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Our Methodology

6 Pillars


  • The basic physical and structural facilities needed for the operation of a society or enterprise​

  • A key indicator of a developing/developed country and society

  • This includes tangible items and resources of a community, such as roads, wells, buildings and businesses


  • The state of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money​

  • We typically define a nation's economy based on 3 factors: Industry, Services and Agriculture

  • When we understand the percentage of how the economy of the nation is being structured, we would know what are some of the gaps and therefore the opportunities present


  • Education is the social institution through which society provides its members with important knowledge, including basic facts, job skills, and cultural norms values

  • It informs us and forms the context of the economic structure - What are the outcomes of these skill sets we are teaching

Community Leadership

  • Members of the community that holds a considerable amount of influence within the network/s; with or without a position of power

  • Alludes to people of influence - people with significant influence over the community, people in positions of power, political influencers, etc.

  • What are the practices they utilise to lead the community?

Social Justice

  • Many of the problems that the community face boils down to how we treat each other - particularly the vulnerable. "The test of a civilisation is the way that it cares for its helpless members." - Pearl S. Buck

  • In every community you are serving, how are they treating the vulnerable?

Culture & Spirituality

  • Every society is complex and unique

  • Culture & Spirituality outlines the rules of engagement for any community to operate cohesively - a set of beliefs that are based on societal expectations

  • Learning and understanding the history of one's culture and beliefs, helps us to better appreciate their behaviours without being blind-sided by it

  • The specificity and nuance of culture helps us better understand what we are dealing with, helps us get to the root issue of things.