1.We are committed to prevent violence against women/girls and empower them socially, political, educationally, healthily and economically, and to removing any barriers that prevent female full participation in different aspects.
2. We believe in full and inclusive participation by all and that every person, man, women or community has the right and responsibility to contribute their talents, skills and resources to the work we do, for and with them.
3.We are committed to promote full and equal access to social services, education, legal and health-care services, economic opportunities and decent work, for all Tanzanians, specially marginalized women and girls. As well as ensure their participation in the elaboration and implementation of policies that effect their development, with full respect for their cultures, traditions and social norms.
4.We believe that community participation is an essential part of the process of ending violence against women/girls and community development. Therefore we consider participatory approaches as critical instruments of our initiatives.
5.We are committed to work with marginalized groups of women and girls, improve their lives, alleviate their suffering and develop a vision for change that will make a meaningful difference in their lives.
6.We consider partnership as one of our key organizing principle; we are, therefore, committed to developing, maintaining and nurturing partnerships, including alliance and linkages- with institutions and individuals who identify our vision and mission.