Basic human rights
Basic human rights are, in effect, built on basic human needs. The most basic human needs MUST be met in order for any development to take place and this is what society needs to prioritise. Working together in solidarity is what it takes to make this possible. We all need clean water, sustainable energy, food security, safe homes and of course health and education. Some communities just have to work harder to get them. Yennenga Progress wants to support them in doing this according to their own expressed priorities.