Empathy and nondiscrimination: Women and girls with visual impairment are not means of pity, and they are also equal contributing members of society. Understanding their needs, challenges, and aspiration, being in their shoes, and reducing discrimination based on gender and visual impairment can lead to a dignified life for our target group.
Accessibility and meaningful participation: Prayatna Nepal believes accessibility is a precondition of the empowerment and inclusion of women with visual impairment. Therefore, accessibility must be ensured in structure, service, and information, which in the end, break the barriers and thereby ensure meaningful participation.
Creativity and innovation: Prayatna Nepal is not legally different than many other NGOs. However, we strive to become different than others by promoting creativity and innovation in our program design and implementation modality. We may do the same thing more creatively and differently.
Respect and acceptance of human Diversity: We believe disability is nothing other than human diversity, and it should be accepted by a person with a disability and respected by others.
Transparency and Accountability: Prayatna Nepal has a legal and ethical obligation to our constituents and the general public to conduct our activities with accountability and transparency. We shall regularly and openly convey information to the stakeholders about our mission, activities, finances, accomplishments, and decision-making processes.