Guiding Principles

ERFA’s development work ensures lives are changed through an empowered education and we are committed to:

> giving priority to programs which engage with the most vulnerable, marginalised and exploited.

> a partnership approach to development characterised by integrity and transparency.

> continuing to provide innovative, meaningful ways to connect our supporters with our work to facilitate a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities; and to engage and motivate them to be a force for positive change.

> partnering with local communities to identify, plan, deliver, monitor and evaluate development programs that are inclusive and empowering and that, over time, will result in sustainable local management and autonomy.

> being inclusive and offering support in a spirit of human solidarity regardless of race, gender, religious or political beliefs.

> promoting and advocating children’s rights and participation, gender equality and equity and empowerment of people with disability.

> promoting and advocating sustainable living and prudent use of earth’s resources.

> financial transparency and an effective and efficient use of supporter funds; investing in the expertise and skills of our staff; and an efficient and well run organisation.

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Best Foot Forward 2021

We’re asking for your help so that SHE can put HER best foot forward.

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, violence against women and girls has intensified.

The opportunity to gain education and skills is the key to HER long-term empowerment.

Our goal is to raise $150,000 in 24 hours on the 12th November 2021, so that disadvantaged women and girls can have access to opportunity through education.

Learn more by visiting www.bestfootforward.org.au