Our Values

Our Values

  • Enhance the value format of the initiator
    starting from self, and of belonging to the social environment and its institutions as a citizen with rights and duties, through marketing and practice of citizenship concepts, community leadership and peace-building with an emphasis on faith in the ability of every initiator to innovate and invest all options to interact with everyone and improve the quality of life, upping the initiative in work, empowerment of achievement and commitment to those values ​​and concepts.
  • Share resources and exchanging knowledge,
    the sharing of resources and the exchange of knowledge among the members can provide community-based initiatives that help meet the needs of their local communities in more professional ways, buildingupon the impact of initiatives, each upon another which enhances the sustainability and builds positive awareness resulting from the practice and reflecting them on  a national level.
  • Diversity,
    we are working to respect the differences that exist in our societies, and the monitoring of richness found in our different local identities, races and religions to formulate such cultural diversity of the country.
  • Diverse
    learning and joint achievement, respecting the freedoms of others is one of the most important success factors of Mobaderoon, by respecting the positive values ​​of our communities and public morality, far from any political orientation, religious or ethnic, thus contributing to the building of a safe common interaction platform based on trust and common understanding of their identities, which everyone knows and interacts through their experiences, knowledge, learning and the joint achievement of local challenges, while ensuring ownership of their ideas and their interventions in communities and reverse the impact at  a national level.
  • Part of all,
    Mobaderoon reliesoncooperation with allorganizations working inthe field of developmentandparticipatoryprocesswithactivistsand communitydevelopmentwork,personally andinstitutionally