Promoting the concept of “united collaboration, together building a harmonious home” to achieve sustainable development.
Through participatory work methods, to strengthen community abilities, and to promote the community's harmonious development.
2005 – 2007, Design, display, and dissemination of a reproducible mechanism for NGOs to participate in government-funded rural poverty alleviation planning and management
2008 – 2010, Pilot Post-Disaster Livelihood Recovery Plan, including the function of NGOs in government services
2009 – 2012, Advocacy for the government to turn rural poverty alleviation services to local non-profits, utilizing funding from community-managed development funds
2011 – 2014, Community-based rangeland management strategy plan for every government to decrease poverty and develop agriculture
2011 – 2014, Training and capacity building for new non-profit and community organizations
2006, Rural Community Development Project Management
2011, Participatory Project Evaluation Practice Guide
2011, “Strengthening Community Collective Behavior through Community-managed Development Funds”, paper published in the 13th International Conference of the Association for the Commons
2011, China Rural Environment Protection and Poverty Relief
Ford Foundation, Asia Foundation, Partnership for Community Development, Foreign Capital Project Management Center of the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, International Poverty Reduction Center in China
Foreign Capital Project Management Center of the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, International Poverty Reduction Center in China, Sichuan School of Social Sciences, County-level Povery Alleviation Bureaux
We advocate these institutional and professional values: “Poverty Alleviation and Development” (Field Professional Development Direction), “If You Do Something, Achieve Something” (Responsible Attitude), "Aim to Solve Concrete Problems in Villages” (Style), "Do More with Less Controversy, Do Not Seek Instant Success" (Principle)