• Mycetoma amputees and disabled persons, particularly youth and women, are qualified with productive skills and supported to confront the social, psychological, and economic consequences of disability and are self-reliant on earning sufficient income.
  • Established satellite centres at endemic regions.
  • Reduce poverty, illiteracy and stigma.
  • Increase public awareness about the mycetoma other NTDs.
  • Funds generation to support other mycetoma patients treatment and re-habituation
  • Share best practices with the WHO, UNDP, UNICEF, and others to implement such experience in other endemic countries.