Our Vision, Mission & Core Values

Our Vision, Mission & Core Values

PAHSTA Vision: 

A holistically empowered and  God-fearing society

Mission Statement:

PAHSTA exist to contribute to healthy and empowered communities through capacity building and strategic partnerships

PAHSTA Core Values:

Stewardship; Mutual Respect; Compassion; Inclusiveness; Teamwork and Professionalism

Organisation Quality Standards: Behaviours; Impartiality and Targeting; Accountability; Gender; Empowerment; Resilience; Protection; and Technical Quality

Organisation Mandate: Delivery of acceptable social and economic enhancing services, to the expectation of the rights holders and other stakeholders.

Organisation’s Core Thematic Areas of Interventions

Right from its inception, the Organisation, using participatory approaches to holistic transformation, has been active in all its core intervention areas:

  1. Household Agriculture Livelihoods, Climate Change Adaptation, and enterprise diversification
  2. Child Rights, Protection, and Education;
  3. Humanitarian Emergency and Stabilization in response to Disaster;
  4. Primary Health Care
  5. Conflict Transformation, and protection of Fundamental Human Rights;
  6. Good Governance, and Social Accountability

Cross cutting issues mainstreamed in all projects: Gender equitable inclusion and participation; Climate Sensitivity and Environmental Management; Child Protection, and Safeguarding, HIV/AIDS, and WATSAN.

Target Communities

PAHSTA interventions primarily target the more at-risk communities in society: children, youth, women, the terminally sick, widows and widowers, OVCs, PWD; displaced and resettling persons.

Implementation Partners

PAHSTA exists to supplement government efforts and works with all stakeholders:

  1. District and Sub County technical leaders who provide policy guidance, participate in project design, implementation, co-ordination through sector working groups; monitoring and evaluation.
  2. Political leaders who support and popularize project interventions, as well as participate in mobilizing community action.
  3. Community structures, and members of the general community, who participate right from providing information during community assessments, baseline surveys, project design, identification of beneficiaries; and during implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
  4. Non-state development actors, including National and International NGOs; CSOs, the private sector, entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders, with whom we collaborate and co-ordinate with; share information, implementation, expertise, joint lobbying and advocacy