A poverty free society which enables all citizens enjoy good standard of living with equal rights and social justice.
- Create awareness about human rights and the law, build the capacities of citizens to assert their rights and access social justice and engage in campaign against social injustice.
- Support the capacity building of community institutions to promote development philosophy that has long-term sustainability according to their terms
- Enables citizens to increase income, reduce poverty, and have access to basic social services and support livelihood activities including climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Simli AiD is a local Ghanaian NGO committed to the eradication of poverty in the northern region through the promotion of human rights and social justice, assisting poor people to assert their rights and access justice and developing the capacity of marginalised people to mobilise themselves for change. It was established in 2002 to design and implement programmes that will meet the spirit of the mission with the core result of poverty reduction. The main activities include the use of The Regenerated Frereian Literacy Empowerment through Community Techniques (REFLECT) model as the mobilising tool. The REFLECT is used to launch other activities including human rights advocacy (Para-legal extension), micro-finance, social drama and radio programmes, these programmes exist across seven districts of the northern region (Tamale, Gusheigu, Tolon Kumbungu, Savelugu Nanton, Karaga, Yendi and Zabzugu Tatale) and has grown to cover about 75 communities.