frame and awareness of self-sustained responsibilities towards one’s aspired self-attained progress and future, and that considers individual as well as group youthful commitments in defending and advancing sustainable development practices.
  1. Major Peace & Conflict Management Strategy

  • The instilment of auto-responsive humane values within individuals, groups and communities that considers individual reflections on the long-term benefits of mutuality and peaceful coexistences, as well as, in consideration of all positive conflict management approaches for mitigating hatred, anger, egoism, greed and corruption.
  1. Major Sustainable Development Strategy

  • The promotion of the advancement of the sustainable development goals through sustainable environmental and human wellbeing actions, plans, and impact evaluation for consistent and persistent improvements.
  1. Major Technological Involvement Strategy

  • Development and implementation of psychosocial and psycho-interactively safe Information and Communication (IT) pathways with capabilities of direct solutions to very vulnerable persons, populations and institutions.
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